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Rides & Routes

Friday Pelican Ride (Intermediate)

Head downriver along scenic bayous to the commercial fishing, shrimping and oyster ports at Delacroix and Hopedale. Lunch at Shell Beach with a view of the St Bernard Katrina Memorial and Fort Proctor.


Approximately 3 hours riding time. Lunch stop. Mainly 40-50 mph, some faster spots. 125 cc or above recommended


Friday Poker Run (City Ride)

Like city rides? Like cold hard cash? Join our Poker Run for $5, and you'll get a great ride, plus three chances to win the pool! Guided option with lunch afterward, or do it on your own at your own pace


City ride, all displacements welcome


Saturday Iron Butt Ride (Extreme)

Enjoy a trip up the Mississippi along Great River Road, dotted with antebellum homes and modern industry. Then onto LA 22, the Southern Swamps Byway, to the northshore of Lake Pontchartrain. We can return either via scenic Old Hwy 51, or the Causeway, the world's longest bridge over water.

Very long, fast ride. Lunch stop. Over 150 cc recommended


Sunday Goodbye Ride (City Ride)

Grab a beignet at Cafe Du Monde, then take a victory lap around New Orleans' beautiful City Park and Lakeshore. We hate to even think of you leaving.


City Ride, approximately 1 hour. All displacements welcome

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Friday Iron Butt Ride (Extreme)

This trip follows three South Louisiana bayous including Bayou Lafourche, once the path of the mighty Mississippi, banked by sugar cane fields, shrimp boats, and ship building! We’ll explore two more bayous, and enjoy lunch in Cocodrie, a spit of land surrounded by marsh near the Gulf.


Very long, fast ride. Lunch stop. Over 150 cc recommended

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Saturday Gator Ride (Long Ride)

Ride to the quaint Cajun town of Bayou Gauche, where alligators often sun on the banks of the bayou. Travel along sugar cane fields, marshland, and moss-draped oaks to Kraemer for lunch. Return via the Mississippi-hugging River Road, past landmark sugar plantations still in use today. This ride has surprises!


Approximately 4.5 hours riding time. Lunch stop. Must be able to maintain 55-60 mph for some segments

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Saturday Francais & Photo Ops (City Ride)

Join us for a city ride through New Orleans’ historic French neighborhoods including the French Quarter, Marigny and Bywater. We’ll swing by the Superdome, Crescent Park, Chalmette National Cemetery, the beautifully preserved Art Deco Lakefront Airport, and many gorgeous murals! After a stop in City Park, we’ll head for some down-home BBQ.


City ride, Lunch stop. All displacements welcome.

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New to group rides?

New Orleans is blessed with world-class potholes, tracks and the odd obstacle, so we ride in a staggered formation for safety. 

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