Complete listings for all Arkansas in Ride Guide
Arkansas Highway 7
Ride Distance: 193 miles
Highway 7 is Arkansas' first designated Scenic Byway and it stretches the entire length of the state. This route has been named one of America's top ten motorcycle riding destinations.
Bowie Bottoms MX
Ride Distance: 1 mile
Bowie Bottoms MX is an outdoor Motocross facility that features MX tracks and caters to riders of all ages.
Calico Rock Loop
Calico Rock, AR
Ride Distance: 60 miles
The Calico Rock Loop will take you along two of the better motorcycle touring roads in Arkansas. The starting point at Calico Rock is a historic point of interest in the region with many recreational activities for people of all walks of life.
Eureka Springs to Hagerville Loop
Eureka Springs, AR
Ride Distance: 223 miles
As the Historic Eureka Springs is a wonderful place to go and visit it is difficult to meander through town with an RV or even a pickup truck, so throwing a leg over a trusty steed will be your best bet to meander the streets on your way through. Caves, waterfalls, canyons, and so much more are to be seen and to do along this magnificent route.
Fayetteville Highway 16
Ride Distance: 260 miles
The ride from Searcy to Siloam Springs is one that starts in the northern central part of Arkansas and ends close to the state line of Oklahoma. With several places to stop along the way to rest and fill up with gas, there are really no worries on this ride, except maybe the bugs and squirrels.
Hagarville to Jasper
Ride Distance: 61 miles
The highways between Hagarville and Jasper are as epic of a motorcycle touring road as you could hope for.
Harrison-Eureka Springs Backroads Route
Ride Distance: 132 miles
From the top of the Crescent Hotel to the bottom of the “Pig Trail” on Arkansas Highway 23, the Eureka Springs Backroads Route is a memorable route you will want to take. This 132 mile (roundtrip) ride has 571 curves to keep you occupied, with the estimated time at just under five hours.
Ride Distance: 56 miles
The Jasper Disaster is 56 miles long, with 316 curves and should take you around two hours to complete. You will find gas stops in Harrison, Jasper, Low Gap and Ponca. It’s called the Jasper Disaster because that’s just what it is. It’s got to be the most scenic of all the Harrison rides, and certainly the most “curvy”.
Little Rock to Mountain Home
Little Rock, AR
Ride Distance: 150 miles
This is a 5 hour ride that starts in Little Rock, and goes almost straight north all the way to the Missouri-Arkansas border.
Mountain View Ozark Forest Loop
Mountain View, AR
Ride Distance: 68 miles
The Mountain View Ozark Forest Loop is not for the meek. This day ride features some of the better sportbike roads in Arkansas.
Ouachita Renegade Ranch
Ride Distance: 10 miles
Renegade Ranch is the premier OHV facility in Arkansas and in addition to the private trail system, you will be close to the Wolf Pen Gap ATV Trails located in the Ouachita National Forest as well.