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Ride across MO with a shuttle return. Eat at local restaurants or food trucks on the way.
Annual 5 day supported ride. Route is announced early in the year.
Ride from (Chaffee Crossing) 7313 Terry Street, Fort Smith, Arkansas with lunch. Rides up to 100 miles.
TG poster 2018.pdf
This leaderless ride will go to NLR Airport for the hot breakfast. From Cook's Landing, ride up Military Dr. and around Camp Robinson entrance and eventually left on Remount and go up the road to "NLR Airport" entrance. Go to the end of the street and you'll see cars at the EAA Building/hanger. Options are to return directly, do the Kellogg Acres Loop, or come down Remount/Camp Robinson Road to get on the Levy Trail and Parker Street route to the River Trail.
This a Sunday ride from 5668 Poplar, Memorial Park in east Memphis with a free breakfast.
Time and location are pending. We have a couple different options to the regular Wye Mt. route....Kellogg Acres loop using the NLR Airport and the New Year Day ride.
We will have at least 4 riders for this event, including the ride to Niagara Falls. You'll need a passport to return to the U.S. on the Niagara Falls pre-ride. Registration opens January 2018.
In place of our regular July meeting, if you are free, go to RBFK's work evening with BACA on this 2nd Thursday. They'll have a food truck there.
A flat, fast road bike ride with 62-mile, 40-mile and 28-mile routes and four rest stops. Attend the finish line party including a watermelon feast, Loblolly ice cream and chocolate milk, live music, and a bicycle raffle. Register on site before the ride, $15 to support bicycle advocacy and helmets for kids.
Contact: Charlie Hart, email Charlie
We should have a couple riders again for this ride. You must register by April 1.
Register here for this annual ride. Local lodging is nearly gone.
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Begin at Fall Creek Falls State Park. The ride will move to another park mid-week.
Annual long and short rides up Rich Mt. and Queen Wilhelmena State Park and then riding the ridges back to Mena. Rides of 30, 50, and 70 miles. Ride starts and ends at Janssen Park, Mena with a burger lunch.
The ride begins on Riverfront Dr., east of Willow in NLR and ends in Argenta. Rides up to 100 miles.
We will ride to Central High for National Bike to a National Park Day, sponsored by Adventure Cycling Association. More information later.
Contact: Jim Britt, 501-912-1449; firstname.lastname@example.org
Registration is not yet open.
You can stay at Lake DeGray State Park Lodge that first night, Thursday, 877-879-2741, for reservation. A 2 queen bed room without a lake view is $100 + tax. You can also camp further down the road and come back to the lodge for meals. Must be an ABC member by the time of the ride.
Day 1 (Thurs): Park at JJ's Truck Stop, 9 mile east of Malvern along I-30 to Lake Degray: 38 miles
Day 2 (Fri): Lake DeGray to Glenwood via Amity: 38 miles, staying at Glenwood Country Club, 800-833-3110.
Day 3 (Sat): Glenwood to Amity to Shouse Ford Camp: 22 miles
Day 4 (Sun): Shouse Ford to Lake DeGray:17 miles
Day 5 (Mon): Lake DeGray to JJ's: 38 miles
Register for updates. Riders must be ABC members.
Contacts: Janice Peters, 501-952-8848; Jim Britt, 501-912-1449, email Jim
40 mile out and back road ride and also a gravel ride available to Pedestal Rock//Lick Fork.
Map to start
Ride leaves from Ferndale, probably Pleasant Grove Baptist Church, at the corner of Kanis and Ferndale cutoff. Lunch on the way. We will have a sag vehicle to bring our baggage. Ride will return Sunday. 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). We will stay at Hotel Hot Springs at the Convention Center. Free breakfast at the hotel.
Hot Springs Hotel: Reservations; 877-623-6697 (Ask for Spa Run rate)
Contact: Jim Britt, 501-912-1449, email@example.com
We'll leave from the new Conway airport, at the end of Hwy 89, east of Mayflower. A car will take our luggage to the park. Reserve your lodge room or cabin at the park yourself.
Mather Lodge: 501-727-5431 (do not use the online reservation form, it shows no rooms but they have them.)
The ride will leave from the Narrows at Greers Ferry Lake and go to Prim for lunch and on to Mt. View on low traffic roads, for 40 hilly miles total each way. We will have sag support for our gear. We will stay at Wildflower B&B. Please join ABC and register for this event if you may go.
Contact: Jim Britt, 501-912-1449; email Jim
Park at the far end of the Convention Center parking lot. Lunch at Home Plate Cafe on the way into the hinterlands. Parking at primitive Irons Fork camp the first night and Crystal Springs camp the second night. Must be an ABC member to ride. Register your interest for more information later.
Preliminary date on our next week long tour.
6 and 8 day ride options with breakfast and dinners. Rest stops each day. This year, the ride will stay in each town 2 nights. Registration should open in mid-January. We will have riders for this, leaving the Arkansas heat.
Address: P.O. Box 250817, Little Rock, AR 72225-0817
Phone: (501 912-1449