Moab Bike Shuttle
Porcupine Rim Shuttle / LPS and the Pre-Enchilada Early Bird Shuttle
Hazard County Shuttle picks up at the Porcupine Rim parking area, located along the beautiful Colorado River adjacent to Grandstaff Campground. This is the end of the Whole Enchilada trail system and the world-famous Porcupine Rim mountain biking trail. Porcupine Rim is one of Moab’s original trails which helped to make the Moab area a mountain biking mecca. We service the Porcupine Rim trail, LPS, and the Pre-Enchilada Early Bird Shuttle from this parking area.
Parking your car here will provide fast and easy access to your vehicle. Which means immediate food, water, and shelter once your ride is complete. If you rented a bike in town, this is a great option for you, ensuring that you return it to the bike shops on time, and avoid additional costly rental charges.
There are numerous reasons why people don’t or can’t ride back to town after an epic day of riding in Moab. Whether it’s a mechanical, lack of food or water, encroaching weather, injury, or pure exhaustion, we’ve got you covered.
Falcon Flow Shuttle
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Mag 7 Shuttle
There are three main exit locations on the Mag-7 trail. Hazard County Shuttle provides you with the ability to exit the trail at any one of these locations without having to ride back into town.
- Gemini Bridges Road (intermediate/advanced riders)
- Poison Spider (expert riders)
- Portal Trail (expert riders)
BAR-M / Moab Brands – Intermediate / Advanced Riders (most popular!)
This is a great option if you want to skip Gold Bar, Portal, and Poison Spider. Exit Gemini Bridges road, and proceed on the paved bike path to the tunnel under HWY 191. If your legs are still fresh, log some additional miles on the Moab Brands/Bar-M single tracks. The area is quite user-friendly and has trail maps located at each trail.
Poison Spider Mesa Trail – Advanced Riders
Portal Trail – expert riders only recommended
The Portal Trail is a significantly advanced single track, and is suggested for highly advanced and expert riders ONLY. It has extremely narrow exposed sections, combined with super technical moves. People have died on this trail! We do not advise the mindset of “I’ll just hike the technical sections”. This endangers other riders that are trying to clean these sections. The trail is very narrow, leaving no room to navigate around bottlenecks that occur, when people hike their bikes down. If you are riding the Portal trail, park your car at the Jaycee Campground located on Potash Road / HWY 279.