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9th Annual Bricks and Spokes

Saturday, September 29th

When else can you ride across the Old Mississippi River Bridge and Vicksburg National Military Park all in one ride? Only at the 9th Annual Bricks and Spokes Bicycle Ride on Saturday, September 29th ! The bicycle ride will begin in beautiful downtown Vicksburg and will travel the red brick road down to the Old Mississippi River Bridge and then into our National Military Park. Enjoy riding the streets of Mississippi and Louisiana all at the same event! There will be a 10, 30, 50 and 62 mile rides. With those distances there is sure to be something for every cyclists! The route will be fully supported so be sure to stop, refuel, and enjoy the scenery as you travel along the unique Bricks and Spokes route. All types of bicycles are accepted and riders of all ages are invited! Come be part of history in Historic Downtown Vicksburg and follow the brick roads across the Mighty Mississippi River!

Come ride with Lauren Hall & Brad Huff!

Lauren Hall


Member of United Healthcare Pro Cycling Team. Lauren Hall is a professional cyclist and native of Vicksburg, MS. Lauren is a successful cyclist and travels all over the US and Europe to compete in cycling races. This professional athelete has kept her family tradition alive through her cycling abilities. So far this year she has competed in 15 races, traveled 1246 kms, scored 15 points, placed in the top 10 twice and won first place once. http://uhcprocycling.com/womens-team/lauren-hall/

Brad Huff

“Everyday is a test in how much you can handle. Not one moment stands out. My hardest day will be when I have to hang up my wheels, but I'm pretty tough, so I doubt that will happen."

Brad Huff’s career on a bicycle started as a child at Spokes BMX track in Springfield, Missouri. After his first ride down the large start ramp and rolling through the first turn he was hooked for life. After getting “humbled” in high school track and field meets, Huff bought a mountain bike and started commuting to school to build his endurance. Although his running times got a little better, it was the on the bike that Huff excelled. The 2017 season is Huff’s 11th year as professional and he remains one of the fastest sprinters in the domestic peloton. https://rallycycling.com/