Bikepacking | Where the Trip Taken is the Destination Part 1 Thoughts on Bikepacking in Arkansas Arkansas is full of backcountry camping opportunities including over 50 State Parks
It has been an amazing changing of the seasons. I can’t recall one more colorful. Here is a collection of fall images from recent rides. While we hope you enjoy
“Ride The Ozarks,” we intended to do just that. The seven of us met up around dawn-ish, meetup times for these kind of things are an illusion anyways.
Rapha Prestige | Ozark Plateau The Rapha Prestige always presents a grueling challenge, with some years topping distances of 200km. Besides the distance, the ride has a history of
When the long road season finally comes to an end, a change of pace is always welcomed. Gravel ‘grinding’ is a great alternative to both road cycling and mountain biking.
Last night was the first annual NWA’s Moonlight 100. Judging by the STRAVA ride titles this will surely become a annual event. I for one, had a blast! It was
This morning we mixed things up a bit. The bunch was hungry for some Ozark gravel. Folks if you haven’t explored gravel riding yet you really should consider it. The
By Dusty Pruitt Those of you who know me know I like history. At a museum, if something sparks my interest, I am the guy who spends as much
Mixed it up this morning for The Saturday Ride. Bikes, Blues & BBQ takes over for a couple days here in NWA. Over 100,000+ motorcycles makes for some busy roads
What a great morning to be outside. Near perfect conditions 60’s and overcast. The road season is officially over so The Saturday Ride is taking it easy for awhile. Going
This morning we called an audible for The Saturday Ride and made the route up as we went along. It was a good decision and the route ended up being
Part 2 – Springdale to Fayetteville 5 things you should know about the Razorback Greenway (RG) from Springdale to Fayetteville. #1 Fayetteville & Springdale seem to have a
I’ve been needing to mix up The Saturday Ride a bit. So a small group of us have been grinding some gravel the past couple Saturdays. Good stuff. Gravel routes
A great group showed up to get a preview of the State Championship Road Race course. It has been a long time since I was that miserable on a bike.
What a great morning. Mid 60’s starting out. A gift after the heat wave. The bunch was considerably more chipper. We had a solid group roll out for the lumpy
This morning we tackled the Hell’s Kitchen Loop and threw in The Wall for good measure. About 50 miles and 2700 gain. My apologies folks, I should have thought that
This morning we tackled what I nicknamed the Flughafen (Airport) Loop. About 58 miles with 2400 gain. This route is super interesting and has some sections of road that are
This morning we tackled the Barking Dog Loop. Probably one of the funnest loops to ride in NWA. It is 50 miles of pure Ozark lumpy goodness with tons of
We headed west and almost dipped our tires into Oklahoma this morning. About 56 miles, with 2700 gain. Thankfully the weather cooperated and we were able to stay dry. This
I steered the bunch onto the Barking Dog Loop this morning. Don’t let the name scare you away from riding this route. Once upon a time there was actually a