More than 70 riders gathered last year as the group traveled a six-mile ride along the Ross Barnett Reservoir. The ride follows flat terrain and is suitable for riders of all ages.
Organizer Conrad Smith said the riders used the time to reflect on the meaning of Easter.
“The Silent Ride is on the day after Good Friday and the day before Easter to give us an opportunity to appreciate the depth of Jesus’ love for us,” he said. “We also feel some of the despair the disciples must have felt before the glory of Easter morning.