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Freehub Issue 15.1

Freehub Issue 15.1

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Freehub Issue 15.1 // The Arkansas Photo Book (Spring 2024)

Northwest Arkansas’ trail expansion over the past decade is well documented. Much less so is the state’s mountain biking history, which long predates the modern boom of flow trails and easy-to-access singletrack hubs. To kick off our 15th anniversary of independent publishing, Freehub is proud to present the Arkansas Photo Book, a visual field guide and in-depth journal that digs through the rolling Ozark and Ouachita ranges to unearth the Natural State’s storied fat-tire past. Each page adds another layer in understanding how Arkansas grew to become such a notable destination for mountain bikers. From the rocky slopes of Mount Nebo to the twisting labyrinths of Bentonville and Fayetteville, standout trails are outlined in tandem with influential community members working tirelessly to firmly stamp Arkansas as a model for how to build a buzzing bike culture. Grab a copy of 15.1 and plan your own adventure.

Who We Are | Editor's Note
Masthead | Who Did It?
Contributors | Amazing People Behind This Issue
Behind the Scenes | The Arkansas Photo Book Cover Comes Into Focus
Grilled Cheese and Frozen Toes | Nineteen Years of the Buffalo Headwaters Challenge

Old Soul | The Natural State's Rich Off-Road History
The Testing Grounds | Trails Reshape Communities in Northwest Arkansas
In Pursuit of the Unpaved | The Remote Roots of Arkansas Mountain Biking
Slow Boil | Central Arkansas' Trail Scene Begins to Simmer

Photo: Riley Seebeck
Riders: Jen Brazil (front) and Johanna Flores


Paper made from recycled material (FSC® C013252)

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