Plan Your Next Cycling Adventure
There is no better way to discover the natural beauty of Northwest Arkansas than on two wheels.
Find out why Bentonville is called the "Mountain Biking Capital of the World" by dropping in on the expertly crafted trails just blocks from our front door. If you prefer a more leisurely ride, roll through the Crystal Bridges Trail on your way to the stunning Crystal Bridges Art Museum.
Up for a challenge? Complete the "Square 2 Square"; a 30 mile route along the scenic Razorback Greenway connecting Bentonville's Square to Fayetteville's Square. Or push your limits by grinding out the Arkansas High Country Gravel Route.
There are even trails designed specifically for the kids. Watch the excitement on your children's faces as they discover the joy of mountain biking on trails designed just for them.
And don't forget to check out our electric bike fleet. An e-bike will let you ride further and happier than you have ever ridden before. Who knew you could go so fast?
Click on the link below to book your reservation online. Additional information about specific rental categories, models, and availability can be viewed through the link.
Reserve Your Bike
Click the link above to book a reservation at the Bentonville shop online or feel free to give us a call at (479) 715-6170 during business hours. Walk-ins are also welcome. We highly recommend contacting each shop ahead of time to make a reservation in order to ensure that the bike you want is available and ready to take you on an adventure as soon as you arrive at our shop.
Rental Day Rate
Please note that rental durations are based on a day rate that is defined by an end-of-day return. A bike rented for one day is picked up and dropped off on the same day. If a two day rental is selected, the bike needs to be dropped off by the end of the second day. A rental "day" is not a 24 hour period from the time of pick up.
All rentals include a helmet and pedals. Flat repair kits and locks are provided upon request (see "extras" in online booking).
There are no cancellation fees for reservations.
It is advisable to avoid riding trails with built up dirt trail features after recent rainfall. Some sections of the trail system may close if rainfall is significant. Fortunately, there are many miles of trails nearby that drain exceptionally well and are accessible even during light rain (Hobbs State Park and the Back 40 Trail Network). After precipitation, nearly all local trails are rideable after a day of warm sunshine.
For current trail conditions check the following links: