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Meet at All Souls Church at noon for a ride down toward England. The drive in might be open in England if we get that far.
Jim Britt: 501-912-1449
Meet at the park on Railroad St., a block west of Hwy 89 in Mayflower for a loop around the airport and optional coffee stop. Be sure to call if there is a chance of rain.
Contact: Jim Britt; 501-912-1449
This 35 mile ride supports the Senior Center. Register at 7:00 a.m. at the ride start at 1101 Spring Street, Mountain Home, AR. Mail in the attached registration before April 10th to be pre-registered.
Contact: Lynne Weaver; 870-424-3054, email
The 30 mile ride leaves from Fayetteville.
Previous info to be updated: from Historic Marlsgate. Routes from 15 miles to 50 miles winding through Lonoke County on flat, farm roads. But don’t let the terrain fool you, this is a true gravel grinding course. Add in the Dirty Fondo Levee Run and the Pit of Misery and you’ll be ready to return to Marlsgate for lunch with your friends. Look for the link on the Little Rock Dirty Fondo facebook page. This ride supports Recycle Bikes for Kids.
Charlie Hart; email 501-590-9525
Supported rides up to 62 miles from downtown Warren. A portion of the proceeds supports juvenile diabetes.
Tour de Tomato info
Info and Registration
Rides up to 50 miles using the Razorback Greenway Trail.
This 5 day loop ride is in south central Nebraska this year.
Tour de Nebraska
3rd annual; rides up to 100 miles to support Compassion Center. Begins at the Square, 117 N. Jefferson, Magnolia.
Register at Bikereg
A flat, fast road bike ride with 62-mile, 40-mile and 28-mile routes and four rest stops. Register below to support the Marilyn Fulper Fund with your $15 donation.
From: All Souls Church 4601 Walker's Corner Road, Scott, AR
Contact: Charlie Hart, email Charlie
We will have riders for this ride in Michigan. Bus shuttle at end of the ride at Mackinac City or pre-shuttle from there.
Preliminary info. The ride is now beginning at the old River Trail Station just down river from the submarine. If you are coming to LR, consider staying at Firehouse Hostel and coasting down to the start in the morning.
CARTI’s Tour de Rock will test your endurance! Choose from one of our five pancake-flat routes: 25, 50, 62, 80, and 100 miles. Well supported ride, plenty of rest stops and a fantastic after-party complete with music, exhibitors, great food, and lots of cold beer. Traditional shotgun start beginning at 6:30 a.m. for 100 milers and continuing in 10 minute intervals with the 25 milers taking off last. For additional information, route planning tools and to register, visit our event landing pages:
We will have riders for this ride with a camping option with the livestock showers.We usually get the Friday night spaghetti dinner and the Saturday breakfast.
The rides will be from Pickwick Landing State Park and David Crockett S.P. The ride will move to another park mid-week. Tenting and lodge options.
Rides up to 62 miles using the Razorback Greenway Trail.
The 30 mile ride leaves from Bentonville.
Road rides up to 65 miles as well as family and gravel rides. You will also get admission to King Biscuit Blues.
50 Registration will be at bikereg.com about June 15th.
Supported rides up to 100 miles with suggested lodging in town.
Preliminary dates and schedule, from JJ'ss Truck stop east of Malvern on I-30. We may go through Hot Springs to Glenwood on Day 2 and then to DeGray.
Day 1 to Lake Catherine State Park -- 25 mi. Cabin Reservations
Day 2 to Lake DeGray S.P. -- 38 mi. Lodge, 877-879-2741.
Day 3 to Glenwood Country Club -- 39 mi.
Day 4 back to DeGray -- 32 mi.
Day 5 back to Malvern -- 39 mi.
Day 1 (Monday): Park at JJ's Truck Stop, 9 mile east of Malvern along I-30 to Lake Degray: 40 miles. NOTE: We do not ride on I-30. We take Old Military Road to Malvern and Hwy 84. If you need a car repair, you can leave it with Darrin near JJ's while we are gone, Dowdle's Auto Body, 501-315-1857.
Register for updates. Riders must be ABC members.
Contacts: Jim Britt, 501-912-1449, email Jim
Ride leaves from Ferndale, probably Pleasant Grove Baptist Church, at the corner of Kanis and Ferndale cutoff. Lunch on the way. We will likely have a sag for our luggage. Riders may enter the Spa Run on Saturday, 10K run or 5K run or walk (we have an Arkansas Bicycle Club team if you register).
Hotel Hot Springs: 501-623-6600
Contact: Jim Britt, 501-912-1449, firstname.lastname@example.org
The annual 24 mile ride will go south to Arch Street Pike, west on 65th St, south on Scott Hamilton and Hilaro Springs Road and east, back on Willow Springs to Arch Street. The base ride goes north on Arch St. to Dixon Road and through Sweet Home or an optional return on 145th St. and Ironton Road for more miles.
Contact Jim: 501-912-1449; email Jim
We'll leave from the new Conway airport, at the end of Hwy 89, west of Mayflower. A car will take our luggage to the park. Reserve your lodge room or cabin at the park yourself. Join ABC to ride.
Mather Lodge: 501-727-5431 (the online reservation form may show no rooms. We are about the only ones there this time of year.)
This ride will go to Mayflower or Conway to see the total solar eclipse. Totality is 1:51 - 1:54pm in Little Rock and longer up the road. More information later. We may start at Cook's Landing or Mayflower.
Address: P.O. Box 250817, Little Rock, AR 72225-0817
Phone: (501 912-1449