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Meet at BDB in Little Rock for a ride to the Old Mill in NLR for Sandwiching in History. If you want to meet us there, the tour is at noon.
Contact: Coreen Frasier, 501-952-8900
CANCELLED Rides up to 100 miles with lunch.
Several distances for this supported ride.
Contact: Madison Weaver, 870-739-6041, email Madison
Meet at Patmos, about 20 miles south of Hope for a 15 mile ride each way on a packed dirt rail trail to Stamps for lunch and return. Touring or mountain bikes needed. Register for this ride for more information in case of weather, etc.
Contact: Jim Britt, 501-912-1449 cell
Ride from the Pinnacle Mt. State Park picnic area for about 39 miles around Wye Mt. The club member coming in closest to his/her predicted time wins the trophy for the year.
Contact: Jim Britt, 501-912-1449
CANCELLED The event will start in Burns Park again with great food afterwards. More information later.
Dinner Friday night and a gravel grinder option on April 26. Ride lengths up to 100 miles of flat delta riding. Option to come down the night before. The ride supports the Boys and Girls Club in McGehee.
35 mile ride with lunch to support the local senior center.
With Delta Roots Music Festival with 30 minute rest stop with kayaks at Storm Creek Lake.
Info / Register
The 30 mile ride leaves from Fayetteville. We have stayed at Best Western on the south side of F'ville. It is on the trail, 2-3 miles south of mile "0."
More info. soon. Registration opens Feb. 10.
Starts at Spring Park, 403 S. Main St., Searcy.
Contact: Bruce Burkheimer, 501-827-3668, email Bruce
Save the date for this ride and more info.
Rides up to 50 miles. More info later.
Tentative schedule for the Ohio to Erie Trail through Ohio. We estimate 5-6 days with a commercial shuttle to return to Cincinnati.
Ohio to Erie Trail
Info: Jim Britt, 501-912-1449
Meet at the parking lot next to the mini-mart gas station on South Main at 12th St. for a slow group ride to the Capitol to remember those killed while bicycling. (Preliminary info)
This event will have gravel rides and road rides of 13, 25, 55, 65, and 85 miles with Fun Aid stations. Also, an all-paved trail system sightseeing option
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:
Supported rides up to 62 miles from downtown Warren. A portion of the proceeds supports juvenile diabetes.
More info. later on this supported ride. The route is not yet announced.
Tour de Nebraska
7313 Terry St., Ft. Smith.
A flat, fast road bike ride with 62-mile, 40-mile and 28-mile routes and four rest stops. Attend the finish line party.
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.
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.
The 30 mile ride leaves from Bentonville.
The ride begins from Sheridan Community Center, 1511 S. Rose St. (Hwy 46) and the pavilion. We have a "secret" 40 mile and 80 mile course as well as the 25, 50, 62, and 100 milers through scenic ranch and timber land in Grant and Hot Springs Counties. Registration opening in June
Preliminary dates and schedule, from JJ's Truck stop east of Malvern on I-30.
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 -- 38 mi.
Day 5 back to Malvern -- 39 mi.
Day 1 (Friday): 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: Janice Peters, 501-952-8848; Jim Britt, 501-912-1449, email Jim
Map to start
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.)
30 mile loop ride into east Pulaski County and return with lunch option at the end. Meet at the Kroger parking lot at McCain and North Hills Blvds., NLR.
Map of Start
Ride Leader: Jim Britt, 501-912-1449 email
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