Deep in the woods of northwestern Ridgeland, lies one of the city's best kept secrets: the Ridgeland Mountain Bike Trails.
Professional cyclists and casual bikers alike can explore the winding roads and feel as if they're in a whole different world. The trails contrast heavily against Ridgeland's populous urban, upscale areas located not too far off. The hilly landscaping and unusual rock formation entices visitors to explore every corner and keep coming back for more.
The Ridgeland Mountain Bike Trails feature ten miles of fast single-track and is established by the Tri-County Mountain Bike Association. Visitors can purchase a 2-day pass at the trail head kiosk and drop $3 in the box, or fill out the waiver and pay online!
Not only are the trails used for recreational purpose, they host popular cycling events each year. The McGee Lungbuster Fat Fat Tire Festival is held in October and is for all ages (kids ride free!)
So grab your bike and let loose among the Ridgeland Mountain Bike Trails! Need a bike? Stop by The Bike Crossing located in the Railroad District or Indian Cycle Fitness & Outdoor for a wide selection to choose from!
The Ridgeland Mountain Bike Trails are located at 521 Giles Lane, northwest of Ridgeland, MS.