Calendar

Our calendar of events lists outdoor participatory sports throughout Arkansas. Feel free to search through the categories or tags. There is a lot happening so make your plans today.

 

Apr
4
Thu
Joe Martin Stage Race @ Fayetteville, AR
Apr 4 – Apr 7 all-day
Joe Martin Stage Race @ Fayetteville, AR | Fayetteville | Arkansas | United States

The Joe Martin Stage Race is a 4-day, 4-stage professional men and women’s cycling race along with a 2-day, 3-stage amateur stage race held in early spring each year in Fayetteville, Arkansas.

2019 will mark the 42nd anniversary of the amateur races; 17th anniversary on the USA Cycling Pro Racing Tour (PRT) and 5th year to be on the Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI) America Tour calendar.

The Joe Martin Stage Race is part of both the USAC Pro Racing Tour (PRT) which is the pro and elite amateur cycling tour of USA Cycling and the UCI America Tour. USA Cycling is the national governing body of cycling operating under the United States Olympic Committee. The Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI) is the world governing body for the sport of cycling recognized by the International Olympic Committee (IOC).

Over 750 athletes and teams from 27 countries and all 50 states will be attending the race.

There is also a Gran Fondo event which occurs on May 4th for those who would like to experience part of the same courses as the pros, but who do not want to live life on the edge….for their day job!

Apr
5
Fri
31st Ozark Mountain Bike Festival @ Devils Den State Park
Apr 5 – Apr 6 all-day
31st Ozark Mountain Bike Festival @ Devils Den State Park

For 3-decades, mountain bikers have gathered on the banks of Lee Creek for a weekend celebrating the magical Ozark Mountains and the trail system that started it all… the Fossil Flats Trail.

The 31st Annual Ozark Mountain Bike Festival will be held April 5th and 6th at the birthplace of Arkansas Mountain Biking… Devils Den State Park!

This true family-friendly weekend has something for everyone… from a rowdy big splash competition, hosted group rides, camping, cookouts, and a schedule packed with various shenanigans for riders of all skill levels.

The festival kicks off Friday with the 14th Annual Devils Den State Park NIGHT Ride and the only time of the year the trail officially stays open after dark.

Saturday features a ton of fun highlighted by the White Squirrel Rides – a full day and variety of mountain bike group rides for all ages and skill levels presented by the Ozark Off-Road Cyclists.

Plus, our friends at BikeNWA will be hosting Strider Bikes races for riders 6 and under.

You don’t want to miss the wildly popular “Cannonball” Big Splash contest, paddle boat races, and the 31st Annual Ozark Mountain Bike Festival Cookout on Saturday evening.

We’ll post a full schedule of events soon.

While the 31st Annual Ozark Mountain Bike Festival is FREE to attend if you plan on staying the weekend (and you should) campgrounds can be purchased at Devils Den State Park by calling 479-761-3325.

Apr
6
Sat
Ark-La-Tex Challenge @ Liberty-Eylau High School
Apr 6 all-day
The Ark-La-Tex Challenge offers both novice and experienced cyclists a ride unlike many others. This ride will allow you to ride through three states in one ride. We offer five different distances to accommodate different cyclist levels. 35 Miles into the 70 mile route you will arrive at 3 states and get to take a victory photo standing in Arkansas, Texas, and Louisiana! Just the motivation you need half way through! 
 
Route Lengths
 
70 Miles – Ark-La-Tex Challenge
52 Miles – Texas/Arkansas Loop
46 Miles – Arkansas/Texas Out and Back
35 Miles – Ark-La-Tex with Non-Supported Return
22 Miles – Arkansas/ Texas Challenge out and back
.5 Miles – Kids Ride/ Look Ma No Hands! (10 and under)
0 Miles – Spirit Rider to support the cause
Additionally, we will have a bounce houses, popcorn machine, Kids activity area, and other fun kids activities post ride! So BRING OUT YOUR KIDDOS!
 
RIDE is SAG Supported 
Special thanks to Home Depot for providing SAG Support.
Arkansas Wine Country 100 Cycling Tour 2019 @ Post Familie Winery
Apr 6 @ 8:00 am – 4:00 pm
Arkansas Wine Country 100 Cycling Tour 2019 @ Post Familie Winery | Altus | Arkansas | United States

Ride thru scenic hilly Arkansas Wine Country along the Arkansas River Valley while supporting Arkansas Children’s Hospital.  Choose from  17 mile, 35 mile, 100K, 80 mile, or 100-mile tours which all begin & end at Post Familie Winery.  The 100 mile, 80 mile, and 100k routes cross the Arkansas River over the Scranton Bridge to Paris and back over the Ozark Bridge finishing by going up Saint Mary’s Mountain from the north to the Winery.  Registrants by March 27 will be guaranteed a 2018 dry fit tee.  This year the tour is part of the Wine, Wheels, & Wellness Festival hosted by Post Familie Winery which will be serving a farm to table luncheon menu for purchase.  Other activities will include Music and Yoga & Zumba in the Vineyard with Sole 2 Soul of Russellville, AR. Rest stops will include Elete Electrolytes again this year. Sag wagons are provided by Carr’s Chain Reaction of Russellville and Lewis & Clark of Rogers. Sponsored by AR River Valley Circle of Friends for Arkansas Children’s Hospital

Event details and schedule

* This is a rain or shine event, online price is $45 & closes April 2 at 11:59 pm PST
* Registration begins at 7:00 AM April 6 & price is $50
* The 100 mile tour begins at 8:00 AM SHARP
* Followed by the 80 & 100k at 8:45 AM,  then 35 & 17 at 9:15 AM
* 2013 Bandanas, 2015 – 2018 Tees are for sale at the event and additional tees can be ordered & purchased when registering for $10 each.  Tees ordered by March 26 are guaranteed.

Email direct to amandawdicken@gmail.com for route pdf, hotel & camping info

* Bicycle helmets are required by all riders
* The course will close at 3 PM and after that cyclists will be on their own
* Services provided will include sag wagon, stocked rest stations, and emergency services.

* Farm to Table Luncheon menu by Post Familie Winery will be available for purchase.
* ALL proceeds benefit Arkansas Children’s Hospital.

* When you arrive in Altus, please park your vehicle in the empty lot across from the Winery. Signs will be posted.

*Like us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/Arkansas-Wine-Country-100-201144309920310/

 

Double Barrel Gravel Poker Ride @ Benton County Quail
Apr 6 @ 8:00 am – 4:00 pm
Double Barrel Gravel Poker Ride @ Benton County Quail | Bentonville | Arkansas | United States

What:
Ride your choice of 2 gravel loops of 15, or 67 miles. Start and Finish at the Benton County Quail Barn and pick up poker cards along the way. The routes will be on chunky gravel roads. Have some fun blasting clay pigeons when you return to earn bonus cards! We have awesome prizes for best hand at the end and rumor has it the BCQ will be putting a shotgun in the bounty.
Shoot as much as you like post ride. Stay after the ride for jambalaya, crawfish, local beer and live music.

When:
Saturday, April 6, 2019
Riders meeting at:
8:00am – 67 mile route – unmarked GPS Mandatory, Half way stop at Haven 55 in Pineville MO with refreshments and discounts.
2:00 pm – 15 route – well marked.
Wheels roll 15 min after each rider meeting

Where:
Starts and ends at Benton County Quail.
DIRECTIONS to Benton County Quail (Quail Barn):
From the Bentonville Square go 6 miles West on Central (72). When you pass the water tower get ready to turn right in about a 1/4 mile. You’ll see a brown sign “Benton County Quail”. Turn there. 11674 Arkansas 72, Bentonville, AR 72712

Things to bring:
-Your bike, helmet and whatever you want to ride in.
-Change of clothes for relaxing post ride.
-Friends and lots of them.
-Guns will be provided so please leave yours at home. We’ll have plenty so don’t worry. Thanks to winchester you’ll also shoot for free.
*Mountain bikes or gravel/cross bikes with 35mm or wider tires. If you’re new to riding on dirt then a mountain bike would be best. Give Phat Tire a call to rent a mountain bike. 479-715-6170

Phat Tire, Benton County Quail, Rogue Trails, Ozark Beer Company, Salsa Bicycles and Winchester make this a free event for everyone.

Countryside Ride @ Courthouse Square
Apr 6 @ 8:30 am – 3:00 pm
Countryside Ride @ Courthouse Square  | Marion | Arkansas | United States

The ride will begin at 8:30 AM at the Marion Courthouse Square. There are three routes: 4 mile, 14 mile, and 45 mile along Big River Crossing into Memphis and county roads north of Marion. The entry fee is $40 for adults and $20 for kids 12 and under. Entries received before 3/27/19 will include event t-shirt and lunch. You can call the chamber at 870-739-6041, email madison.marioncoc@outlook.com, or visit marionarchamber.org to register!

Apr
13
Sat
Dirt Church MTB Festival @ The Great Passion Play
Apr 13 @ 8:00 am – Apr 14 @ 10:30 pm
Dirt Church MTB Festival @ The Great Passion Play

The Dirt Church Festival is a family friendly MTB festival weekend. We will have three timed events: cross country, harescramble, and a gravity stage race. We will also have “just for fun” events, inflatables for the kids, lawn games, and food! The cost will be $28 per race or $75 of all three. We will have awards for the top three omnium riders in each category using a point system.

*First 50 racers to register will get a free t-shirt*

Entry includes 1 meal ticket per race day.

RV and tent camping available on property! Contact Kelsie Scott 214-399-9679 to make reservations.

Pedaler’s Bash
Apr 13 @ 9:00 am – 6:00 pm
Pedaler's Bash

45-mile marathon mountain bike race, The Pedaler’s Bash 2019 is Saturday, April 13th. Online registration opens Dec. 31st at noon on Bike Reg. Come one, Come all, 250 racer Cap. Don’t miss out this year. CHEERS!

THERE WONT BE A BETTER PLACE TO BE ON APRIL 13th THAN IN BENTONVILLE, ARKANSAS FOR THE BEST MARATHON MOUNTAIN BIKE RACE IN THE ARKANSAS MARATHON MOUNTAIN BIKE RACE SERIES ( AMBCS.com )

250 RACERS WILL BLAZE THROUGH THE OZARK MOUNTAINS ON A 45 MILE JOURNEY ON SWEET SINGLE TRACK, EXPLORING THE TRAIL SYSTEMS OF SLAUGHTER PEN, BELLA VISTA, BLOWING SPRINGS, AND THE FAMOUS BACK 40.

THE BEST PART OF ANY MARATHON RACE IS THE PARTY!! THE PEDALER’S PUB WILL BE THROWING DOWN WITH FOOD, LIBATIONS, AND BANDS.

Tour de Hills @ Harrison Parks and Rec
Apr 13 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

 

Course Description

The Tour de Hills takes place on the famed “Jasper Disaster” course through North West Arkansas.  Mile for mile, this Ozark route is one of the most difficult in the state, with some 316 turns in 59 miles.  The route is extremely steep, boasting nearly 5,000 feet in elevation gains, and strenuous but very rewarding.

The trade-off:  it’s also one of the most beautiful rides you’ll ever experience, with jaw-dropping views from scenic overlooks and multiple chances for wildlife sightings, include the famous ELK HERD in Boxley Valley.  Beginning Harrison, making a counter clockwise loop, take Scenic Byway 7 south 18 miles to Jasper, Arkansas. From Jasper, travel west on Hwy 74 to Ponca, Arkansas.  Then take Hwy 43 north back to Harrison.

Check out the course on Strava

Aid Stations:

Station # 1: Hwy 7 at Gages Krooked Kreek One Stop (approximately mile 8)

Station # 2:  Mt. Sherman Near Kyle’s Landing access – Cruise up to Mt. Sherman then take in some nutrition (approximately mile 32)

Station # 3 Compton, AR on Hwy 43 at JB Trading Co. – Feel the elevation then take one some fluids!  (approximately mile 42)

Station #4 Hwy 43 & Hwy 206 junction – One last fill up before the finish (approximately mile 53)

On Course Warnings!!

Mile 22 – A recent landslide has the road in disarray!  Expect some gravel and dirt across the highway over a 30 yard stretch.  Crews are working hard to repair the road, but it won’t be back to normal before race day.

Mile 32-ish Steel Creek Area – This is a very dangerous portion of the course.  Tight turns and steep downhill!  We’ve had some wrecks in the past, please be cautious through this stretch!

Packet Pick-up

Pickup on race day morning!  Pick up at the Harrison Youth Center (202 N. Spring St.) beginning at 8:00 am.

Athletes may also register on site between 8:00 am and 9:30 am

We’re kicking around having pickup available on Friday, April 12 as well, details on that TBD.

Swag & Extras

Every participant will receive a t-shirt of course, but not your run-of-the-mill lame race day t-shirt.  Pirate Perry takes great pride in outfitting our athletes with something that doesn’t go strait to the “yard work pile.”  On top of shirts all athletes are invited to the post race feeding frenzy.

On course, we’ll have aid stations stocked with Tailwind,water, snacks and more!

Post Race:  Stick around for lunch on us!

Apr
14
Sun
Bentonville Tweed Ride @ Pedaler’s Pub
Apr 14 @ 2:00 pm – 6:00 pm
Bentonville Tweed Ride @ Pedaler’s Pub

We had a great time hosting this event last year and were blown away with the effort you guys put in to this so we are looking forward to reconnecting with old friends and making some more this year. We will meet at the Pub and take a casual stroll down Main Street giving away cordial waves to our motorist friends. A group photo is obviously called for and then we will make our way down J to Airship Coffee for a nice pick me up or frosty barley pop. After a round, we’ll head back to the Pub for dinner and award some prizes for the best dressed folks! The Pub will be bringing a live band to preform for us as well so work on your Charleston in the time being.

Not only are we happy to don our dandiest duds, this is out take on bicycle advocacy to remind folks that we can all share the roads and we all have families so let’s all be kind.

Apr
19
Fri
Northwoods Full Moon Ride Series @ Northwoods Trails
Apr 19 @ 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm
Northwoods Full Moon Ride Series @ Northwoods Trails | Hot Springs | Arkansas | United States

Wanna howl at the moon with the Northwoods crew? Shred Valkyrie and Blue Jay by the light of the full moon? Well, turns out, you’ll have 10 chances to join us on a monthly FULL MOON GROUP RIDE in the Northwoods.

The ride will be a no drop beginner to an intermediate group ride. The route will depend on the skill level of the participants. We will spend around an hour on the trails. We will meet at the trailhead at 6:00 and begin the ride by 6:30. It will be dark by the time we return to the trailhead.

All riders must have a mountain bike in working order, helmet, front white light, rear red Light, back-up light source, and water to hydrate.

After the ride, we will continue the fun with a little grillin’ and some tunes. Bring a chair! Don’t miss the fun… Come shred with us by the light of the moon!

Sponsored by: Superior Bathhouse Brewery, Spa City Cycling, Parkside Cycle, and Visit Hot Springs!

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Who: All mountain bikers/All skill levels
What: Full Moon Rides
Where: Northwoods, Waterworks Trailhead
When: 5:30 p.m.
How much: FREE
Why: Full moons are awesome and mountain bikes are too.

*Contingent on weather, Follow Northwoods Trails – Hot Springs Trail Conditions group for weather updates leading up to each event!

Full Schedule of Series includes (based on Farmers’ Almanac):
March 20 – Full Worm Moon
April 19 – Full Pink Moon
May 18 – Full Flower Moon
June 17 – Full Strawberry Moon
July 16 – Full Buck Moon
August 15 – Full Sturgeon Moon
September 14 – Full Harvest Moon
October 13 – Full Hunter’s Moon
November 12 – Full Beaver Moon
December 12 – Full Cold Moon

Apr
27
Sat
Country Twitty Bike Ride
Apr 27 @ 9:00 am – 11:00 am
Country Twitty Bike Ride

About this Event

A Part of Delta Roots Country Festival

FEE: $10/person. Students are free.

Registration/Checkin @ 8:30 am.

Ride begins at 9.

There will be a 30 minute rest stop at Storm Creek with refreshments and music.

May
4
Sat
Joe Martin Gran Fondo @ Walker Park
May 4 – May 5 all-day
Joe Martin Gran Fondo @ Walker Park | Fayetteville | Arkansas | United States

What is the Joe Martin Gran Fondo?

The Joe Martin Gran Fondo will consist of five new road courses and two gravel grinder courses.

What are the road courses like in 2019?

  • A 13-mile option.  Lucky 13
  • 25, 55, 66 and 85 mile options
  • See Course Link for more info.

What are the gravel grinder courses like in 2019?

  • A 38 and 44 mile options.
  • See Course Link for more info

What does the registration fee include?

  • Cotton t-shirt
  • Unique, one-of-a-kind finisher medal
  • Post-ride meal and beverages for all participants
  • Fun aid stations on the course
  • Free drawing for prizes
  • Goody bag with LOTS of sponsor’s products and services which include:

Important GRAN FONDO Details

Race Day Packet Pickup & Parking

  • Saturday 6:00am – 7:30am.
  • Start Location – Walker Park, Fayetteville, Arkansas. https://goo.gl/maps/UqjWGUsW5Ez
  • Finish Line – same area as above

Aid Station Information

  • The 55, 65 and 85 courses will have aid stations every 15 miles.
  • The 25 mile course will have one at the half-way point.
  • The Lucky 13…we’ll be waiting with cold beverages at the finish line!
  • Gravel Grinders.  Mid-way points

6th Annual Ride Like a Mountain Man @ Sulphur Creek Outfitters LLC
May 4 @ 8:00 am – 2:00 pm
6th Annual Ride Like a Mountain Man @ Sulphur Creek Outfitters LLC | Heber Springs | Arkansas | United States

The 7th annual Ride Like a Mountain Man happens May 4th, 2019 in conjunction with Springfest in Heber Springs. This road ride evolves every year to meet the challenge and 2018 is no exception with 3 different road routes (asphalt) to choose from to satisfy any age, gender or riding difficulty. . The 55-mile route around Greers Ferry Lake and the 20-mile route through and around Heber Springs are essentially unchanged from the 2017 route. There is an added 10-mile ride for beginners or those just wanting a more laid back ride. All participants including the Spirit Rider receive admission to the spaghetti dinner and kids rodeo and also receive a tee shirt, goody bag with valuable discounts and items. Finishers receive a unique finishers pin/medal. Registration is now open with significant incentive to register early. Register by April 28th to be guaranteed a classic RLAMM tee shirt and receive a discount on the event. Discounts are also available to Seniors (60+), tandem riders, veterans, students and disabled participants. Online registration is quick and easy at https://www.bikereg.com/rlamm or register at Sulphur Creek Outfitters, 625 So 7th, Heber Springs during business hours. Of course, you can download, print and complete the registration form here and mail it with payment to Greers Ferry Lake Trails Council, PO Box 74, Heber Springs, AR 72543.
No refunds.
Visit https://www.bikereg.com/rlamm or Call Jay at 501.250.4099.
The start and finish line is at Sulphur Creek Outfitters, 620 So 7th St, Heber Springs. y  Late registration is available here and packets can be picked up at this event or before 7 a.m. on the day of the ride. No registrations can be made after 7 a.m. on the day of the ride. After the ride, a buffet is available from 10 a.m. til 2 p.m.

Tour de Hoot 25, 60, 100 Mile Ride
May 4 @ 8:00 am – 3:00 pm

Each registered participant will receive a swag bag that will include Tour de Hoot socks. There will be indoor and outdoor camping available, as well as showers after the event.

All proceeds from this event directly support the Boys and Girls Club of McGehee, AR.  The club serves between 110 – 130 children per day during the school year and between 75 – 100 per day during the summer.  The Boys and Girls Club of McGehee offers turoring programs to help members with homework as well as after school snack programs and a summer feeding program to provide kids with hot and healthy meals during the summer.  Through educational programs, community outreach, sports and athletic activities, and feeding programs, The Boys and Girls Club of McGehee reaches well over 800 youth annually.

Tour de Toad 2019 @ Conway Municipal Airport
May 4 @ 11:00 am – 4:00 pm
Tour de Toad 2019 @ Conway Municipal Airport | Conway | Arkansas | United States

The 12th Annual Tour de Toad Charity Bike Ride will be here before you know it! Join us on Saturday, May 4 at 11 am at the Conway Municipal Airport to take part in a fun, family-friendly bike ride!

Tour de Toad is the official cycling event of Toad Suck Daze, and cyclists who complete both Tour de Toad and the 2019 Kiwanis Toad Suck Daze 5k/10k will receive a commemorative IRON TOAD medal!

Choose from 3 routes: the 10-Mile Family Ride ($30/person), the 20-Mile Intermediate Ride($50/person), or the 40-Mile “Feels Like a Half-Century” Ride ($50/person). Please note: the 40-Mile route has plenty of hills, and is guaranteed to provide a great challenge for experienced cyclists just like a normal half-century route!

This year’s ticket prices include an event t-shirt and a sandwich from Whole Hog BBQ in Conway (vegetarian option available). Make sure to register by 11:59 pm on April 12th in order to be guaranteed a t-shirt!

Not a cyclist? Can’t make the day of the event? Register as a Virtual Rider for $25 and receive our event t-shirt as thanks for your support of Tour de Toad and Literacy Action! Please feel free to share and donate to our Crowdrise campaign here: https://www.crowdrise.com/12th-annual-tour-de-toad-and-iron-toad-charity-bike-ride1

All proceeds from Tour de Toad 2019 benefit Literacy Action of Central Arkansas, a registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. Thank you so much for your support of adult literacy in central Arkansas! We look forward to seeing you at Tour de Toad 2019!

May
11
Sat
65 Roses Tour @ Searcy
May 11 @ 8:00 am
65 Roses Tour @ Searcy | Searcy | Arkansas | United States

 

“This was one of the best-supported rides I’ve been on and loved the route. I registered a few days after the deadline and still was able to get a t-shirt (a big deal to most participants).”

“This was not only an excellent course, but the local law enforcement and volunteer involvement were outstanding. I have done many event rides, and this was one of the best. Great job.”
ROUTE MAP LINKS

65 Mile Strava Route 

50 Mile Strava Route

35 Mile Strava Route
Family Fun Ride – 10 Miles:  All riders must wear a helmet.  The kids will have a police bike escort throughout the course and parents are welcome to ride with their children.  T-shirts will be available on a limited basis.  Our young riders will have a rest stop along the route.  Food/Refreshments upon return to Spring Park.  Here is the link for the 10-mile directions: https://goo.gl/COi41F

Please note when you register that your registration fee is a donation to the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation and is not refundable.

In the event of light rain, we will continue as planned.
In the event of heavy rain, we will delay start for one hour.
In the event of lightning or other weather conditions that could be potentially dangerous to our cyclists and/or volunteers, we will postpone one hour. However, if inclement weather persists, the ride will be canceled.

Your registration fee includes an event t-shirt and lunch after the finish!

You may Check-In/Register the day of the event at Spring Park in Searcy before 7:15 am.
Spring Park Map

We are so grateful that you have chosen to participate in our tour. We are working hard to ensure your safety and enjoyment. See you May 13th!

May
18
Sat
Eureka Springs Enduro @ Lake Leatherwood
May 18 – May 19 all-day
Eureka Springs Enduro @ Lake Leatherwood

REGISTER
(OPENS 3.25.19)

The 2019 Eureka Springs Enduro will be a weekend of stoke and action! More fun to come in 2019 with a fresh urban stage starting at the Crescent Hotel! This enduro is happening on May 18-19th, 2019. We’ll utilize the new trails at Passion Play, DH trails at Lake Leatherwood, some brand new lines created for the event, and a downtown urban stage!

Entry Includes:

  • Full supported race over two days with 10-12 unique stages.
  • The Urban stage. Truly a unique experience. Ride the first of its kind!
  • Two racer meals compliments of Cycle OG.
  • Full mechanical support thanks to Phat Tire Bike Shop.
  • Medical support during the race and dedicated practice times.
  • Race day shuttle for amateur racers (pro and EWS classes will only get 1 shuttle.
  • Hydration support and riders lounge thanks to Monster Energy.
  • A timing system for instant results and 100th of a second accuracy.
  • Professionally marked course with arrows and tape.
  • Cold adult beverages in marked areas. 21+ only.
  • AID stations and lunch mid-race both days.
  • Over $5000 in cash and prizes.
  • Professional awards ceremony.
  • Music and festivities
  • AES event swag.

FULL FACE AND KNEE PADS MANDATORY

Full face and knee pads are mandatory at this event. No exceptions. We highly suggest elbow pads as well. Phat Tire and Mojo Cycling have full faces in stock. Mojo is offering registered riders 10% off a full face and knee pads. Phat Tire will also have full faces for sale on site. Riding within your limit is essential.

Raptor Cycling Relay @ Fayetteville
May 18 @ 6:30 am – 10:00 pm

Race Across Peaks of The Ozarks Cycling Relay aka the R.A.P.T.O.R.

The event consists of 4-person relay, 2-person relay and Solo divisions based upon a four-criteria handicapping system…USA Cycling road category, Age, Gender, and Weight. You are going to geek out on the combinations to put the best team on the course.

Registration is now open and for this first year, we want to offer you and your mates a discount (codes expire on January 31):
• 4-person is $100 off, use code – “4personcoupon”
• 2-person is $50 off, use code – “twoperson”
• Solo division is $25 off, use code – “solocoupon”

Handicap system for each division and other event details can be found at the event website – https://runsignup.com/…/…/Fayetteville/RAPTORAdventureSeries

Register Now – https://www.bikereg.com/raptor-cycling-relay And don’t forget to use the coupon code!

Amenities will include:
• Fleece Hoodie
• Pre-race meal and beverages the night before
• Continental Breakfast on race morning
• Beer and Barbeque at the finish
• Finisher award
• Giveaway prizes
• Bragging rights if you win!

How many times do you get to do something completely different on the bike…this is your chance!

Raptor

Arvest Little Rock Gran Fondo @ Downtown
May 18 @ 7:00 am – 5:00 pm
Arvest Little Rock Gran Fondo @ Downtown | Little Rock | Arkansas | United States

Little Rock Gran Fondo

A premium road cycling event for enthusiasts and racers alike.
A bit more adventurous and spirited than your normal T-shirt ride and with much higher level amenities.
Wear your best kit, ride your best equipment. It’s going to be a big day.
Our Gran Fondo finishes with a great meal and celebration with your fellow cyclists.

Square to Square Bicycle Ride @ Fayetteville Square (Razorback Regional Greenway)
May 18 @ 8:00 am – 3:00 pm
Square to Square Bicycle Ride @ Fayetteville Square (Razorback Regional Greenway)  | Fayetteville | Arkansas | United States

Enjoy 30 miles of Razorback Greenway cycling followed by post ride festivities that include live music, community farmer’s markets, refreshments, discounts to square area businesses, bicycle valet, and more!

The Square 2 Square Bike Ride follows the Razorback Greenway. The SPRING ride starts in Fayetteville and finishes in Bentonville. In the FALL, the start is in Bentonville and the finish is in Fayetteville. Fun for all ages! Total distance one-way is 30 miles. Along the course, participants can enjoy three festive pit stops featuring entertainment, bike maintenance services, and basic ride refreshments.

Riders are welcome to start at any point along the trail if not able to ride entire 30 miles. Optional shuttles (by reservation) will be available to the starting area, before and after the ride.

Ride Start: 8am-10:00am (chose a start time when you register) — Spring ride starts in Fayetteville
Finish Line Festivities: 10:00am-3pm — Spring rides finishes in Bentonville

Course Details

Use this link to view an interactive map of the Razorback Regional Greenway

Ugly Gnome XC and TT race @ Woolly Hollow State Park
May 18 @ 3:00 pm – May 19 @ 6:00 pm
Ugly Gnome XC and TT race @ Woolly Hollow State Park

Get ready for the new and improved 2019 Gnome: Registration opens today at 3 pm CST. TT is May 18th, XC Race is May 19.
https://www.BikeReg.com/the-ugly-gnome
Also, we are working with the park and have blocked the campground for reservations for “racers only” in hopes we can correct a lot of the parking issues and logistics issues we have seen in the past. Please contact Woolly Hollow State Park for your campground reservations. (501) 679-2098 (Note if we don’t pack out the park in reservations they will start releasing spots)
New for 2019 is a 5.1 mile TT on Saturday at 3 pm. There will be awards and 5 AMBCS bonus points on the line. The finish order will also set the call-up for Sunday’s XC race.
There will be a new course with some new trails. Improved kid’s courses and the race loop is a NICA friendly type loop for the junior racers. Bring your Stryder bikes for a NASCAR style “Stryder” race on Sunday am for the little ones.
Like the page and stay tuned here for more updates as the race nears.

Northwoods Full Moon Ride Series @ Northwoods Trails
May 18 @ 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm
Northwoods Full Moon Ride Series @ Northwoods Trails | Hot Springs | Arkansas | United States

Wanna howl at the moon with the Northwoods crew? Shred Valkyrie and Blue Jay by the light of the full moon? Well, turns out, you’ll have 10 chances to join us on a monthly FULL MOON GROUP RIDE in the Northwoods.

The ride will be a no drop beginner to an intermediate group ride. The route will depend on the skill level of the participants. We will spend around an hour on the trails. We will meet at the trailhead at 6:00 and begin the ride by 6:30. It will be dark by the time we return to the trailhead.

All riders must have a mountain bike in working order, helmet, front white light, rear red Light, back-up light source, and water to hydrate.

After the ride, we will continue the fun with a little grillin’ and some tunes. Bring a chair! Don’t miss the fun… Come shred with us by the light of the moon!

Sponsored by: Superior Bathhouse Brewery, Spa City Cycling, Parkside Cycle, and Visit Hot Springs!

– – –

Who: All mountain bikers/All skill levels
What: Full Moon Rides
Where: Northwoods, Waterworks Trailhead
When: 5:30 p.m.
How much: FREE
Why: Full moons are awesome and mountain bikes are too.

*Contingent on weather, Follow Northwoods Trails – Hot Springs Trail Conditions group for weather updates leading up to each event!

Full Schedule of Series includes (based on Farmers’ Almanac):
March 20 – Full Worm Moon
April 19 – Full Pink Moon
May 18 – Full Flower Moon
June 17 – Full Strawberry Moon
July 16 – Full Buck Moon
August 15 – Full Sturgeon Moon
September 14 – Full Harvest Moon
October 13 – Full Hunter’s Moon
November 12 – Full Beaver Moon
December 12 – Full Cold Moon

May
19
Sun
Recycle Bikes for Kids Dirty Fondo 2019 @ Historic Marlsgate
May 19 @ 6:00 am – 2:00 pm
Recycle Bikes for Kids Dirty Fondo 2019 @ Historic Marlsgate | Scott | Arkansas | United States

Put some gravel in your travel…The Arvest Little Rock Gran Fondo Weekend continues with a new event and a new location. Join us at Historic Marlsgate for the Arvest Dirty Fondo on Sunday, May 6, 2018.

Love gravel? Never ridden on it? Wanna see how it feels? Come out Sunday morning to beautiful Marlsgate for coffee on the veranda from 6:00 to 7:00 AM. Enjoy the view of Bearskin Lake with a cup of joe and pastries, maybe even having a second cup. Then venture out at 7:00 AM for 50 miles of dirt and gravel through the Arkansas Delta. Return at noon and enjoy a traditional Southern box lunch with sparkling wine, craft beer, live music, and a few special gravel lovers’ prizes.

Expect a swag bag with cool cycling gear, including a Park Tool apron and a CO2 inflator kit, plus a 16 oz. Dirty Fondo beer glass (to be distributed during lunch) and a coupon for free bike parts (rims, tubes, tires, etc.) from our RB4K shop.

Registration for the Arvest Dirty Fondo 2018 assures Recycle Bikes for Kids will continue their mission of supplying free bicycles to over 2000 kids annually.

Jun
1
Sat
CARTI’s Tour de Rock @ Riverfront Park
Jun 1 @ 6:00 am – 4:00 pm
CARTI's Tour de Rock @ Riverfront Park | North Little Rock | Arkansas | United States

Tour de Rock is an annual bicycle ride in North Little Rock, Arkansas that benefits CARTI (Central Arkansas Radiation Therapy Institute), a not-for-profit health-care organization that provides the finest-quality radiation therapy and compassionate patient care to cancer patients in Arkansas and the surrounding states.

CARTI’s 15th Annual Tour de Rock presented by Russell Chevrolet will take place on Saturday, June 2, 2018. Five rides to choose from: 25, 50, 62, 80, or 100 miles. Pancake-flat course, very well-supported ride with and plenty of rest stops. Registration opens on January 1, 2018 and includes registration fee, commemorative t-shirt, and post-ride party complete with music, exhibitors, great food, and beer garden.

What:  Four pancake-flat 25, 50, 62,  and 100 mile routes through Central Arkansas.

Who:  over 1,000 cyclists from Arkansas and beyond

Where: Route begins and ends on Riverfront Drive and Brother Paul Drive in N. Little Rock.  After party at Heifer International Pavilion.

Why:  To fight cancer and help CARTI deliver the most advanced forms of cancer care.  Chances are you’ve been impacted by cancer.  CARTI’s Tour de Rock is an opportunity to honor the ones who’ve fought the battle.  Who will you ride for?

For more information on Tour de Rock, please contact Jennifer Selig at (501) 296-3428 or Jennifer.selig@carti.com.

Jun
8
Sat
Tour De Tomato Bicycle Ride @ Pink Tomato Festival, Warren, Arkansas
Jun 8 @ 8:30 am – 1:30 pm
Tour De Tomato Bicycle Ride @ Pink Tomato Festival, Warren, Arkansas | Warren | Arkansas | United States

The Tour De Tomato is a new event for the World Famous Bradley County Pink Tomato Festival. This event will be held on June 8th, 2019 the Saturday before the Festival. There will be a 62, 30 and a 15 mile bicycle ride through the heart of Bradley County. The course will be clearly marked and will consist of all pavement riding and there will be aid/break stations throughout the ride.

The ride will start in historic downtown Warren Arkansas at the beautiful Bradley County Courthouse and the staging will be right down the road at the DWR YMCA. You will take in all Warren has to offer from its friendly people to its beautiful downtown area and of course its famous brick streets. From there you will head out and enjoy Bradley County and the road will be shoulder riding throughout the ride. There will be food and goody bags also along with a one of a kind race t-shirt!!! The fee is the same for all ride lengths

So come out and enjoy the inaugural Tour De Tomato and have the time of your life!!!!

Jun
17
Mon
Northwoods Full Moon Ride Series @ Northwoods Trails
Jun 17 @ 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm
Northwoods Full Moon Ride Series @ Northwoods Trails | Hot Springs | Arkansas | United States

Wanna howl at the moon with the Northwoods crew? Shred Valkyrie and Blue Jay by the light of the full moon? Well, turns out, you’ll have 10 chances to join us on a monthly FULL MOON GROUP RIDE in the Northwoods.

The ride will be a no drop beginner to an intermediate group ride. The route will depend on the skill level of the participants. We will spend around an hour on the trails. We will meet at the trailhead at 6:00 and begin the ride by 6:30. It will be dark by the time we return to the trailhead.

All riders must have a mountain bike in working order, helmet, front white light, rear red Light, back-up light source, and water to hydrate.

After the ride, we will continue the fun with a little grillin’ and some tunes. Bring a chair! Don’t miss the fun… Come shred with us by the light of the moon!

Sponsored by: Superior Bathhouse Brewery, Spa City Cycling, Parkside Cycle, and Visit Hot Springs!

– – –

Who: All mountain bikers/All skill levels
What: Full Moon Rides
Where: Northwoods, Waterworks Trailhead
When: 5:30 p.m.
How much: FREE
Why: Full moons are awesome and mountain bikes are too.

*Contingent on weather, Follow Northwoods Trails – Hot Springs Trail Conditions group for weather updates leading up to each event!

Full Schedule of Series includes (based on Farmers’ Almanac):
March 20 – Full Worm Moon
April 19 – Full Pink Moon
May 18 – Full Flower Moon
June 17 – Full Strawberry Moon
July 16 – Full Buck Moon
August 15 – Full Sturgeon Moon
September 14 – Full Harvest Moon
October 13 – Full Hunter’s Moon
November 12 – Full Beaver Moon
December 12 – Full Cold Moon

Jun
22
Sat
True Grit Ride 105 @ Fort Chaffee
Jun 22 @ 7:00 am – 4:00 pm
True Grit Ride 105 @ Fort Chaffee

The True Grit Ride is an annual non-competitive bicycling event in Fort Smith, Arkansas. There are bike routes for all abilities which include 10, 30, 45, 62, or 105 miles.  The pit stops are about 10 miles apart and are well stocked with drinks and food.  Also available is an 18 mile Mountain Bike Ride or a Certified 5k Run.

The event is a fundraiser to support the Community Services Clearinghouse, a nonprofit organization that provides emergency food assistance to families, children, and cancer patients.  The most well-known program for the Clearinghouse is the Meals for Kids Backpack Program for school children.  This program feeds over 2000 children each week for the weekend throughout 7 counties in Arkansas and Oklahoma.

Contact: Pattie West at 479-782-5074 or Beth Dwiggins at 479-431-8301

True Grit Ride 2019 @ Chaffee Crossing
Jun 22 @ 7:00 am – 4:00 pm
True Grit Ride 2019 @ Chaffee Crossing | Fort Smith | Arkansas | United States

TGR100/MTB/5K Run/Walk benefits the Community Services Clearinghouse.

Route Distances: Road Ride 10, 28,42,66 and 100 miles, the Mountain Bike Ride is a 15 mile guided Mountain Bike Tour and the newest addition is the 5K Walk/Run. We offer a course for riders of any skill level.

Entry Fees: Registration is $50 for the TGR , $45 for the TG Mountain Bike Ride and $35 for the TG 5K Walk/Run.

The Clearinghouse is a well-established, non-profit organization located in Fort Smith, Arkansas, that provides emergency assistance to families and children in need throughout seven counties in Arkansas and Oklahoma. The most well-known program the Clearinghouse offers is the Meals for Kids backpack program, which distributes over 2,500 sacks of weekend food each Friday to children who otherwise would go hungry before returning to class on Monday.

Pedals For Compassion @ Magnolia, Arkansas
Jun 22 @ 7:30 am – 1:00 pm
Pedals For Compassion @ Magnolia, Arkansas

Compassion’s Foundation is a nonprofit organization that supports the local domestic violence shelter. Our mission is to provide effective and accessible services to individuals and families who experience domestic violence and/or sexual assault and to be a proactive and visible source of related intervention, education, and prevention services to the community. You registration fees or donation will go towards these efforts and help us to be able to continue providing support.

Event Details

Pre-event breakfast starts at 6 am followed by race start at 7:30 am. Finish/start line activities will begin shortly after, where there will be food, door prizes, finisher medals, etc.

First 150 riders to sign up are guaranteed event shirts.

Pedals for Compassion @ Magnolia Square
Jun 22 @ 7:30 am

We’re hosting a benefit bicycle ride for the Compassion’s Foundation, Inc. we will have three different length routes to choose from 100k, 35 mile, or 15 mile

More details to come!!!

Event Details

Pre packet pick up Friday 2pm to 9pm at the Central Hub on Magnolia square. Come have a beer or two and meet the other riders!

Pre event breakfast starts at 6 am followed by ride start at 7:30 am.

Day of registration starts at 6 am at the breakfast.

Sag support will be on the routes. There will be plenty of fully stocked rest stops and several water stations in between to help keep you fueled till the end.

Finish/start line activities will begin shortly after the ride start, where there will be food, door prizes, finisher medals, etc.

 

Jul
6
Sat
Brent Morrison Memorial Run @ Wells Lake
Jul 6 @ 6:30 am – 8:30 am

Proceeds of this run/walk goes towards the Fort Smith trail system.

There will be an award for best chicken outfit.

Legal Notice:  By buying entry to this fun run/walk, you are agreeing to the fact that there are hazards involved in this activity. You are accepting all risks in participating in the event. You are waiving and releasing Western Arkansas Runners, Jaymax Race Timing, all race volunteers and sponsors, their representatives, employees and successors of any claims and liabilities of any kind arising out of participation in this event. Further, you grant to all the foregoing the right to use any photograph, motion pictures, recordings, or any other record of the event for legitimate purposes.

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Jul
16
Tue
Northwoods Full Moon Ride Series @ Northwoods Trails
Jul 16 @ 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm
Northwoods Full Moon Ride Series @ Northwoods Trails | Hot Springs | Arkansas | United States

Wanna howl at the moon with the Northwoods crew? Shred Valkyrie and Blue Jay by the light of the full moon? Well, turns out, you’ll have 10 chances to join us on a monthly FULL MOON GROUP RIDE in the Northwoods.

The ride will be a no drop beginner to an intermediate group ride. The route will depend on the skill level of the participants. We will spend around an hour on the trails. We will meet at the trailhead at 6:00 and begin the ride by 6:30. It will be dark by the time we return to the trailhead.

All riders must have a mountain bike in working order, helmet, front white light, rear red Light, back-up light source, and water to hydrate.

After the ride, we will continue the fun with a little grillin’ and some tunes. Bring a chair! Don’t miss the fun… Come shred with us by the light of the moon!

Sponsored by: Superior Bathhouse Brewery, Spa City Cycling, Parkside Cycle, and Visit Hot Springs!

– – –

Who: All mountain bikers/All skill levels
What: Full Moon Rides
Where: Northwoods, Waterworks Trailhead
When: 5:30 p.m.
How much: FREE
Why: Full moons are awesome and mountain bikes are too.

*Contingent on weather, Follow Northwoods Trails – Hot Springs Trail Conditions group for weather updates leading up to each event!

Full Schedule of Series includes (based on Farmers’ Almanac):
March 20 – Full Worm Moon
April 19 – Full Pink Moon
May 18 – Full Flower Moon
June 17 – Full Strawberry Moon
July 16 – Full Buck Moon
August 15 – Full Sturgeon Moon
September 14 – Full Harvest Moon
October 13 – Full Hunter’s Moon
November 12 – Full Beaver Moon
December 12 – Full Cold Moon

Jul
20
Sat
Wampoo Roadeo @ All Souls Church
Jul 20 @ 7:00 am – 1:00 pm
Wampoo Roadeo @ All Souls Church | Scott | Arkansas | United States

Registration link: https://www.bikereg.com/wampoo-roadeo
FB Page: https://www.facebook.com/wampooroadeo/
Cost : $15

The Wampoo Roadeo is a fund raiser for the Marilyn Fulper Memorial Fund. The fund is used to improve the cycling infrastructure in Central Arkansas by purchasing, installing and donating cycling related equipment. Past projects include purchasing and installing five bicycle fixit stations along the Arkansas River Trail, three high security air pumps, donating 1000 helmets to Recycle Bikes For Kids, a donation to the Laura Wooldridge Memorial Fund, a donation toward the purchase of a mechanical sweeper for the ART on both sides of the river, and a donation toward purchasing a water fountain for the ART.

 

Jul
26
Fri
Rogers Cycling Festival @ The Railyard
Jul 26 – Jul 28 all-day
Rogers Cycling Festival @ The Railyard | Rogers | Arkansas | United States

Nine Races, Three Days, One Historic Festival –
Save The Date!

Aug
3
Sat
Tour de Cure Century Ride @ Crystal Bridges
Aug 3 all-day

Family Trail Walk ,10MI, 20MI & 40MI Mountain Biking, 20MI, 50MI, 62.5MI & 100 MI Cycling
Registration fee: $15.00
Fundraising Minimum: $200.00

Ride like you own the road.

Cycling will make you feel the power of the pedal as you join the fight to end diabetes. The Tour de Cure’s cycling routes are for people of all cycling abilities and is regarded as one of the top multi-site cycling events in the country. The routes are well-marked, there are safety marshals and safety vehicles, fully stocked rest stops and more.

Run like the wind.

Running shows not only physical determination but the determination to end diabetes. The Tour de Cure is now open to all runners! If you choose to run you will receive a timing chip and will run on a beautiful 5k route. What a great way to celebrate health, fitness and fun!

Walk as a united front.

Walking together with family, friends and coworkers shows your community you want a cure. Walking is a great way to get out and get healthy all while celebrating those living with diabetes. You will be among hundreds of walkers who share your passion as you walk along a beautiful route.

Fundraise Like a Champ

After registering you will have access to your participant center which is your fundraising hub. You will have a personal page to share your story, mobile apps, email templates and more. Once you set your goal the local staff will help you every step of the way so you can achieve it. Fundraising has never been easier; and be sure to check out our 2018 Recognition Gifts for some additional inspiration!

Be sure to visit our new Toolkit Page where you can find lots of helpful fundraising resources at your fingertips.

Looking for Route information?  Visit our Event Details Page for full route maps & details.  And you can also check out our frequently updated, News & FAQ Page.

Aug
15
Thu
Northwoods Full Moon Ride Series @ Northwoods Trails
Aug 15 @ 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm
Northwoods Full Moon Ride Series @ Northwoods Trails | Hot Springs | Arkansas | United States

Wanna howl at the moon with the Northwoods crew? Shred Valkyrie and Blue Jay by the light of the full moon? Well, turns out, you’ll have 10 chances to join us on a monthly FULL MOON GROUP RIDE in the Northwoods.

The ride will be a no drop beginner to an intermediate group ride. The route will depend on the skill level of the participants. We will spend around an hour on the trails. We will meet at the trailhead at 6:00 and begin the ride by 6:30. It will be dark by the time we return to the trailhead.

All riders must have a mountain bike in working order, helmet, front white light, rear red Light, back-up light source, and water to hydrate.

After the ride, we will continue the fun with a little grillin’ and some tunes. Bring a chair! Don’t miss the fun… Come shred with us by the light of the moon!

Sponsored by: Superior Bathhouse Brewery, Spa City Cycling, Parkside Cycle, and Visit Hot Springs!

– – –

Who: All mountain bikers/All skill levels
What: Full Moon Rides
Where: Northwoods, Waterworks Trailhead
When: 5:30 p.m.
How much: FREE
Why: Full moons are awesome and mountain bikes are too.

*Contingent on weather, Follow Northwoods Trails – Hot Springs Trail Conditions group for weather updates leading up to each event!

Full Schedule of Series includes (based on Farmers’ Almanac):
March 20 – Full Worm Moon
April 19 – Full Pink Moon
May 18 – Full Flower Moon
June 17 – Full Strawberry Moon
July 16 – Full Buck Moon
August 15 – Full Sturgeon Moon
September 14 – Full Harvest Moon
October 13 – Full Hunter’s Moon
November 12 – Full Beaver Moon
December 12 – Full Cold Moon

Sep
14
Sat
Northwoods Full Moon Ride Series @ Northwoods Trails
Sep 14 @ 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm
Northwoods Full Moon Ride Series @ Northwoods Trails | Hot Springs | Arkansas | United States

Wanna howl at the moon with the Northwoods crew? Shred Valkyrie and Blue Jay by the light of the full moon? Well, turns out, you’ll have 10 chances to join us on a monthly FULL MOON GROUP RIDE in the Northwoods.

The ride will be a no drop beginner to an intermediate group ride. The route will depend on the skill level of the participants. We will spend around an hour on the trails. We will meet at the trailhead at 6:00 and begin the ride by 6:30. It will be dark by the time we return to the trailhead.

All riders must have a mountain bike in working order, helmet, front white light, rear red Light, back-up light source, and water to hydrate.

After the ride, we will continue the fun with a little grillin’ and some tunes. Bring a chair! Don’t miss the fun… Come shred with us by the light of the moon!

Sponsored by: Superior Bathhouse Brewery, Spa City Cycling, Parkside Cycle, and Visit Hot Springs!

– – –

Who: All mountain bikers/All skill levels
What: Full Moon Rides
Where: Northwoods, Waterworks Trailhead
When: 5:30 p.m.
How much: FREE
Why: Full moons are awesome and mountain bikes are too.

*Contingent on weather, Follow Northwoods Trails – Hot Springs Trail Conditions group for weather updates leading up to each event!

Full Schedule of Series includes (based on Farmers’ Almanac):
March 20 – Full Worm Moon
April 19 – Full Pink Moon
May 18 – Full Flower Moon
June 17 – Full Strawberry Moon
July 16 – Full Buck Moon
August 15 – Full Sturgeon Moon
September 14 – Full Harvest Moon
October 13 – Full Hunter’s Moon
November 12 – Full Beaver Moon
December 12 – Full Cold Moon

Sep
21
Sat
Conway Fall Classic Bike Tour @ Fellowship Bible Church
Sep 21 @ 8:00 am – 3:00 pm
Conway Fall Classic Bike Tour @ Fellowship Bible Church | Conway | Arkansas | United States

PRACTICAL INFO

When: September 21, 2019. Start time is 8 a.m. for all rides.
Where: Conway, Arkansas.
Staging areaStart and end at Fellowship Bible Church, 1051 Hogan Lane. (Next to Grace Methodist)
Routes: All routes are fully supported with monitoring and mechanical assistance; Port-a-potty or restroom at each aid station.

ROUTES ON MAP MY RIDE:

Plummerville Out & Back (22mi*)

Paper Mill Loop (40mi*)

Paper Mill Extended (60mi*)

*Note: All distances approximate.

ENTRY FEES:

  • Early Registration (Online):$35 per individual.
  • In person registration: $40 to register in person on Friday, September 14 (at The Ride Bike Shop in Conway from 2 to 5 pm) or Saturday morning at 7 am on site, September 15th.

OTHER:

  • Tshirts for the first 150 registrants.
  • Lunch (TBD) will be served for all riders.
  • Childcare is not provided for riders.
Sep
28
Sat
Big Dam Bridge 100 @ River Front Dr. North Little Rock
Sep 28 all-day
Big Dam Bridge 100 @ River Front Dr. North Little Rock | North Little Rock | Arkansas | United States

The Big Dam Bridge 100 is Arkansas’s largest cycling tour! Offering distances of 10/32/50/68/100 miles. This is a don’t miss event for cyclist in the mid south region.

Each year, thousands of cyclists from around the country descend on Central Arkansas for what has become the largest and most publicized cycling tour in Arkansas. The Big Dam Bridge, famous for its name and its reputation for being the longest bicycle bridge in the world, has attracted cyclists from all over to participate in this yearly event.