Professional track cyclists Ashton Lambie and Chris Birch, Ph.D. were in Northwest Arkansas in March for a week of riding. We asked them to stop by OZ Trails for a short interview on what their favorite parts of the week were.
The spring 2022 Trail Kids program will run March 14-May 25. Students will meet twice per week to ride the Slaughter Pen trails and learn mountain biking skills such as positioning, bike/body separation, cornering, handing obstacles and rocky terrain, and many more.
OZ Trails is home to over 300 miles of mountain biking trails, but did you know non-cyclists can enjoy the trails too? Along with mountain bikers, the trails in Northwest Arkansas welcome trail runners. Let’s go over a few key tips for people looking to get into the sport of trail running.
It is about to get WILD at Centennial Park in Fayetteville, Arkansas, for the 2022 Walmart UCI Cyclocross World Championships. This event, scheduled for January 28-30, 2022, is open to spectators and volunteers.
It’s the holiday season! Now is a time for seeing family, eating home-cooked meals, and giving gifts to those you love, and squeezing in the next ride when you can.
Many things separate the Mountain Biking Capital of The World™ from other popular cycling destinations, weather being one of them. With little snow and mild ice conditions during the winter, cyclists are able to ride 12 months out of the year in Northwest Arkansas. As the winter season quickly approaches, cyclists across the country are gearing up for indoor training or fat tire biking. In Northwest Arkansas, however, we’re not ready to say goodbye to our daily rides.