Bentonville, Arkansas is fast becoming one of the top cycling destinations in North America. International Mountain Biking Association(IMBA) has ranked Bentonville a Silver-Level Ride Center. We have over 140 miles of hard and soft trails for you and your family to explore. Whether you are an experienced rider or a beginner Bentonville has something for everyone to enjoy.

Located in the foothills of the Ozark Mountains Bentonville is easily accessible from most major cities by air and just a short drive from Kansas City, Dallas, Oklahoma City, St Louis and Little Rock. The fall foliage is not to be missed, gorgeous vistas lit up with gold, orange, yellow and red (and everything in between) are visible from late October through mid-November. Blessed by mild winters and a shady canopy in the summer Bentonville is a place where you can ride 365 days of the year, weather permitting.

After a great day of riding you are sure to work up a thirst, stop in to one of our local breweries and grab a pint, or get a bite to eat at one of our locally owned restaurants. Known for our High South cuisine, Bentonville is bringing southern hospitality to a whole new level, from fine dining to farm to table, what we have on the menu is not to be missed.

While in town be sure to check out Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art. Founded in 2005 by the Walton Family Foundation. Crystal Bridges’ permanent collection spans five centuries of American masterworks ranging from the Colonial era to the current day. Bentonville is best known as the home of Walmart, located downtown on the square, the Walmart Museum is the original location of the Walton 5&10. The Museum of Native American History is not to be missed, with artifacts dating over 14,000 years old you can take a walk through prehistoric history.

Let the adventure begin, we invite you to come join us, check out our trails, see world class art, take in the sites, enjoy some great food and local brew and see what this new American town is all about.