Established and sponsored by the Gulf Coast Bicycle Club, this Group is for anyone interested in bicycles- from bike riding to bicycle advocacy. If your interests are: On or Off-road riding; Casual, Distance or Racing, you are welcome. We created this group in order to promote individual rides and to give others the opportunity to be involved in these rides. There is also a need to organize to promote bicycle related programs across the Mississippi Gulf Coast. So, who wants to go ride a bike?
While joining the club is encouraged, you can join this Meetup group without being a club member and ride in most every ride. There will be some "club member only" rides and events, but you'll have the opportunity to join the club at that time if you wish to participate.
Ten mile, conversational pace, no-drop bike ride on an easy scenic loop (Gautier Bike Trail). We start at the parking lot kiosk of Delo's Heavenly House of Coffee. Everyone is welcome. We roll out at 8 am, so arrive a few minutes early so you don't get left behind.
Helmet strongly recommended, ride at your own risk
Weather permitting. We will meet near the Hiller Park Basketball courts. Road bikes & helmets are required. This is a 40 mile spin for those that want to add a few miles to their Tato Nut ride. A ride intended for riders who can sustain a pace greater than 15 MPH. We roll from Hiller @ 7:45 located off of Atkinson Rd in Biloxi. The route is up Popps Ferry to North Haven area thru Diberville east on Lemoyne to Gulf Hills. We will meetup with the Tato Nutters by 9 am. Ride with them to GINS & back to Hiller via Ocean Springs/Biloxi Bridge & thru the heart of Biloxi.
This is a casual ride for cyclists of all ages and abilities. We will meet at 8:45 a.m. at the Little Children's Park, located at 400 Washington Ave. (parking lot is at Calhoun St. & Dewey Ave.) in Ocean Springs. The ride rolls at 9:00. From the park, we ride along the front beach from the Ocean Spring bridge to the National Seashore park stopping once along the way to gather up. Then, in the park we stop at the Visitor's Center for water and a restroom break. After that, we return to the park for donuts. The total length is about 17 miles, out and back.
Join us for a no-drop ride through Pascagoula on the second Saturday of every month. We aim to cover at least 15 miles at roughly a 12-14 mph pace. Ride distance and pace may vary depending on participation. Meet-up at 8 am, at Pascagoula's Beach Park, 600 City Park Street. Before returning to Beach Park (and if time permits) we will stop by Crazy B's Coffee and Confections on Market Street. Water is provided free to cyclists and regular menu items are available at a discounted rate. Helmets strongly recommended. Ride at your own risk. Questions? Call or Text Kristi Ducote at[masked]