Build, Maintain and Preserve
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Build, Maintain and Preserve

That is the motto of the Ozark Off Road Cyclists (OORC) – a 20-year-old volunteer powered trail-building organization based in Northwest Arkansas. The club is one of the oldest organizations in the state pioneering the way for Arkansas singletrack. They are proud...
Danny MacAskill | Northwest Arkansas
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Danny MacAskill | Northwest Arkansas

Last October, legendary street trials rider Danny MacAskill visited Northwest Arkansas while we hosted one of the biggest mountain bike events in the country — the IMBA World Summit. Danny, one of the world’s most popular cyclists, is touring the country...
Get to know Oz Trails a little better
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Get to know Oz Trails a little better

When to ride the Oz Trails (spoiler: we’re open year-round). We are very fortunate to have year-round riding here in the Ozark Mountains. While we do experience cold temperatures in January/February, they usually don’t stick around very long. For example, it is...
Oz Trails – Fall Foliage
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Oz Trails – Fall Foliage

If you haven’t had the chance to check out Oz Trails in the fall, you’re missing out! The fall foliage here is awesome! Check out some of the pictures from our trails below.
Oz Trailer Interview – Rob Grunnagle
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Oz Trailer Interview – Rob Grunnagle

Name: Rob Grunnagle We recently interviewed local Oz Trailer, Rob Grunnagle of Ozark Cycling Adventures. Check out his Q&A below! How long have you been riding? I started mountain biking back in 2000 after I broke my collarbone and gained about twenty pounds due...
Interview with Oz Trailer Tandie Bailey
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Interview with Oz Trailer Tandie Bailey

Name: Tandie Bailey How long have you been riding? Since I was 18– my brother worked for Progressive Trail Design back then and helped build the DJ Park and Phase1 of Slaughter Pen around 2008; he’d hang out up there and ride, I wanted to be a part of...