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This 239 mile ride begins and ends in the town of Mena and follows the famous Queen Wilhelmina Scenic Drive (AR 88).  It also traverses through the Ouachita National Forest.
The Mena Loop - 239 miles (Arkansas)
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This 59 mile ride follows along the Ozark Plateau and offers plenty of long sweeping curves.
Alpina to Springdale - 59 miles (Arkansas)
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This 78 mile ride with it’s proximity to Harrison and the beautiful scenery makes it a popular ride among the locals.
Lead Hill to Wesley - 78 miles (Arkansas)
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This 24 mile ride is located in the N.W. corner of the state and while it is a relatively short ride, it does have some nice long sweepers, and is an ideal ride for that “after work” stress reliever.
Maysville tp Bella Vista - 24 miles (Arkansas)
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This 44 mile ride begins in the Missouri town of Moody, and continues south to the Arkansas lakeside community of Salesville at the Southern most tip of Norfork lake.
Moody to Salesville - 44 miles (Arkansas)
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This 72 mile ride covers some of the prettiest scenery in Arkansas, covers a variety of land types, some hilly and curvy through the climb out of the Arkansas River Valley to the flatness and lushness of the Arkansas River Valley.
Arkansas River Run - 72 miles (Arkansas)
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The views of the river are fantastic if you care to slow the pace down but the curves begin immediately upon crossing the Kings River bridge and don't let up for almost 10 miles as you climb up through the foothills of the Ozarks.
Eureka Springs to Berryville - 17 miles (Arkansas)
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This short 6 mile ride includes 4 miles of rolling hills and then a very steep climb.  The mountain scenery is awesome. There are tons of deer on top, but you'll ride so slow they are not a problem. Views of the valley below are breath-taking.
Mount Nebo Run - 6 miles (Arkansas)
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This 94 mile ride takes in the beautiful scenery of the St. Francis National Forest.  
Pangburn to Dover - 94 miles (Arkansas)
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This 59 mile ride includes the area south of Mt. Judea known as the Arkansas Dragon.  With plenty of  twisties and switchback, makes it one of Arkansas top 5 rides.
The Arkansas Dragon - 59 miles (Arkansas)
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Devil's Den State Park is an Arkansas icon.  This 23 mile ride is Nestled deep in an Ozark valley, Devil's Den connects you to picturesque Lee Creek Valley and the craftsmanship and conservation legacy of the Civilian Conservation Corps.
Devils Den Run - 23 miles (Arkansas)
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This 223 mile ride covers some of Arkansas’s best scenic byways, and takes you past the famous Pedestal Rock scenic area.  It has various elevation changes, and lots of twisties.
Mountian Home / Pedestal Rock Loop - 223 miles (Arkansas)
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