Bikes on Spring Street; Spring Street, main drag through the 1890s Victorian town of Eureka Springs. Because of the unique character of the city, as well as its proximity to great riding, Eureka has become a popular location for riders.
Eureka Springs Rider; The Historic Loop through Eureka offers a great ride through the heart of the city. Remember to be a courteous rider, run at idle, and don't rack your pipes in town. Not everyone enjoys the sound of straights rumbling through the canyon-like walls of downtown.
Eureka Springs, Arkansas; This Victorian town is a favorite destination for riders to the Ozarks. It's quaint charm and old-world qualities are matched only by the quality and excitement of the roads in the Ozarks. Shown here is one of the over 63 springs which give rise the its name. The springs were purported to have medicinal properties and were used as such by both local indians and white settlers as such through the early 1900s.
Summer at Basin Park; Basin Park is one of the 63 historic springs that give Eureka Springs its name. It's a gathering place for locals and visitors alike. Many historians think that the springs of Eureka Springs many have been the source of the legend of the Fountain of Youth, sought after by the Spanish explorer DeSoto.
Friendly Riders on Highway 62; You're going to meet a lot of friendly people in the Ozarks... like these folks on Highway 62 west of Eureka Springs. Wave back, give a nod, or just a lift of the left hand.
Z Riders Rally; Whether you ride alone or with others, you'll be sure to meet others who share you interest in the open road in the Eureka Springs and the Ozarks. These Z riders enjoyed a rally in Eureka.