Fayetteville received $500,000 in TAP funds to put towards the cost of a tunnel under Highway 112 where the state plans to rework the intersection at Van Asche Drive.
Categories will include a half-lap race for kids 12 and under, a full-lap race for older kids, and three options for adults.
City officials recently celebrated the completion of the Clabber Creek Trail extension, so we headed out to grab some photos and make a map.
City officials will hold a ribbon-cutting ceremony to celebrate the completion of a project to extend Clabber Creek Trail at 3:30 p.m. Monday, Oct. 25.
After a full day of steady rain, riders finished the afternoon completely drenched in mud during the UCI Cyclocross World Cup races atop Millsap Mountain in Fayetteville.
Tickets to the October race are free, but registration is required.
Runway Bike Park on the campus of the Jones Center in Fayetteville will host the 2021 USA Pump Track Championships Series Final on Saturday, Sept. 4.
The races will require temporary road closures to allow riders to pass through some intersections on their way back into town.
The annual event enters its 44th year this week with over 750 athletes from 27 countries expected to participate.
Construction is underway on what city officials are calling the centerpiece of Centennial Park in south Fayetteville.
The long-awaited project means trail users no longer need to detour south through the Baum-Walker Stadium parking lot.
A new trail segment will soon create a continuous 5-mile loop in south Fayetteville.
Thursday’s event will celebrate the opening of 12 new miles of trails at Devil’s Den, which is home to some of the oldest mountain bike-specific trails in the state dating back to the late 1980s.
With the spring season arriving and bringing warmer temperatures and longer daylight hours, the city’s trail system is seeing an uptick in the use of both paved and soft-surface trails.
The extension project includes a new bridge over Mud Creek to allow Sain Street to extend from Front Street to Joyce Boulevard.