The Idaho Stop
Travel with Care NWA Reaches More than 2,000 Students
What it is and why it matters.
Over the past few months, Bonnie Adams has been hard at work educating the next generation of street users.
Arkansas Becomes Fifth State to Pass E-Bike Legislation
All too often in their coverage of vehicle-related fatalities, journalists and reporters pay lip service to the tragedy in question, only to undercut their sentiments by labeling it an “accident.”
Event takes riders down forgotten U.S. 71
HB 2185 paves the way for transportation alternatives in the Natural State.
Become a NICA Coach
Sure there are kicks on Route 66, but dozens of bike riders had their fun on U.S. 71 during the annual Highway 71 Classic bicycle ride.
Proposal to let Arkansas cyclists glide, not stop, at intersections falters
The Arkansas League of the National Interscholastic Cycling Association will host two sessions of New Coach Training in Bentonville (April 8-9) and Little Rock (April 22-23).
Public meeting planned to discuss updated Wedington interchange improvements
A bill that would allow bicyclists to go through an intersection without coming to a full stop if oncoming traffic doesn't "constitute an immediate hazard" failed to win a do-pass recommendation Tuesday from the House Public Transportation Committee.
Columbus House Brewery plans commemorative beer for 2017 Joe Martin Stage Race
The Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department is asking for residents’ input about its updated plans to improve the interchange at Interstate 49 and Wedington Drive in west Fayetteville.
Joe Martin Stage Race celebrates 40th anniversary
Fayetteville’s Columbus House Brewery today announced it will create a commemorative craft beer in recognition of the 40th anniversary of the Joe Martin Stage Race.
Registration open for 2017 Joe Martin Gran Fondo bike ride
The Joe Martin Stage Race is celebrating its 40th anniversary this year.
Fayetteville seeks artists for Trail of Tears mural
Want to experience what it’s like to be a pro cyclist for a day?
Public meeting would discuss bringing popular Northwest Arkansas trail into Southwest Missouri
Fayetteville will soon have more public art on the city’s trail system.
New wayfinding signs installed on Razorback Greenway
Imagine Northwest Arkansas' popular Razorback Greenway one day rolling into Southwest Missouri.
U of A earns Silver Level Bicycle Friendly University award
Trail users in Fayetteville may have noticed several new wayfinding signs that were installed along the Razorback Greenway earlier this month.
Friends and family run for positive change out of catastrophe
The League of American Bicyclists recognized the University of Arkansas with a Silver Bicycle Friendly University award for 2016, a leap forward from the U of A’s 2014 application which only received Honorable Mention.
Fayetteville seeks input on temporary mini-roundabout
It's been a year since Jennifer Bikel was struck and killed by a vehicle in Rogers. Today, friends and family honored her memory with a five-mile, round trip run, which stepped off in Bentonville.
Fayetteville experiments with tactical roundabout downtown
City officials are asking residents to weigh in on a temporary roundabout that was installed Thursday afternoon at the intersection of School Avenue and Spring Street in downtown Fayetteville.
National mountain bike magazine issue featuring NWA trails released
Street design should adhere to the needs of an area and Tactical Urbanism provides a low-cost, quick fix to many of the city’s traffic concerns, according to city transportation and engineering officials.
Lake Fayetteville soft surface nature trail could become one-way route for cyclists
The new issue of Bike Magazine featuring a spread about Northwest Arkansas’ mountain biking trails is now available in print and online.
The singletrack nature trail surrounding Lake Fayetteville could soon become a one-way route for cyclists.