ST. LOUIS (KSDK) - St. Louis police and Missouri Highway Patrol officers arrested more than 55 people during the Ride of the Century, according to a department spokesperson.
St. Louis police arrested more than 47, while the Highway Patrol made 12 arrests.
The most arrests came Thursday as St. Louis police arrested 23 for careless and reckless driving for the four-day event. Police also towed 58 motorcycles during the event, including 25 Sunday.
Highway Patrol's arrests mostly came from no driver's license, warrants or drugs. They also had 20 motorcycles towed.
Police also made arrests for first-degree tampering, no plates, registration or insurance and other various traffic charges during the weekend.