Ride Maps & Directions

(Just a reminder – Don’t miss the Free Progressive Insurance/Habitat for Humanity Breakfast Saturday Morning, 8:00-10:30, in the Dickson St. Beer Garden.)

The following five ride routes are the local guy’s suggested “must ride” list for newcomers to the rally, or to those who haven’t been on these routes before.  The Ozarks are packed with great roads, but with limited time to ride and enjoy, try these.   (Admittedly some of these have appeared in the newsletter’s earlier editions, but since the mailing list has grown so much over the past couple of months, a lot of you missed them.)  For more maps of more really good rides, scroll to the bottom of the page.

Pig Trail Ride

The Buffalo River Area

The Lake Fort Smith/Oark Loop

The War Eagle/Eureka Springs Ride

The Winslow Ride

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Bikes, Blues and BBQ Ride Maps

To help make your riding experience more enjoyable we have developed the series of maps listed below.  Click the links, print out the map, and explore the different routes.

We hope you enjoy the maps and if you would like to rate the ride or add a comment please click on the link at the top of the written directions on the left side (for those maps with written directions.  We really think you can read a map without employing written instructions.)

It’s easy to get directions to the starting point from your location:

  1. Open a map from the links above.
  2. Click “Save to My Maps.” This is located on the left side of the page at the top right of the written directions. You will then have to either sign-in with a current Google account name and password or create one. This only takes a few minutes and it’s free!
  3. Then click on the starting point link on the left side.
  4. Click on the box on the map and enter your location next to “Get directions.” Then click, “Go.”
  5. The left column will show you the directions from your location to the start point of the ride map that you have selected.
  6. Finally, click “My Maps” located at the top left under the Google logo to get the directions for the rest of the route.