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Best Mountain Bike Rentals and Tours in UT - Moab

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Double Down Bike Shop

Double Down Bike Shop

Fast, easy online reservations

FROM$20per day
4.9
Based on 166 reviews

Rider owned shop that rents the highest quality Kona, Revel, Canfield Bikes, Niner and Kona E-Bikes!read more

Rim Cyclery

Rim Cyclery

Mountain bike rentals from Moab's oldest bike shop

FROM$50per day
4.8
Based on 411 reviews

Rim Cyclery is Moab's oldest mountain bike shop, located right downtown Moab. This family owned bike shop is a local and world-wide favorite for all of your Moab mountain biking needs. Rim Cyclery rents road bikes, mountain bikes, cruisers, kids bikes and trailers by Scott. read more

Chile Pepper Bike Shop
  • No Booking Fees

Chile Pepper Bikes is located just 10 minutes away from Moab's top adventure spots. Gear up with Chile Pepper Bike Shop and be ready to take on Moab’s best trails like Slickrock Bike Trail, The Whole Enchilada, Amasa Back Trail, and Magnificent 7!read more

Professionally guided mountain bike trips in Moab. Half, Full and Multi-day tours available.read more

Magpie Cycling offers half-day, full-day and multi-day tours. They also offer lessons and skills clinics. Private and group tours available. read more

Western Spirit Mountain Bike Tours

Multi-day mountain bike and road bike tours

FROM$995 per 4 days

MOAB, UT Mountain Biking

Pros Cons
More than just mountain biking Too hot in the summer
2 epic National Parks in close proximity Too many jeeps, depending on the time of year
Endless trails to choose from 3.2% beer
Some of the most scenic mountain bike trails on the planet Can be crowded during peak season & spring break

mountain biking in moab

Moab is one of our favorite places to ride on the planet!  Not only is Moab epic for mountain biking, but the outdoor adventures around this small Utah town are endless.  With spectacular National Parks and State Parks like Arches, Canyonlands and Dead Horse nearby, plus the Colorado River flowing through it, there’s something to meet almost everyone’s outdoor desire.

MUST RIDE TRAILS IN MOAB, UT

  • Advanced/Intermediate
    • Whole Enchilada / Porcupine Rim
      • Shuttle recommended
      • The Whole Enchilada, or the shorter Porcupine Rim, are the most famous trails in Moab for a reason.  They are incredible!  But be ready for a full day in the saddle!
    • Mag 7 
      • Shuttle recommended
      • First 5 trails a blast, the last 2 are tough AF and super-advanced.   You should not try the Portal trail unless you are a very advanced rider as there are high-risk drop-offs. Check with the local shop if you’re considering this trail first and they’ll probably talk you out of it.
  • Intermediate / Beginner
    • Brand trails (Bar M)
      • Beginner-friendly options, no shuttle required
      • Some fun slickrock trails!
    • Klonzo trail system
      • Great cross-country and trail riding with slickrock
    • Klondike Bluffs
      • Ride by some dinosaur tracks!
      • Some technical riding options, and some slickrock trails
    • Navajo Rocks
      • Our favorite cross-country trail in Moab. If you’re a cross country rider that wants to get a workout and enjoy the slick rock riding of Moab, Navajo loop is for you.
      • Great all-around experience of Moab: views, slickrock, varied terrains – it has it all!
  • Beginner
    • Dead Horse State Park
      • Best for beginners or for family rides and provides gorgeous views of Dead Horse State Park and Canyonlands National Park.

moab mountain biking

WHERE TO RENT BIKES

MOAB IS BEST KNOWN FOR

  • Mountain biking and the outdoors mecca and some of the most scenic National Parks.

WHERE TO CAMP FOR FREE IN MOAB

  • Willow Springs Rd
  • Dalton Wells Road
  • Lower Gemini Bridges

willow springs trail camping

OTHER POPULAR OUTDOOR THINGS TO DO IN MOAB

BEST TIME TO VISIT

  • Spring and Fall
    • September and October are the best months to visit if you want to ride the Whole Enchilada. It guarantees that the trail will be open and it won’t be too hot during the day.
    • March, April and early May are great riding months but you may not be able to ride the Whole Enchilada as it may be covered in snow at the top.
    • June – August are really hot months and riding hours will be limited, most of the riding will have to be early morning and/or late evening.
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