Most rides start/stop at the Rogers Activity Center.
We have plenty of parking and are connected directly to the trail.
Elevation Gain: 368ft
With lots of places to stop this is a great way to see Rogers and some of the many spur trails that are around. This is a pretty flat ride with only one slight climb. If you are looking for an easier ride with some length to it, jump on the Railyard Loop.
This loop is fairly well-traveled by walkers, riders, and runners and can be congested at times. A great place if you are looking for an easy ride with the kids. Easy to go around a few times if you are trying to get a few miles in.
This is a great stretch of road to really get those legs moving. A fairly flat and straight ride with a turn around at the park in Avoca. This is a favorite there and out from the Rogers Cycling Festival.
Downtown Rogers to Downtown Springdale via spur & Razorback Greenway. Then to Fayetteville via Razorback Greenway. You will need transportation back, or you can make it there an back (55 miles) with lots of places available for breaks and food.
This is a mix of road and trail. The stints of the road are fairly well-traveled by bikers. There is one heavy climb but it's worth it. If you haven't had a chance to ride through Coler this is an amazing way to do it.