Natchez Trace Century Ride

 

 

 

 

 

The Natchez Trace Century Ride is quickly becoming the largest spring cycling event in Mississippi. Over 700 cyclists each year have jump started their cycling season while discovering our small town charm and hospitality and pedaling on stretches of national scenic byway. This ride starts and ends in Ridgeland and provides an experience for riders of all ages and abilities.

Spring brings warmer temperatures in Mississippi…the glimmering waters and abundant wildlife around the Ross Barnett Reservoir will enhance the journey. Countryside stretches in Madison County steady the pedals for reflection, and around town spins delight with discovery of each place.

With your choice of distances from 8, 25, 50, 62, 67 and 100 miles with mild to moderate elevation, it is a great ride to find your stride and other specialties along the route. There will be “energizer” stops, food and hands-on fun every 10-15 miles.

Registration to attend, defer or transfer the ride will be September 14th.
Registration is $45.00.
The ride is restricted to the first 500 people

There will not be a “Rockin’ After the Ride” party this year but, we will still be giving away a bike to one lucky participant. The winner will be announced before the ride begins at 7:00 a.m.

The Natchez Trace Century Ride will take place on Saturday, October 10 at 7:00 a.m., and will start at the Ridgeland Recreational Center.

Click here for the USAC waiver/event form

Please return the waiver via fax 601.853.2015 / email to Wendy Bourdin at Wendy.Bourdin@ridgelandms.org / or mail it to our office at Ridgeland Recreation & Parks – P.O. Box 217, Ridgeland, MS 39158 –
no later than October 2, 2020.

 The Natchez Trace Century Ride is an event of Ridgeland Recreation & Parks.

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67 and 100 mile riders  will have a mass start at 7:00 a.m
50 and 62 mile riders will begin at 7:15 am
8 and 25 mile riders will begin at 7:30 am
No one will be permitted to start after 7:30 a.m.

Rest stops with refreshments will be available approximately every 10-18 miles.

The course will be shut down at 3:00 p.m. and all remaining riders will be sagged.

*Employees of Ridgeland Tourism Commission, City of Ridgeland or Bicycle Revolution not eligible to win.

Be sure to save the date for next years ride – it will be May 1st, 2021!