Mellow Mushroom Freedom Forty
Jul
4
9:00 am09:00

Mellow Mushroom Freedom Forty

  • Mellow Mushroom

This is an unsupported group ride on the Fourth of July!  Come out and join all levels of cyclists on a 45 miles route through Northwest Arkansas.  Bring plenty of water and food, and please be aware that this is not a "no drop" ride. 

Stops: 2 re-fuel stops available - bring money for Gatorade, snacks, etc.
• The 1st is at the Pilot Convenience store at mile 13-14 on the corner of 56th Street and 412. 
• The 2nd refuel is at the Harps at mile 31-32: take a right off of Har-Ber to Jones Road (2/3 mile down on the left).

After ride: Mellow Mushroom!! --> 1/2 priced appetizers, $3 Fat Tire pints, and $2 Mich Ultra bottles for anyone in a jersey!!

For more information on the course, click here.

VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITY: Natural State Criterium Series
Jul
7
Jul 9

VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITY: Natural State Criterium Series

Come out and show your support for the Northwest Arkansas cycling community by volunteering at the second annual Natural State Criterium Series.

Spanning three cities in as many days, the Series offers something for everyone—professional and amateur road cyclists come from around the world to claim their share of the $50,000 prize purse, local mountain bikers take part in a fun Fat Tire Crit, runners from the region kick off the weekend with a 1-mile race, and families descend on the town squares to watch the races and take part in the festivities.

Help us make it happen! No matter your abilities, we've got a job for you. Whether it's hauling hay bales, registering racers, or marshaling the course, every position is crucial to putting on a safe, fun race, and we can't do it without you.

  • Friday, July 7th - Downtown Bentonville
  • Saturday, July 8th - Downtown Rogers
  • Sunday, July 9th - Downtown Springdale

To learn more about the Series, visit www.naturalstatecrits.com. To volunteer, click the button below.

Natural State Criterium Series
Jul
7
Jul 9

Natural State Criterium Series

  • Downtown Bentonville, Rogers, and Springdale AR

The Natural State Criterium Series is back for its second year, and it's bigger and better than ever. Now in Bentonville, Rogers, and Springdale, compete for your share of the $50,000 prize purse or get rowdy while watching these high-speed road races located in the downtown areas of each community.

For more information, visit www.naturalstatecrits.com

19th Annual Fat Tire Festival
Jul
14
Jul 16

19th Annual Fat Tire Festival

  • Lake Leatherwood City Park

Welcome to the 19th annual Fat Tire Festival in Eureka Springs, Arkansas. Attracting riders, spectators, and party-goers from surrounding states, this 3 day weekend is packed with downhill, super-d, short track, and cross country racing. Glued together with group rides, social gatherings, live music, craft beer, arts and crafts and mobile food court. Bring the entire family! Don't forget your own plate, cup and bowl! Fat Tire Festival will be a Zero waste event with all festivities located at Lake Leatherwood!

For more information, click here

High in the Sky Roller
Jul
22
5:00 pm17:00

High in the Sky Roller

  • Hobbs State Park

Sugar Creek Astronomical Society is hosting a star party so we are inviting you to join us to for a ride at the trail beforehand. We will have a few dogs on the grill for after the ride but feel free to bring something to grill. Stick around to enjoy some amazing telescopes with these guys. SCAS brings a vast variety of scopes and even has live atronomical videography for viewing. Their star parties tend to draw a large crowd so we thought this would be a great way to be there early and avoid parking issues.

We will meet at Townsend Ridge Trail Head/Hidden Diversity Multi-use Trail for the ride and then head up to the Hobbs Visitor Center for the class and viewing which starts at 8:00 PM.

For more information, click here

Rogers Cycling Festival
Jul
28
Jul 30

Rogers Cycling Festival

The Northwest Arkansas Emerging Leaders are excited to announce the 2017 Rogers Cycling Festival! The festival consists of several road cycling and mountain bike events held in downtown Rogers, Arkansas. The festival will bring cycling enthusiasts from across the central United States and has something for everyone – from highly skilled and competitive races to family friendly rides. This year we are happy to host the 2017 Arkansas State Road Race Championships! Proceeds from the festival benefit several nonprofit cycling causes in Northwest Arkansas. 

Cost: Variable ($10-$60)

More information: www.rogerscyclingfestival.com

Get Indoors & Tri
Jul
29
8:00 am08:00

Get Indoors & Tri

If you have been thinking of trying triathlon or becoming a triathlete then this is a great opportunity to get out of that comfort zone and live life like it was meant to be.

Join brand new athletes for a time filled with fun splashing, mashing, and dashing all within an indoor controlled atmosphere with a goal of being ready to take on the Get Outdoors & Tri coming in October.

Start/Finish: GPPfitNWA (Bentonville)

Cost: Variable ($25-$175) 

More information: www.emseries.com

The Eurekan
Aug
11
Aug 13

The Eurekan

This three-day multisport festival consists of a sprint-distance triathlon on Friday afternoon, road bike rides (Gran Fondos) on Saturday morning and running races on Sunday. Participants can enter individual events or take "The Eurekan" challenge.

Start/Finish: Eureka Springs

Cost: Variable

More information: www.eurekasportsfestival.com

Tour de Cure Arkansas
Aug
19
12:00 am00:00

Tour de Cure Arkansas

  • Crystal Bridges Museum

We’re celebrating the 25th Anniversary of the Tour de Cure and we want you to be a part of this incredible day. Since 1991, Tour de Cure riders have raised over $250,000,000 to help advance our mission and move us closer towards the ultimate goal to Stop Diabetes! The Tour de Cure is more than just a cycling event it’s a day packed with excitement and energy where riders of all levels join forces in the fight to Stop Diabetes® and raise critical funds for diabetes research, education and advocacy in support of the American Diabetes Association.

Register here.

For more information, click here. 

Singletrack Mind Festival 2017
Sep
1
Sep 3

Singletrack Mind Festival 2017

  • Two Rivers Mountain Bike Park

Trailspring is proud to announce the FOURTH annual Singletrack Mind Festival taking place Labor Day Weekend (September 1-3rd) and benefitting TrailSpring - a nonprofit focused on funding and creating trail building opportunities in the Ozarks. This epic three-day event, expected to attract thousands of attendees from across the nation, hosts over a dozen bike races, trail runs, kid's zones, live music, camping, bonfires and a nonstop immersion in the culture of natural surface trails.

This year will bring back the well-loved Enduro, Trail Run, and Slopestyle Competitions! We will round out the weekend with an XC race on Sunday as part of the UFD series! 

In true STM fashion, we will bring back as many vendors as possible, awesome music, beer, food and fun for the whole family! 

For more information, click here

Big Dam Bridge 100
Sep
23
8:30 am08:30

Big Dam Bridge 100

  • Big Dam Bridge

Arkansas' Largest Cycling Tour!

The Big Dam Bridge 100 is an annual Little Rock, Arkansas event that celebrates the "Big Dam Bridge" over the Arkansas River. The 4226-foot bridge is the longest bridge built for pedestrian and bicycle traffic in North America, and connects over 15 miles of scenic riverside trails between Little Rock and North Little Rock. It also serves as the backbone for connecting over 70,000 acres of various city, county, state & federal parks.

The Big Dam Bridge 100 offers several routes ranging between 10 and 100 miles, with some beautiful mountain and river scenery, as well as a few challenging hills on the longer routes. The event provides participants with maps, well-stocked aid stations, great volunteer support, and an event t-shirt, a finisher product, as well as food and drinks. The event finish line ends in the Argenta District of downtown North Little Rock with a BDB100 block party and live music!

For more information, click here

GPP Growler Grinder
Oct
21
8:00 am08:00

GPP Growler Grinder

  • Pedaler's Pub

Blanketing the colorful hills of the Ozarks in Northwest Arkansas are hundreds of miles of unpaved and gravel farm roads that feature little to no motor traffic. Scattered about the rolling hills of the area, the course offers great views of the Ozarks throughout Benton and Washington county. The course also features an assortment of civil-war era buildings, barns, and houses from the late 1800’s. Expect average temperatures to be in the mid 50’s by race start and up into the mid 70’s by the midday peak. Gravel sections are well packed, smooth and fast. There will be a 6.5 mile lead out of town to the gravel. 50 and 100-mile courses will be well marked and cue sheets will be provided. Upon finishing, you will receive your 32oz Growler and you can fill it up with FREE beer from Bike Rack Brewing. Pedaler’s Pub will be providing a LIVE band and food. A mandatory race meeting and check in will be Friday, Oct 20, 2017. You will have rider’s meetings at 4pm and 6pm. We will have a short ride at 2pm around the great town of Bentonville and show off its secret beauty. Packet pickup will be from 12-8pm Friday, October 20, 2017. 

Cost: $50 for 50 miles, $60 for 100 miles

For more information, click here.  

Back 40 Trail Run & Ride
Dec
9
Dec 10

Back 40 Trail Run & Ride

Three distances for the run and ride are 10k, 20 mile and 40 mile. Trail runners go on Saturday and riders take their turn on Sunday. The goal is for each group to support the other on race day and to enjoy hanging out together afterwards. Race headquarters will be at Blowing Springs and the entire park will be reserved for racers. Camping will be available. Food trucks will be on site as well as a beer garden hosted by a local brewery.

Start/Finish: Blowing Springs (Bella Vista)

Cost: Variable ($30-$150)

More information: www.back40trailrace.com

 

 


Solstice Camp Out with High Roller
Jun
24
Jun 25

Solstice Camp Out with High Roller

  • Roaring River State Park

 

We are joining the Swift Camp Out this year for a sub24o and are finalizing a route as we plan to head up to Roaring River State Park. The park is a 30-34 mile ride from the shop and located just on the other side of MO. If you have never done a bicycle camping trip this will be a great way to get into it since we will have folks with experience along to help you if any minor situations arise. We will head out from the Rogers location at 402 S Metro PKWY. 
Sub24o refers to a trip that is an under 24 hour overnight camp. You may also hear sub48 and now you'll know ;).
More details to come so throw it on your calendar and we will keep you posted! Post up if you make a reservation and we can try to get folks to communicate as far as sharing sites.
Park info here
Come by the shop if you need help selecting and or setting up your bike with the right gear. If enough folks would like a bikepack clinic we may be able to put that together for you ahead of time too.

Get more information here.

OORC Trail Build- Mt. Kessler
Jun
24
8:00 am08:00

OORC Trail Build- Mt. Kessler

  • Mount Kessler Regional Park

Crazy Mary Trail Build!

Muscle up! This Summer, the OORC is partnering with Progressive Trail Design to build and repair trail on Mt. Kessler! The OORC will be revamping portions of the existing trail system and it’s starting with Crazy Mary, one of the more technical descents on Kessler!

This volunteer opportunity will include large sections of rock work and armory, requiring a larger physical effort than our typical educational trail building projects.

Join us Saturday morning June 24th for an opportunity to leave a legacy! We’ll meet in the back of the Regional Park on the South side of Mt. Kessler (Judge Cummings Rd.) and shuttle to the top.

Tools provided… wear sturdy shoes and long pants! We’ll play in the dirt until noon!

True Grit Ride 100
Jun
24
7:00 am07:00

True Grit Ride 100

The Community Services Clearinghouse Guild is excited to host the 6th Annual True Grit Ride 100.  The TGR offers a challenge for cycling enthusiasts to push through the elements and persevere through a day of pure cycling endurance. It’s called the True Grit Ride because it’s a ride with “grit!”

The True Grit Ride 100 benefits the Community Services Clearinghouse. The Clearinghouse is a Fort Smith-based non-profit that provides emergency assistance to families and children in need throughout seven counties in Arkansas and Oklahoma. The most well-known program the Clearinghouse offers is the Meals for Kids backpack program, which distributes over 2,500 sacks of weekend food each Friday to children who otherwise would go hungry over the weekend.

Start/Finish: Chaffee Crossing (7313 Terry St., Fort Smith, AR 72916)

Cost: Variable ($35-$50)

More information: www.truegritride.com

Tour de Fun Fest
Jun
17
6:45 am06:45

Tour de Fun Fest

A road and mountain ride is here for this year's Tour de Fun. What else? Our Beer Garden afterwards is at the GPP Cycling and Multisport Patio! All on Saturday, June 17. 

The 2017 Tour de Fun will include a new event, Mountain Biking at beautiful Lake Atalanta. The newcomer to the Northwest Arkansas mountain bike scene, Lake Atalanta is fast becoming a regional favorite for its scenic and fast single-track. Loop around the lake or hit spur trails populated with swooping bridges, steep short climbs and gravity cavities. Starting downtown Rogers,  cycling less than a half a mile on the road, passing by the crazy fun Rail Yard, you enter into Lake Atalanta Park. The mountain bike ride will be about 9-10 miles total. For the road riders, the fun & challenging 100k and 50k bike rides! Rides start on 1st and Cherry Street, downtown Rogers. Finish off the ride with a refreshing brew from our Core Brewing Beer Garden on the GPP Cycling and Multisport Patio! 

Start/Finish: Downtown Rogers 

Cost: Variable ($25-$55)

More information: www.emseries.com

Highroller Cyclery's 45th Anniversary Party
Jun
13
5:00 pm17:00

Highroller Cyclery's 45th Anniversary Party

  • Highroller Cyclery

Highroller Cyclery is proud to announce that they are celebrating their 45th year of business this year. To help acknowledge this landmark they are having a party for all customers, staff, and former employees who have helped achieve this milestone. Beer provided from Appleblossom Brewing and hot wings and pizza from Pedalers Pub. They will also be offering great deals on their Anniversary logo bottles and t-shirts during the event. We look forward to seeing all of you there!

Ladies DU Fayetteville
Jun
11
7:00 am07:00

Ladies DU Fayetteville

Run, ride, run around the beautiful Lake Fayetteville in this ladies-only duathlon. Each run will be 2 miles and the bike will be 11 miles, all of which will be on paved trail. What sounds better than the chance to get out and run, bike, run in the company of hundreds of other women! 

Start/Finish: Lake Fayetteville

Cost: $45 (individuals) or $75 (relay teams)

More information: www.fayetteville-ar.gov

Tour de Bentonville
Jun
10
7:30 am07:30

Tour de Bentonville

  • Downtown Activity Center

This first year event will have supported water stops throughout the rides.  Each participant will receive a finisher's medal and t-shirt.  The post ride celebration will include music, food, drinks and discounts to area restaurants. Ride either the 20 or 55 mile routes!

Must be 12 years or older and have a have a bike and helmet. 

Sign up here.

For more information and maps, click here

Borderline OORC Siloam Springs City Lake Workday
Jun
4
1:00 pm13:00

Borderline OORC Siloam Springs City Lake Workday

  • City Lake

 

After much anticipation, the Borderline OORC is proud to announce the FIRST volunteer workday at the new singletrack trail at Siloam Springs City Lake. When completed, Siloam Springs will have a second soft surface trail for cyclists, hikers, trail runners and bird watchers!

The workday is schedule for Sunday, June 4th from 1-5 pm. We'll be working on several projects on the north side of the property. 
We'll meet in the parking lot on the north side of the lake. 

This family friendly volunteer opportunity is open to all ages! Please wear sturdy shoes, bring gloves, water, and snacks. We'll provide the tools.

This workday can be counted as paydirt for AMBCS racers. 

National Trails Day in Eureka Springs
Jun
3
9:00 am09:00

National Trails Day in Eureka Springs

  • Eureka Springs, AR

Saturday of June, American Hiking Society and the trails community invite Americans of all ages and abilities to find their own adventures and discover their unique story at one of the thousands of events hosted throughout the country. Eureka Springs is joining in on that effort and hosting events all day to get you and your family outside on the trails! 

Come out for a community trail build in Eureka Springs at Black Bass Lake from 9am-Noon on Saturday, June 3rd. No experience necessary. Tools will be supplied. Please bring water and work gloves. 

Enjoy lunch at Noon provided by Eureka Springs Parks, Springs & Trails at Harmon Park (532 Spring Street).

At 1pm everyone is welcome to join an in-town Bike Ride with Carroll County Ozark Off Road Cyclists [OORC] members or an in-town Hike with Outdoor Adventures for Women

Come out and support National Trails Day with your friends and family. 

Returning Home Ride
Jun
3
7:30 am07:30

Returning Home Ride

The Returning Home Ride (RHR) will take place Saturday morning, June 3, 2017.  Theroad ride will start at 7:30 a.m.   The three Family Fun ride will begin at 8:00 a.m. Based from our starting point at the Shiloh Square Pavilion, 106 East Emma Ave, Springdale, AR , the RHR offers access to both easy and safe family friendly routes on the Razorback Greenway as well as road route that takes in the best of eastern Washington County, The 50 mile road route will have a rest station atmile 23 and both it and the 28 miles trail routes will have access to a rest station at Walker Park in Fayetteville.  Road route will have SAG support from Lewis and Clark.

Start/Finish: Shiloh Square Pavilion (Springdale)

Cost: Variable ($20-35)

More information: www.returninghomeride.com

City of Fayetteville Mobility Drop-in Workshop
Jun
1
1:30 pm13:30

City of Fayetteville Mobility Drop-in Workshop

  • Fayetteville Public Library

Library Lobby
STAFF PRESENTATIONS AT 2PM & 5PM
Drop by anytime from 1:30pm to6:30pm

The City and Nelson\Nygaard will host a final, third round of public workshops Wednesday, May 31 and Thursday, June 1. This is your chance to help us plan for the next 10 years of mobility projects!
-- Help us refine and prioritize concepts
-- Examine future connections, street types and focus areas
-- Share your transportation values and priorities

For more information, click here

City of Fayetteville Mobility Drop-in Workshop at the Farmer's Market
Jun
1
9:00 am09:00

City of Fayetteville Mobility Drop-in Workshop at the Farmer's Market

  • Fayetteville Farmer's Market

The City and Nelson\Nygaard will host a final, third round of public workshops Wednesday, May 31 and Thursday, June 1. This is your chance to help us plan for the next 10 years of mobility projects!
-- Help us refine and prioritize concepts
-- Examine future connections, street types and focus areas
-- Share your transportation values and priorities

For more information, click here.

City of Fayetteville Mobility Drop-in Workshop & Presentation
May
31
10:30 am10:30

City of Fayetteville Mobility Drop-in Workshop & Presentation

  • Fayetteville Public Library

Walker Room at the Library
STAFF PRESENTATIONS AT 11AM & 1:30PM
Drop by anytime from 10:30am to 2:30pm

The City and Nelson\Nygaard will host a final, third round of public workshops Wednesday, May 31 and Thursday, June 1. This is your chance to help us plan for the next 10 years of mobility projects!
-- Help us refine and prioritize concepts
-- Examine future connections, street types and focus areas
-- Share your transportation values and priorities

For more information, click here.

FAST May Members Meeting
May
30
6:00 pm18:00

FAST May Members Meeting

  • Whole Hog Cafe

oin other FAST members for our May Members Meeting! 

Open to members and non-members, and always on the last Tuesday of the month, these monthly meetings give us a chance to hang out as a club, learn what the club is doing, and how you can get invovled in group rides, trail work days, fundraising events, and more!

For May, we are meeting at Whole Hog in Bentonville. Come at 6 to eat some dinner and hang out before the meeting at 6:30!

Trail Build- Mount Kessler
May
30
5:45 pm17:45

Trail Build- Mount Kessler

  • Mt. Kessler Regional Park

Crazy Mary Trail Build!

Muscle up! This Summer, the OORC is partnering with Progressive Trail Design to build and repair trail on Mt. Kessler! The OORC will be revamping portions of the existing trail system and it’s starting with Crazy Mary, one of the more technical descents on Kessler!

This volunteer opportunity will include large sections of rock work and armory, requiring a larger physical effort than our typical educational trail building projects.

Join us Tuesday May 30th at 5:45pm for a mid-week opportunity to leave a legacy! We’ll meet in the back of the Regional Park on the South side of Mt. Kessler (Judge Cummings Rd.) and shuttle to the top.

Tools provided… wear sturdy shoes and long pants! We’ll play in the dirt until dark.

Arkansas Remembrance Ride
May
29
9:00 am09:00

Arkansas Remembrance Ride

This ride is to honor and remember Arkansans who paid the ultimate sacrifice serving this great country in the US Armed Forces. We are commemorating their service with the Arkansas Remembrance Ride, all over Arkansas.  Ride with the members of the Arkansas Freedom Fund on an Arkansas State trail to pay respect and honor.

The ride will start at three different locations:  The LR River Trail, the Razorback Regional Greenway in Fayetteville and the Delta Heritage Trail in West Helena. 

More information: www.arkansasfreedomfund.org

Farm to "Picnic" Table High-Noon-Roller
May
27
12:00 pm12:00

Farm to "Picnic" Table High-Noon-Roller

  • High Roller Cyclery

Leave the car at home for the day and meet us at the shop or catch us at the Rogers Farmers Market as we grab some picnic fixins our way to Lake Atalanta. We may have a few extra bites to share if you have a buddy who can't carry a ton but hopefully you buddy isn't the whole football squad. All bikes welcome and all cyclist welcome. This is a casual 7 mile fun ride so leave the spandex at home if you aren't wanting to be ridiculed while we are fishin'.

For more information, click here

Fayettechill Bike Month Group Ride
May
26
5:15 pm17:15

Fayettechill Bike Month Group Ride

  • Fayettechill Basecamp

Join us for our third group ride of the year to enjoy community & sunshine along the Razorback Greenway.

Free to the public, the Fayettechill Bike Adventure Series is a chance to enjoy an easeful group ride along the Razorback Greenway with happy-hour pricing stop at Apple Blossom Brewery at the half way point.

We'll all meet at the Fayettechill Basecamp store to hit the trails promptly at 5:30p. GBB Cycling on Block St. will be offering FREE bike tune ups before (arrive between 4:45 - 5:10) if you'd like / need! From there we'll ride 6.7 miles (~40 minute) to Apple Blossom. We'll head back downtown before dark totalling a 13.4 mile roundtrip cruise.

Simple & fun ride. Open to all. Please bring your own bike!

Volunteer Opportunity- Hobbs State Park
May
21
9:00 am09:00

Volunteer Opportunity- Hobbs State Park

  • Townsend's Ridge Road

Please join the #OORC for a volunteer opportunity at Hobbs State Park on Sunday May 21st at 9am! We'll meet at the Townsends Ridge Trail Head for a fun morning of lopping and weedeating ahead of the upcoming War Eagle Trail Run and Annual Battle for Townsends Ridge XC MTB Race!

Please wear sturdy shoes, long pants, gloves and bring hydration (camelbak type works best) and a snack. We'll spend of the morning focused on knocking back the spring growth on the multi-use trails... setting the system up for a great summer of recreation!

Additonally, this will be a AMBCS Paydirt opportunity for racers looking to earn a first place finish by volunteering!

Rain or shine... come make a lasting impact for the outdoor community in getting Hobbs State Park's Hidden Diversity multi-use trail in shape for a seaon of outdoor play!

Come play in the dirt with the #OORC!

Speedway Cycling Charity Bike Ride
May
20
8:00 pm20:00

Speedway Cycling Charity Bike Ride

  • Stepping Stone Sanctuary

STEPPING STONE SANCTUARY

Come join the Charity Bike Ride with Stepping Stone Sanctuary.  It includes prizes, 50 and 12 mile races, a kids obstacle course, horseshoe pitching contest, and a BBQ cooking contest. 

To register, go online, or call Jeff Weaver at (870) - 239-1768

Cost: $35 per race, includes T-shirt, possible prizes, and BBQ Lunch.

Spring Epic Ride- Trail Ride Portion Cancelled
May
20
May 21

Spring Epic Ride- Trail Ride Portion Cancelled

  • Metfield Park Pavilion

EVENT PARTIALLY CANCELLED

For Saturday, the event has been changed to include lunch, pump track races, and adult beverages at Metfield.  If trails dry they will have the shuttles on Sunday.

Unofficial get together at Pedaler’s Pub, starting at 7pm. Live music at the patio. (food and beverages not included with entry cost)

Pending trail conditions– rally on Sunday at the Lake Ann Trailhead from 10am-3pm for some shuttle assisted runs on the Back 40! This event is come and go as you please as the shuttles will be running that whole time. Check FB page for more information: https://www.facebook.com/fasttrails/

Start/Finish: Metfield Park Pavilion (Bella Vista)

More information: www.fasttrails.org

Cyclo Femme- Cancelled
May
20
8:00 am08:00

Cyclo Femme- Cancelled

  • Downtown Activity Center

This national event is coming to NWA-an all level's ride event, put on by women for women. We will have a ride for every type of rider-MTB, Greenway, to advanced road rider. Come join us for a morning of riding together followed by opportunities to hang out and eat together. Giveaways and free items just for participating. This is a free event for women! 
In conjunction with Bike Bentonville and the Walton Family Fitness Center.

For more information, click here. 

Pedal for Hunger
May
20
7:30 am07:30

Pedal for Hunger

First Security Bank is sponsoring a benefit ride for the Food Bank of North Central Arkansas with loops of 25 and 50 miles on May 20, 2017. The rides will start and finish in Mountain Home Arkansas. All proceeds from the road ride will go to the Food Bank of North Central Arkansas. 

Start/Finish: First Security Bank NE (Mountain Home)

Cost: $25

More information: Pedal for Hunger

Bike to Work Day
May
19
7:00 am07:00

Bike to Work Day

Ditch the car and opt for pedal power on national Bike to Work Day (5/19). To keep you rolling on your Friday morning commute, we'll be setting up aid stations throughout Northwest Arkansas, where we'll free coffee, snacks, and bike mechanic services for everyone.

Click here for more information.