Bentonville mountain biking is quite the buzz in MTB circles around the world! Cyclists from across the globe come to experience the natural beauty and ultimate challenges of Bentonville’s mountain bike trails. 1.5 miles per week of new trails are being added to the existing trail systems, and there’s almost an unlimited variety of routes you can take in the Mountain Bike Capital of the World.
Whether you’re a beginner or an experienced enthusiast, you will love the breathtaking, progressively demanding, premier area trails including Slaughter Pen and Coler Mountain Bike Preserve as well as two more that are easily accessible via the Razorback Regional Greenway including The Back 40 and Little Sugar. Currently there are more than 250 miles of Trails to explore.
Discover the hollers and ravines of Little Sugar; shred the gnar at Coler MTB Preserve, a world-class mecca for avid cyclists; ride Slaughter Pen, a unique urban mountain biking experience with more than 40 + miles of singletrack; or quench your thirst for adventure on The Back 40, a genuine cross-country singletrack trail system including limestone rock gardens, meadows, bridges, bluffs, lake views, pine tree groves, and golf course crossing.
Bentonville has a solid biking foundation and exciting cycling culture where you can find a group with a similar level of expertise and interests. Some of the best ways to meet new people is to get out on the trails or frequent some of the popular hangouts where cyclists meet before and after a day on the trails.
There’s a robust support structure that exists to support the biking community including repair shops, bike rentals, bike-friendly places to stay, local favorite eateries and hangouts, pump tracks and guided tours. Click on the images below to go to articles related to Bentonville Arkansas mountain biking.
Bike friendly airbnbs, vrbos and hotels cater to the culture, and many local hangouts and restaurants are set up to provide space for cyclists to talk about their latest conquest or biff on the year-round trails.