Hand Cut Hollow – Bentonville, Arkansas

Hand Cut Hollow – Bentonville, Arkansas

Hatchet sculpture by artist Jamie Vaide. This piece has a 15-foot log handle and weighs 1,300 pounds. The blade is steel and mounted to a concrete base. Technical hand-built trails await you at Hand Cut Hollow in Northeast Bentonville. The Traverse Loop surrounds the...
Best Places to Eat After A Trail Ride/Hike

Best Places to Eat After A Trail Ride/Hike

  We asked our social media followers their favorite places to eat at after a trail ride or hike in Northwest Arkansas. Have you tried all these recommendations? @christine_marette: Torchy’s Tacos, Bentonville Taco & Tamale @brooke_bill, @jwarchol,...
8 Group Ride Etiquette Tips

8 Group Ride Etiquette Tips

Guest blog post by: Women of OZ NWA Riding with a group can be loads of fun. Make sure you’re prepared for group rides with these tips from our friends, Women of OZ! WHAT TO DO Announce oncoming traffic: When you spot oncoming traffic, loudly say, “rider...
Guide For Your Fall Visit to OZ

Guide For Your Fall Visit to OZ

Autumn is a special time to visit the land of OZ. Autumn’s cooler temperatures and magnificent colors present a wonderful opportunity to find a destination that truly offers something for everyone. Leaves are changing, the air is cool and crisp, and there’s a buzzing...
Trail Etiquette for Bicyclists and Hikers

Trail Etiquette for Bicyclists and Hikers

With a busy fall riding season coming up, now is a great time to brush up on trail safety and etiquette.   Equipment Having correct equipment is always a good first step to set yourself up for success on the trail or even the Razorback Greenway. Make sure to...
Fall 2022 Cycling Events in Northwest Arkansas
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Fall 2022 Cycling Events in Northwest Arkansas

Photo courtesy of: Life Time Big Sugar Gravel Autumn in Northwest Arkansas is not a sight to be missed, and a slew of cycling events present the perfect reasons to visit this fall. There are events for all ages, skills levels, and various cycling disciplines. See you...
Enduro racing: what is it, and should you try it?
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Enduro racing: what is it, and should you try it?

Written by the Runway Bike Culture Team Racing formats have complimented the growth of the mountain bike industry since the conception of the early klunkers. Quickly evolving from elbow bumping, the king of the mountain format morphed into any form of organized...
Wet Weather Routes and Trail Conditions Resources
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Wet Weather Routes and Trail Conditions Resources

Photo by Carl Zoch While the weather in Northwest Arkansas is pleasant nearly year-round, we do get the occasional bout of rain and storms. Here are some wet weather routes and trail condition resources for when you plan your route to go riding or hiking. A good rule...