Slow Roll

An image of the Slow Roll Fayetteville series logoThe City of Fayetteville’s Slow Roll bike ride program continues to offer community-oriented bike events for riders of all ages and abilities. These rides last approximately one hour and are slow-paced (averaging about 6 miles per hour) on flat routes through neighborhoods and on paved trails. These rides are casual and fun for families with children, as well as seasoned cyclists.

Don’t have a bike? Feel free to join in on an e-scooter which can easily rented from Veo or Spin on either one of their mobile apps. 

October Slow Roll

When: Thursday, Oct. 7 – event starts at 5 p.m.; ride starts at 6 p.m.
Where: Fayetteville’s Downtown Square during First Thursday Fayetteville, a community centered event that features a combination of music, food, art and fun. The event is produced by Experience Fayetteville, and the theme for October's installment is "Light."
Ride info: From the square, riders will head to and down Dickson Street, ride a stretch of the Razorback Regional Greenway and then explore Wilson Park and Washington-Willow neighborhoods before returning to the First Thursday festivities. 

(Here is a link to the October Slow Roll event page on Facebook; let us know if you're going!)

An image of bikers about to embark on a Slow Roll at First Thursday Fayetteville