Kids Bike Programs
NW Arkansas

Come Along For the Ride In The Land Of OZ

Year Round Kids Bike Programs Across NW Arkansas

Pre-K & Elementary Ages

Learn To Pedal Classes

Afterschool Programs

Bike Clubs

Weekend Classes

Summer Camps

Private Lessons

Birthday Parties

2 Full Service Family Bike Shops in Bentonville, Arkansas

New Bikes for Kids
Electric Cargo Bikes
Adult bikes for Moms, and Dads
Helmets, Clothing, and All The Accessories
Service and Repairs
Bike Rentals

Sign Up For School Year Programming
7 Days / Week

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For Fall, Winter, and Spring bicycle programming, start with your child’s age

For kids 5+

You can start with your child’s ability level

Currently on training wheels
Balance Bike

Wobbly Pedaler
No Training Wheels

Confident Pedaler on Pavement
Beginning to ride beginner mountain bike trails

Confident on beginner mountain bike trails.
Beginning to ride intermediate mountain bike trails.

Confident on intermediate mountain bike trails.
Comfortable hitting small to midsize jumps.

Come See Us at Our Shops

Buddy Pegs HQ
3605 NW Wishing Springs Dr. Rd
Bentonville, AR 72712

Buddy Pegs 8th Street
801 SE 8th St,
Bentonville, AR 72712

Buddy Pegs Helps You Be An Adventure Family

Adventure Family [ ad-ven-cher famlē ]:

Parents and children who enjoy exciting and bold experiences in nature, together.

We believe raising children with a healthy relationship with outdoor adventure is the key to lifelong self-confidence, happiness, and connection.

We believe bicycles are more than they appear to be – they are the most amazing family adventure vehicles.

Whether you are a full on bike family or simple bike-curious, we want to help your family continue on your adventure! Our kids bike school, bike clubs, bike classes, bike camps are only the beginning.

“Time in nature is not leisure time; it’s an essential investment in our children’s health
(and also, by the way, in our own).”
― Richard Louv, Last Child in the Woods: Saving Our Children from Nature-Deficit Disorder

“Adventure is embracing the unknown and venturing into it with a good knowledge of our skills, as well as the experiences we are lacking, so that we can take appropriate risks. If we embrace adventure as parents, we push the limits on what is possible with children and break free of social norms for the purpose of teaching them the realities of life in an unconventional way.”
-Meghan J. Ward of