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Motorcycle Rides | Arkansas

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Ride the Buffalo:

motorycle route buffalo river

The Buffalo River / Eureka Springs Route takes you through the Buffalo River National Park. Ride across the 1930’s iron truss Pruitt Bridge and see one of the greatest concentrations of free-grazing elk in the country. Stop at the Elk Education center to learn more about these magnificent chSquareBannerAd_wBikersArrow_72_150x150creatures and how they came to make their home in Arkansas. Sit with the locals at the Ozark Cafe on the town square in Jasper and return back to Eureka Springs and a stay at the Crescent Hotel.  Biker’s Best rates start at just $109.


RIDE THE FERRY click for video

Route Distance: 110 miles with 378 curves.
Gasoline Locations: Harrison, Bergman, Forsyth, MO and Branson, MO
Time Frame: 3 hours, 30 minutes

The PEEL FERRY route will start by departing Harrison on Scenic Highway 7 North. Follow Highway 7 to Highway 14 East. Follow Highway 14 for a very short distance to AR Highway 268 North. Highway 268 North will intersect with AR Highway 125 where it will pass the Corps of Engineers Park on the right side. Highway 125 dead-ends at the Peel Ferry Crossing. Once you are on the Missouri side of the lake, continue traveling on Missouri Highway 125 to Highway 160 West. Highway 160 will intersect Highway 76 West just east of Forsyth, Missouri. Take Highway 76 West through Branson until it intersects with Highway 65 South. Be sure to enjoy Branson before heading south on U.S. Highway 65 to Harrison.

The Osage Trail

The Osage Trail is a great ride for scenic beauty. It takes you through small towns, scenic countryside and mountain overlooks. In the fall and winter, bald eagles are prevalent around many of the hillsides and fields. The trail meanders through the small community of Osage. Osage was a stopping off point in the old days for travelers heading to Northwest Arkansas. The Osage Clayworks is located in the historic Stamps General Store built in 1901. It is a great representation of the buildings of the times.

Route Distance: 76 miles and 311 curves


Jasper Disaster  View Video

The Jasper Disaster has the name for good reason. Mile for mile, this route is the curviest riding route. The route encompasses the most scenic section of Highway 7, follows Highway 74 over the mountains and joins Highway 43 in Boxley Valley. The scenic beauty of this route is incredible with wonderful overlooks, massive drops in elevation and many opportunities to see wildlife like deer, turkey, elk and eagles. Be sure to enjoy the Elk Education Centers along the route as well as Boxley Valley to view the elk herd.

Route Distance: 56 miles with 316 curves


Ozark Moonshine Run – The Arkansas Dragon

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The Ozark Moonshine Run and DragonTail is without a doubt the most picturesque route in the Ozark Mountains. The route encompasses parts of Scenic Highway 7 and winds through the deepest parts of the Ozarks and Buffalo National River. Along the route you can expect to see magnificent views, ancient bluff lines and the possibility of seeing majestic elk grazing in their natural habitat. Parts of the route makes you feel like you stepped back in time to a slower paced lifestyle. You will see many attractions along the way so take your time and enjoy the scenery but be careful of the many curves along this route. Some parts can be tricky and slightly dangerous.

Route Distance: 110 miles with 662 curves

Attractions on the Route:


Basin, Bluebird, Buffalo, Boxley & a Burger Barn

bphSquareBannerAd_wBikersArrow_72_150x150Leave Eureka Springs early to see the sunrise over amazing vistas like the Bluebird Hill Overlook. Ride through the Buffalo River National Park and stop to watch elk graze near Boxley Valley. Stretch your legs and check out the waterfalls at Lost Valley. Own the road as eagles soar overhead near Kingston. Grab a snack at the Historic Ozark Cafe or the Ozone Burger Barn. See one of the best views in the Natural State at the Arkansas Grand Canyon.  We recommend and Overnight in Downtown Eureka Springs at the Basin Park Hotel. Bikers Best rates start at just $99.

 269 miles

6 hrs 15 min

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