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Rogers Cycling Festival Presented by Arvest on April 30

ROGERS, Ark. (KNWA/KFTA) — In partnership with the City of Rogers, the Rogers Cycling Festival (RCF) is a family-friendly event coming on Saturday, April 30.…

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ROGERS, Ark. (KNWA/KFTA) — In partnership with the City of Rogers, the Rogers Cycling Festival (RCF) is a family-friendly event coming on Saturday, April 30.

According to a press release, participants are invited to check-in from 9:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. at the Frisco Plaza in Downtown Rogers. Before riding, be sure to check out the many booths set up featuring local businesses and grab complimentary merchandise and accessories.

About This Year’s Festival
Every part of the ride is on trails and sidewalks at this year’s RCF and takes place on The Railyard Loop Ride, a 15+ mile ride that loops the entire city of Rogers. Riders are encouraged to track their progress by using the Strava app. View the loop here.

New Mountain Biking Trails Coming to RCF
New to this year’s festival are mountain biking trails spanning 12+ miles at Lake Atalanta. The city of Rogers, in partnership with the Walton Family Foundation, is unveiling this new trail to provide users of all experience levels with a place to ride in Downtown Rogers. The trails will provide a beginner-level loop counterclockwise around the park, complementing intermediate and advanced-level trails. View a map of the new project here .

Kids Crit
The Rogers Cycling Festival along with Bike School Bentonville, Ozark Outdoor Foundation in conjunction with OZ Trails presented by Walmart, announces the expansion of the Walmart Oz Kids Crit for 2022. Organizers are pleased to bring the race series to Rogers, Fayetteville and Springdale, […]

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