Go on a Cycling Adventure

Pump up your tires and grease those gears! It’s time to explore Northwest Arkansas’ options for epic cycling fun. With hundreds of miles of premier mountain bike trails, jump parks, pump tracks, skills courses and world-class cyclocross, it’s easy to find your next cycling adventure!

Three mountain bikers ride on a trail near a ravine at Monumental Trails at Devil's Den in Northwest Arkansas

Monumental Trails at Devil’s Den

The new Arkansas State Parks’ Monument Trails are open at Devil’s Den State Park, south of Fayetteville! Monument Trails are optimized mountain bike trails woven into the natural landscape and terrain at Arkansas’ state parks.

At Devil’s Den, 12 new miles combine with the refurbished Fossil Flats trails for a total of 18 miles of Monument Trails. Devil’s Den joins other Monument Trails across the state at Hobbs State Park-Conservation Area, Mount Nebo State Park, and Pinnacle Mountain State Park


A mountain biker does a jump on a bike trail at Centennial Park at Millsap Mountain in Northwest Arkansas

Centennial Park at Millsap Mountain

Built along the slopes of Millsap Mountain, Centennial also boasts 12 miles of premier mountain bike trail. From the entry-level Learner’s Permit to the short, punchy Basket Case for experts, there’s a cycling experience for everyone.


Back 40 Trails 

Opened in 2016, this venerable Back 40 trail system was created by some of the most talented trail builders. Riders can start at Lake Ann and fan out in all directions for a fantastic downhill adventure.

 Bella Vista

A solo mountain-biker rides a trail downhill at Lake Leatherwood Gravity Trails in Eureka Springs Arkansas.

Lake Leatherwood Gravity Trails

These downhill-only bike trails are some of the finest in the country. With smooth, flowing trails for beginners and massive jumps and drops for experts, stone platforms serve as launching pads for the downhill descents. Shuttles take riders from the bottom back up to the top of the course for an ultimate enduro-riding experience.

Eureka Springs

A cyclists rides around a monument in Bentonville Arkansas.
Bentonville Rides & Routes

In the Mountain Bicycling Capital of the World, the cycling culture is second to none! Bike Bentonville compiles daily group rides by local bike shops, clubs and members of the community and promotes a number of road routes, from lunch-break loops to all-day rides.


Multiple BMX riders complete tricks at Runway Bike Park in Springdale Arkansas.
Runway Bike Park

Runway Bike Park is a state-of-the-art, outdoor training ground for aspiring mountain bicyclists. Located on the campus of The Jones Center in Springdale, the 2.75 acre bike park has three separate areas: the Velosolutions Pump Track – the largest asphalt pump track in North America; the Skills Course; and the Bicycle Playground.


Multiple young BMX riders race down a ramp at Mudtown BMX in Lowell Arkansas
Mudtown BMX 

Not only is okay to play in the dirt and at Mudtown BMX, it’s encouraged! Mudtown hosts bi-monthly racing at its outdoor track at Ward Nail Park in Lowell. When not hosting an event, Mudtown is open to the public as a place for BMX riders and spectators to come out and enjoy the sport!


An empty course at Railyard Bike Park is showcased during a sundet in Rogers Arkansas.
Railyard Bike Park 

This hard surface, recently expanded jump park is the perfect two-wheelin’ playground. With features like jump boxes, whale tails, concrete lips and slope-style downhill runs, Railyard is connected by trail to Lake Atalanta and downtown Rogers. Pedal to dinner at your favorite local restaurant to end the ride!


Blowing Springs Trails

This chill six-mile loop takes you past a waterfall and vast bluff faces and trickling streams before connecting to Slaughter Pen Trails in Bentonville.

 Bella Vista

A lone bicyclist rides on the Crystal Bridges Trails in Bentonville, Arkansas.
Photo credit: Stephen Ironside
Trails at Crystal Bridges

Set on 120 acres of native Ozark forest with springs, streams and a host of native plants and animals, Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art has miles of bike friendly trails by which to enjoy art and nature.


Little Sugar

The newest trail system in Bella Vista sports 39 miles of new mountain biking and hiking trails. This new system is made up of three loops and more than 20 connectors that range from beginner to advanced. Once completed, this trail system will consist of 50 miles of winding trail leading the rider through climbs, long descents, and spectacular views.

 Bella Vista

Two mountain bikers are riding a trail in a wooded area in Northwest Arkansas.
OZ Trails

OZ Trails showcases the best mountain bike trails, parks and destinations Northwest Arkansas has to offer. From a MTB nature preserve in Bentonville to Bella Vista’s new Little Sugar Trails, you can learn more about the areas best trails and download trail resources.