May 22-26, 2018

Make this Memorial Day EPIC

Imagine riding your bike through the scenic countryside of the historic Natchez Trace, side-by-side with our veterans and wounded warriors, while honoring the service, sacrifice, and life of those we lost. Each of the  444-miles dedicated in honor and memory of those lost in service to our country. No matter if you're riding the Epic 444 or the Memorial Mile Century, together we can help heal the wounds of war and honor the fallen with each and every pedal stroke.

Why we ride

We ride for our active duty, for our injured, for our fallen, and for their families.

We ride to help heal the visible and invisible wounds of war.

We ride to say, "Thank YouWe appreciate youWe remember."


Our fallen heroes and the families they leave behind.


The visible and invisible wounds of war for veterans and surviving family members.


Veterans, surviving family members, and civilians through endurance sports & fitness.

Medals of Honor - Tour de Natchez Trace

The Tour De Natchez Trace is a premier opportunity to bike the Natchez Trace Parkway from end to end with a dedicated support crew. We handle all the details from ground transportation to hotels.

All you have to do is sign up, raise the set fundraising goal, get on your bike and ride, enjoying the concierge benefits of massage therapists, professional bike mechanics, and food meant to fuel an athlete completing four consecutive century rides.

This event benefits veterans and families of the fallen through Medals of Honor.


Medals of Honor is proud to be the new nonprofit beneficiary of the Tour de Natchez Trace.

We are excited to have Aegis Science Corporation staying on as the presenting sponsor along with the same incredible Tour support crew you have come to know and love. Endurance sports (as a mean of honoring and healing) is what we do, and we're super excited to ride with you all in 2018 and beyond.

Registration opens soon...

Please join us in honoring the sacrifice of our fighting men and women and help heal the visible and invisible wounds of war. #WeRemember