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The Governor and Cycling

With less than a year in office, Governor Asa Hutchinson has suddenly rolled into the local cycling scene. I first met Governor Hutchinson during the last Governor’s race. I happened

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The Community Bicyclist
Jackalope
The American Trail in Bentonville, Razorback Greenway in the Background.

A Little Recognition Feels Good But…..

…sometimes it means so much more. Every year the International Mountain Bicycling Association (IMBA)  looks over applications and makes site visits to trails and communities around the world; I refer

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Arkansas Trail Fairy, caught in the act.

Trail Fairies Wear Boots

OORC Hand building a better community since 1997 from Ozark Off Road Cyclists on Vimeo. Whether you are hiking, running or cycling on a trail in Arkansas, you are taking

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Searcy County Waterfall

What a Year of Advocacy Can Do

It’s been about a year. Central Arkansas Trail Alliance has been supporting trail access, building advocacy and maintaining local trails for about a year now as an organized group. So

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Trails don’t just happen

One of the most popular activities in parks and wilderness areas is hiking on trails. For thousands of years trails have been used for transportation, hunting, exploring, commerce. Long before

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The view from the White River Bluff Loop.

Help Arrives for the Injured Epic

The Syllamo (S?l’-l?-m?) Mountain Bike Trail five miles north of Mountain View in Stone County, Arkansas, consists of a series of interconnecting loops offering mountain bikers, hikers and trail runners

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