ide the "fast and flat" alluvial plains of the Mississippi Delta!

The Money Road Cycling Club and the Greenwood-Leflore County Chamber of Commerce will host the 9th annual Bikes, Blues & Bayous bicycle tour on Saturday, August 6, 2016. There will be a 62 mile "Metric Century", 46, 20 and 11 mile route. The rides will begin at 7am on Front Street in historic downtown Greenwood, Mississippi, the primary filming location of 2011's Oscar-winning movie, THE HELP.

2016 FINAL TOTAL - 947

The final tally of 947 riders set a new record. Thanks to your participation, BBB is Mississippi’s Largest Ride!

NEXT YEAR'S RIDE - August 5, 2017

We will continue scheduling BBB on the first Saturday in August. Save the date for our 10th anniversary!

2016 BBB Jersey

All profits from the sale are donated to the Gary Holdiness Cycling Fund for cycling safety projects on the Natchez Trace Parkway. A record 170 jerseys were sold, so the donation will be approximately $5,000! The final number will be announced when all calculations are made.

2016 TREK Bike Raffle

The women's winner was Darla Harb of Little Rock, AR and the men's winner was Hunter Stuckey of New Smyrna Beach, FL. Congratulations to both and a big THANKS to Tom Martin and The Bike Rack for underwriting the Trek bike prizes.

Check out the video below for a 90 second preview for the 2016 event.

Facebook Updates

Click on the FB link at left to get the latest info on our event.

Registration fee includes...

Dri-fit T shirt (Men's crew or Ladies cut) ---Camelbak Podium water bottle---Socks by Sock Guy---Post-ride BBQ, beer, chocolate milk, soft drinks --- Live Blues music

Ride routes feature...

6 rest stops (incl."legendary" Minter City church) --- 5 SAG vehicles --- 2 Bike mechanics from The Bike Rack of Jackson, MS --- Law enforcement at major intersections --- AMTA Sports Massage Team (post-ride)

"A rider's view of 2015 BBB event" by Paul Ingram

Hear what cyclists are saying about BBB in video below.

BBB continues support for Gary Holdiness Cycling Fund!

We are continuing our financial support of the Gary Holdiness Cycling Fund in 2016. The fund was established in 2012 in memory of Dr. Gary Holdiness, our friend and fellow cyclist from Kosciusko, Mississippi, who was tragically struck and killed by a motorist while cycling on the Natchez Trace Parkway. The fund’s mission is to promote a safer cycling experience on the Trace, one of the world’s premier bike routes. All of the profits from sale of the2016 BBB CYCLING JERSEY will be donated to Dr. Gary's fund. Last year's jersey profits of $4,497 were given to the fund thanks to your purchases. You can go to the REGISTER link at left to the 2016 jersey for $79.95, plus tax, and sign up for the ride, too.

Mississippi's Largest Bike Ride!

882 riders in 2015

2015 Bike Raffle Winners

Jackie Blue & Craig Hatter