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105 Mile - This takes you south on Hwy 71 through Rudy AR, down a stunning backroad to Hwy 220, which is bike gem! Looping back towards Fayetteville through Devil's Den State Park and Hogeye. Even the locals praised this course as one of the best routes they have ridden.
65 mile - This is the same route used by the UCI Women use during the Joe Martin Stage Race (except for the last couple miles to the finish). It takes you south on Hwy 71 through Winslow and into Devil's Den State Park. After the switchbacks and climb out of Devl's Den you will loop back into Fayettteville through Hogeye.
30 mile - This route takes you south on Hwy 71 through West Fork over to Hogeye and back into Fayetteville on Hwy 265.
Lucky 13 - This route takes you south into Greenland and loops back with a hill climb followed by a downward descent almost all the way to the finish line!! Less than 600' of elevation gain.
Gravel 44 - Enjoy some climbing as well as riding along the creek on this route. You will loop through the backroads of Brentwood and West Fork before coming back into Fayetteville.
Gravel 70 - This route cancelled for 2023
Paved Razorback Greenway Options - Family Friendly! New to bike riding? Try one of the following routes...
- Walker Park Loop - Check out the 4 mile loop! Starting from Walker Park, enjoy a 4-mile loopthrough Fayetteville's Southtown. Heading counterclockwise, this route links large sections of Fayetteville's paved trail network with widen side paths along Razorback Rd. to create a fun loop that starts and ends from the park. With only 107ft of elevation change, you'll find this route to be mostly flat.
- Day on the Greenway - Ready for a bit more of a challenge but not the open road yet? Spend the day on the Razorback Greenway with this 21 mile ride from Walker Park around Lake Fayetteville.
- Park to Park - Visit Fayetteville's first two public parks on this 5.4 mile route