My initial impressions of Bentonville were immediately exceeded by quite a lot. The city has awesome restaurants, bars, coffee shops, bike spots all around town, and the impressive Crystal Bridges Museum of American Arts. And when it comes to trails, there’s everything from singletrack to jump trails. To be honest, I haven’t stopped talking about the place since I left. When I’m talking about trails to friends, I always bring up Northwest Arkansas. I’ve even started looking at houses in Bentonville on Zillow. I used to have a house in Whistler and it was kind of hard to get there. NWA is much easier to get to.
One of the great things about Oz Trails is that there is something for every level of mountain biker and an amazing diversity of trails. I saw terrain for a wide variety of skill level and interest. Everyone from the pros to the beginners can ride in NWA.
On Oz Trails
The Oz Trails are so fun with tons of jumps and berms and really have something that appeals to every level of rider. The builders have created trail systems where a pro-level rider can have just as much fun as a novice. The trails allow the pros to get creative with all the features and obstacles and create their own lines to increase the challenge.
There are some trails around the U.S. that are made specifically for the pro rider and your buddies who aren’t as skilled won’t be able to ride it. But with the Oz Trails, there are lines for riders of all levels and skill sets so everyone can have a great time.
Why everyone should ride Oz Trails
Everyone should know that there are lot of options on the trails and a lot to do in the town. From a biking experience, you could easily spend three days and still not see everything. Each day is going to be different between the trails and terrains.