Bike the Railyard

The Railyard Bike Park

Activities

Mountain Biking

Skill

Intermediate

Season

Spring, Summer, Autumn

Added by

Jess Curren

Bathrooms
Easy Parking
Family Friendly
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Man-made features, jumps, pump track, and a skills park in Rogers, AR. 

Northwest Arkansas is aiming to be the premier mountain biking spot in the US and so far they are doing a great job. Located in Rogers, AR the Railyard is an incredible man-made bike park. 

Novice, Intermediate, and Advanced routes criss-cross the terrain with jumps, berms, and even a rail car to ride through. 

Our kids had fun on the small pump track and skills park, and even ventured on some of the other novice trails. My husband and I rode some of the intermediate sections, but even those were a little above my head. 

Nearby there's also a few cross-country trails and even a paved trail so there's definitely something for everyone!

The park closes down if its rained recently to maintain the integrity of the trails, but you can check their Facebook page for the status. 

We loved they had a bike cleaning station as our bikes got plenty dirty with the fine, red dirt that is everywhere. 

For more information check out their website.

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Awesome!

One of the best bike parks ever! Another reason I love Northwest Arkansas! Great photos

Activities

Mountain Biking

Skill

Intermediate

Season

Spring, Summer, Autumn

Added by

Jess Curren

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