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Best Biking Rentals and Tours in AZ - Sedona

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eTrekAdventures

eTrekAdventures

Electric Bike Rentals & Tours with eTrekAdventures

FROM$30 per hr
5.0
Based on 9 reviews

eTrekAdventures provides premium electric bike rentals and guided tours to explore Sedona's stunning red rock vistas. Skip the traffic and zip around on your Rad Power bike to Sedona's spectacular multi-hued stone pinnacles, spires, buttes and domes.  Electric bikes allow you to use your own human power plus a little extra electric power to explore a bit farther and faster. Discover the hidden gems of Sedona with a knowledgeable guide or choose your own pace with a self guided tour!read more

Sedona Mountain Bike Academy

Sedona Mountain Bike Academy

Mountain Bike Lessons with Sedona Bike Academy

FROM$50 per hr
5.0
Based on 67 reviews

Improve Your MTB Skills on the World's Best Trails! The Sedona Mountain Bike Academy offers personalized mountain bike instruction designed and conducted on Sedona’s iconic singletrack and headed by a premier team of certified mountain bike instructors.  Whether it’s your first time on a mountain bike or you are an advanced rider, SMBA has an custom adventure for you. read more

Thunder Mountain Bikes

Thunder Mountain Bikes

Bike Rentals with Thunder Mountain Bikes

FROM$35 per day
4.8
Based on 536 reviews

Premium bike rentals in the heart of Sedona! Thunder Mountain has the widest range of killer bikes and gear in Sedona, from basic Trek mountain bikes all the way up to top-shelf carbon full suspension mountain bikes from Ibis, Evil, Revel, Santa Cruz and more. The bicycle-loving staff have ridden every inch of trail in town numerous times, and are stoked to share their Sedona trail knowledge, provide updated mountain bike maps, bike service, and all the parts & accessories to keep you rocking Sedona's world-class trails!   read more

MTB Rentals & Coffee in Oak Creek

MTB Rentals & Coffee in Oak Creek

Adult & Kids Bike Rentals with Bike & Bean

FROM$29 per 2 hrs

Shred the red with Sedona Bike & Bean in Oak Creek Village. Serving all riders from beginners to seasoned pros with some of the best trails in the world right out of their back door (literally)! Rent one of Bike & Bean's Kona, Niner or Santa Cruz bikes set up for the best Sedona experience, fuel up with a house-made latte as they share local trail information, and make your Sedona adventure one to remember!read more

Absolute Bikes

Absolute Bikes

Oak Creek Bike Rentals with Absolute Bikes

FROM$39 per day

Ride the red rock - right from Absolute Bikes in Oak Creek Village! Absolute Bikes provides rental bikes from Pivot, Yeti, Specialized and more, and is centrally located in the Village of Oak Creek with access to great trails and views right out our door.  They rent everything you need for your Sedona biking adventure, no matter what your age and skill level! read more

SEDONA BIKING

Sedona is one of the most famous mountain bike destinations on earth. This sacred and powerful place is home to an extensive trail system with unparalleled options for mountain biking.  Sedona’s unique location between the Colorado Plateau and Upper Sonoran Desert yields astounding red rock vistas above desert scenery.  Sedona is a perfect biking destination for the off-season months when the rest of the country’s trails are covered in snow.

TripOutside has done your trail research for you – read on for the top 6 intermediate mountain bike trails in Sedona!

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BEST INTERMEDIATE BIKE TRAILS

  • The West Sedona Tour is a 13.1-mile singletrack loop with lots of turns, some climbing and descending, and the opportunity to link together 8 classic West Sedona trails.  It can also be added to other trails like the Chuckwagon-Mescal-Long Canyon Loop (see #2) for a longer ride.  These trails are some of the best riding in West Sedona, featuring the red rock terrain that Sedona is famous for.
    • Rating: 4.7 (130)
    • Ascent: 921’ Descent: -934’ High: 4,721’ Low: 4,482’
  • The Chuckwagon-Mescal-Long Canyon trail is a 9.1-mile singletrack loop with not too much elevation or climbing. Riders who are in Sedona for their first time will find this trail a good introduction to Sedona without the strenuous climbs of other trails in the area. This figure eight loop has smooth singletrack and is moderately challenging, with gorgeous red rock scenery.
    • Rating: 4.5 (61)
    • Ascent: 805’ Descent: -791’ High: 4,710’ Low: 4,366’
  • Twin Buttes Loop is an 8.5-mile singletrack loop that is rated intermediate/advanced. It links some of Sedona’s best trails into a loop featuring mind-blowing scenery. These trails feature slickrock riding, flowing singletrack and occasional technical sections.  Be prepared to hike a bike at time, like for the rock steps on Broken Arrow trail.  The views on this trail make it all worth it.
    • Rating: 4.5 (40)
    • Ascent: 751’ Descent: -749’ High: 4,613’ Low: 4,225’
  • Cathedral Big Rock Loop is a 12.4-mile out and back ride with some climbing and descents, and several technical rock sections. The trail crosses the popular Cathedral Rock hiking trail (hikers only) so be courteous to hikers.  This ride features all the best of this popular area, and intermediate/advanced riders will love the trail’s flow and incredible scenery.
    • Rating: 4.4 (62)
    • Ascent: 1,054’ Descent: -1,054’ High: 4,458’ Low: 3,963’
  • Aerie Loop is a 5.4-mile singletrack loop that is a short, quick ride around Doe Mountain, and is good for beginners or riders with limited time. It features a few of the trails in the Dry Creek area with nice flow, slickrock riding, and a few technical sections.  The views of the Sedona red rock and Sedona desert are outstanding.
    • Rating: 4.3 (26)
    • Ascent: 541’ Descent: -541’ High: 4,730’ Low: 4,510’
  • Courthouse Vista Loop a 6.2-mile singletrack loop around some of the most incredible scenery in Sedona. It is a great intermediate trail with not too much elevation but lots of fast flowing singletrack and some fun technical sections that intermediate riders will love.
    • Rating: 4.3 (16)
    • Ascent: 386’ Descent: -387’ High: 4,446’ Low: 4,163

If you need to rent a bike for your adventure, compare bike rental prices and book a bike online.

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