Big Dam Bridge 100
Arkansas’ premier cycling event started in 2006 with the opening of the Big Dam Bridge. The Big Dam Bridge 100 used Burns Park as the Finish line area, but then moved to historic Argenta in North Little Rock to showcase more of central Arkansas. Slowly it has built into an international event, featuring timed rides, onsite photography, the 10-mile family ride, opportunities for fundraising, out-of-state clubs participating with the support of local, regional and national sponsors.
The Big Dam Bridge 100 is a place-builder. This ride promotes one of Arkansas most popular tourist attractions, has influenced the development of trails and other bridges and helps give central Arkansas a reputation as a cycling-friendly community. In addition, thousands of people visit the Little Rock area and enjoy our special brand of southern hospitality while experiencing 100 miles of beautiful scenery and friendly people.
Prevent Injury & Ride Your Best
One of the biggest training mistakes cyclists make is leaving recovery to chance.
Cycling demands a lot from our bodies, if we’re not keeping up with maintenance, then it will eventually break down.
The best way to prevent injury while riding is with targeted mobility and strength work.
Our friends at Dynamic Cyclist have created easy to follow routines, 15 - 20 minutes in length, that will keep you riding pain free all season long.
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