Ride Ridgeland: Cycling and Recreational Trail Map

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Ridgeland’s Multi-Use Path is and alternate route for cyclists to utilize through the Ridgeland area of the historic Natchez Trace Parkway. The path over 14 miles and travels from Harbor Drive to Rice Road to Highland Colony Parkway near the Natchez Trace Parkway.  Several side trails bring users of the path to schools, shops and businesses. Dowload the map and hop on!

ridgeland_spring2014closed_AwardSeal_311_111A designated Bicycle Friendly Community by the League of American Bicyclists, Ridgeland is also home to the Natchez Trace Century Ride, a scenic bike ride on the beautiful Natchez Trace Parkway. This race offers several distance options (25, 50, 62 or 100) and is perfect for all ages and ability levels.

Any day is a good day for a ride! No matter your skill level, there’s an informal weekday ride for cyclists to join. Looking for something a little more intense? The Mag-Ridge BMX Park hosts races on weekends in the spring!

Ready to get started? Check out Ridgeland’s excellent cycling outfitters!

The Bike Crossing
115 W Jackson St, Suite 1-D
(601) 856-0049

Indian Cycle Fitness
677 S Pear Orchard Road
(601) 899-9755

If you need cycling assistance, water or just a chance to cool off, please stop by the Ridgeland Visitors Center, just off I-55 and Highland Colony Parkway.

Ridgeland Visitors Center
1000 Highland Colony Parkway, Suite 6006
(601) 605-5252

Not near us? For free pick-up, delivery or on-site cycling service, call Revolution Mobile Bicycle Service at (601) 400-4448.

Download our Ride Ridgeland guide here.

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“Last week, my cousin and I had a chance to visit and stay in your city as we made our way north, cycling on the Natchez Trace. Inclement weather forced us to stay an extra day in Ridgeland, this was not a problem. Your city has an excellent cycling infrastructure as well as friendly citizens who were more than willing to help a couple of strangers find their way around. I don’t have to tell you what a nightmare getting on the Trace can be in the mornings, and that the bike / pedestrian path that runs along the Trace was a godsend! Thank you Mr Mayor and the wonderful people of Ridgeland for making our time in your fair city something to remember with fondness. I look foward to staying with y’all on our trip next year!”  - Mark, Alabama