Natchez Trace Custom Bike Tour

Natchez Trace Custom Bike Tour


Biking the Natchez Trace is a cyclist’s dream come true, and is the reason why we do it ten times a year. The roads are in fabulous condition and only the northern end has any hills to speak of. The distances are modest and although there are a few days where the mileage may seem overwhelming, the support van is always there to provide a lift. The road is well marked with 442 roadside mileage markers making it almost impossible to get lost. This tour can be designed to be a four to nine day tour.

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Tour Highlights

  • Cuyahoga National Park Amish country
  • Traffic free riding trails
  • Underground Railroad history
  • Bridge of Dreams covered bridge Little Miami State Park


Rider Level

Tailored to Intermediate

Minimum Group Size

6 guests


482 Miles; 17,181 feet of elevation


Fly in to the Nashville Airport and out of the Jackson Airport


All meals are included apart from one dinner in Ridgeland


All lodging is included

  • All lodging
  • Transfers to and from the airport
  • All breakfasts, 6 dinners and picnic lunches on riding days
  • Cocktail social hours on the 1st evening of each tour
  • Van support
  • Maps
  • GPS mapping
  • Mechanic
  • 2 or more experienced guides
Not Included
  • Airfare.
  • Souvenirs.
  • Meals on days off
  • 12% gratuity for guides, mechanics, volunteers, and tour staff is not included, but greatly appreciated
Suggested Travel Months

April, May, June, September, October, November


Aug 24-30, 2023 ( Thurs – Wed)

Sept 1-7, 2023 (Fri- Thurs)

6 Days | 6 Nights


Starts at
  • Single Room - $700
  • RENTAL BIKES: Road Bike - $195 | eBike - $375
Warm and dry in winter. Book this tour now!

sample Itinerary

Day 1

Dinner, Orientation and Social hour.

Day 2 - Northern Terminus; Bellevue, TN to Hohenwald, TN

Rolling Hills of TN and our highest elevation of the week at just over 1000 feet above sea level. Spectacular riding and farmland. Birdsong Hollow – Double Arch bridge – Gordon House Historic site – Fall Hollow Waterfalls.

62 miles

Day 3 - Hohenwald, TN to Florence, AL

Flat and some small rolling hills. Highlights include Meriwether Lewis Burial grounds, Sunken Trace, Historic downtown Florence district, Muscle Shoals recording studio, Trail of Tears memorial wall.

66 miles

Day 4 - Florence, AL to Tupelo, MS

Highlights include: Tennessee River crossing, Tenn-Tom Waterway, Numerous Trace historic markers, Tupelo Hardware Store where Elvis Presley bought his first guitar. It is a colorful retail establishment often with guest appearances by Elvis impersonators.

Up to 80 miles

Day 5 - Tupelo, MS to French Camp, MS

Gently rolling and flat roads in a very Rural area. Highlights include: Bynum Mounds, Chickasaw Agency, Historic French Camp Academy, a private Christian-based school that operates within the Village and our layover for the evening. This quaint, but nicely decorated B&B and log cabins, are maintained and operated by students and the school staff.

Up to 86 miles

Day 6 - French Camp, MS to Ridgeland, MS

Generally flat road in a very rural area. Highlights include: The Kosciusko Welcome and Visitors Center, which includes a well-done summary of local history and current day events and offerings, The upper Choctaw Boundary, Cypress Swamp, and Bike Trails into Ridgeland with upscale shops and fine dining.

Up to 80 miles

Day 7 - Ridgeland, MS to Port Gibson, MS

Gently rolling hills. A strong rider may opt to ride the hilly terrain in Vicksburg Battlefield. Highlights include: numerous Civil War markers, The Sunken Trace, Vicksburg Battlefield with guided NPS guide, local history and presentation by our innkeeper.

Up to 76 miles

Day 8 - Port Gibson, MS to Natchez, MS

Flat and gently rolling roads. Highlights include: Emerald Indian Mounds, Lunch overlooking the Mississippi River.

Up to 37 miles

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