OZ Trails strives to inspire everyone to come and celebrate their full selves in a world of nature, art, & culture with an open-heart, an inclusive mind and a welcoming spirit.

OZ Trails is a world-class network of shared-use trails, headquartered in Bentonville, Ark., The Mountain Biking Capital of the World. OZ Trails was born out of deep ties and support from our community and is carried out through loyal ambassadors, adventure seekers, riders, grinders, runners, and hikers.

Whether it’s an adrenaline rush or relaxing walk, OZ Trails experiences are unrivaled elsewhere. OZ Trails strives to inspire everyone to come and celebrate their full selves in a world of nature, art, and culture with an open-heart, an inclusive mind and a welcoming spirit. This is how we see the world of OZ Trails, with everyone in it, diverse, equal, enjoying and sharing pathways together.

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Rider Profile: Michelle Rodriguez

Rider Profile: Michelle Rodriguez

Rider Profile: Michelle Rodriguez Trust yourself! You can do it!! It may seem like a lot to take in at first, but just ride at your pace and you will start to get in your groove of riding. You’ll meet so many people that will be happy to just ride with you! Who are...

First Timer Race Reports: U.S. Pro Cup in Fayetteville, Arkansas

First Timer Race Reports: U.S. Pro Cup in Fayetteville, Arkansas

Just send it! It is one of the best experiences I’ve had on a bike. I think we underestimate what our bodies can do based on what we look like or how we think we will be perceived by others. You may surprise yourself and become someone else’s motivation to get out...

OZ Trails Runner Profile – Derek Lee

OZ Trails Runner Profile – Derek Lee

Probably my first introduction to trail running was in high school training on Markham Trails, and some out at Lake Fayetteville. Went through most of college and grad school just running roads and moved back to Fayetteville and my wife and I signed up for the Inaugural Kessler trail run. Started dabbling in it here and there, and found myself gravitating more towards trail over the years.