Arkansas

Arkansas Bike Event CalendarFeed

March 2017

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03-11-2017Syllamo's Revenge - Test your skills and endurance on the Syllamo Mountain Bike Trail in the beautiful Ozark Mountains of Arkansas on this 50-mile bike ride near Mountain View, Arkansas.
03-25-2017Ouachita Challenge - A mountain bike tour and race that takes place each spring in the Ouachita Mountains of Southwestern Arkansas.
03-30-2017Joe Martin Stage Race - The Joe Martin Stage Race in Fayetteville, Arkansas is one of the top pro and amateur events in the nation.

April 2017

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04-23-2017NWA Spring Classic - The NWA Spring Classic Road Race takes place each spring in Prairie Grove, Arkansas to help support junior cycling.

May 2017

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05-06-2017Tour De Hoot - An annual bike ride for the McGehee Boy’s and Girl’s Club of McGehee, Arkansas, with routes from 25 to 100 miles.
05-06-2017Tour de Toad & Iron Toad - An annual ride in Conway, Arkansas to promote the city as a bicycle-friendly community. 10, 25, and 50-mile route options.
05-13-2017The 65 Roses Tour - The 65 Roses Tour takes place in Searcy, Arkansas and raises money for the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. Routes of 35, 50, and 65 miles are offered, as well as a 10-mile Fun Ride.

June 2017

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06-03-2017Tour de Rock - An annual bicycle ride in North Little Rock, Arkansas benefiting the Central Arkansas Radiation Therapy Institute, a not-for-profit health-care organization that provides cancer care and treatment.
06-24-2017True Grit Ride 100 - An annual non-competitive bicycling event that takes place in Fort Smith, Arkansas, with 10, 35, 50, 75, and 100-mile route options.

August 2017

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08-12-2017The Eurekan Bike Ride - The Eurekan Bike Ride is part of a three-day, four-event multisport festival taking placing in Eureka Springs, Arkansas, with 20, 58 and 100-mile route options.

September 2017

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09-08-2017Pig Trail Gravel Grinder - An exhilarating cycling festival in Ozark, Arkansas, featuring challenging gravel road rides in the Ozark National Forest. 22, 50, and 72-mile routes.

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