MMTB at Coler

Photo by Korey Hopkins/KHopShoots

Minority Mountain Bikers Bentonville Bike Week returns May 10-14, 2023 for their third consecutive year to Bentonville, Arkansas! Minority Mountain Bikers is an organization dedicated to increasing and highlighting the diversity in mountain biking. Founder Harry Hill emphasizes the event is open to all and focused on minorities whether gender, race and ethnicity, and more. Throughout the event, there will be clinics and workshops, guided group rides, meals and happy hours, and tons of time for fellowship. Professional guide services and clinics are included in the registration cost of $200.

Photo by Korey Hopkins/KHoopShoots

Photo by Korey Hopkins/KHoopShootsWatch this video to see a recap of the 2022 event, and listen to this new podcast episode sponsored by OZ Trails to hear from Harry Hill on what else to expect this year! Need a rental mountain bike? Check out Phat Tire, Gearhead, Spoke Adventures, or Mojo Cycling. We look forward to welcoming Minority Mountain Bikers to Bentonville in May!

2022 photo gallery shot by Korey Hopkins/KHopShoots

Man riding a mountain bike with a Go Pro camera on his helmet
Group takes a rest under a pop-up tent with food.
Woman mountain biker doing a drop on her bike and a ramp


Stevie Emmons

After living in Frisco, Texas, for nearly 15 years, Stevie and her husband, Joe, moved to Bentonville in 2021. She holds a bachelor’s degree in journalism from the University of North Texas and has five years of marketing experience in tourism and economic development. Her personal interests include photography, cooking, and all things dog-related. She and her husband spend their free time riding mountain bike trails, watching movies, and enjoying time on the patio at their favorite restaurants.