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Best Biking Rentals and Tours in AZ - Sedona

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Electric Bike Rentals & Tours with eTrekAdventures

FROM$30 per hr
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

Rent a Rad Rover E-bike

Rent a Rad Rover E-bike

Explore the best of Sedona on an E-bike

Based on 22 reviews

Leave the car behind and explore Sedona's best sites with an e-bike rental. Sedona's bike paths will connect you to beautiful scenic places to visit on your trip. read more

Sedona Mountain Bike Academy

Sedona Mountain Bike Academy

Guided Mountain Bike Tours in Sedona with Tips for Red Rock Riding

FROM$50 per hr
Based on 67 reviews

Guided tours of the iconic Sedona red rock, with tips on how to improve your game on the World's Best Trails! The Sedona Mountain Bike Academy offers personalized, guided mountain bike tours and lessons designed and conducted on Sedona’s iconic singletrack and headed by a premier team of certified mountain bike guides and 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$40 per day
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

2 hour standard mountain bike rental

2 hour standard mountain bike rental

Budget mountain bike rental - great for beginners

Based on 80 reviews

Rent a mountain bike for 2 hours and take a thrilling and scenic ride of the Sedona mountain bike trails. Bike out of the shop, no transportation required!read more

1 day full suspension mountain bike rental

1 day full suspension mountain bike rental

1 day full-suspension mountain bike in Sedona

Based on 80 reviews

Rent a full-suspension mountain bike from Bike and Bean in the Village of Oak Creek and hit the trails without needing to transport your bikeread more


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.

Where to go Biking in Sedona

  • 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


Phoenix is a great gateway to Sedona, an easy 2-hour drive from the town. Flying into Phoenix and driving to Sedona is the most popular way to access the area, due to the large international airport and easy access to rental cars. Las Vegas is another option with a large airport, only about 4.5 hours to drive to Sedona. You can even visit the quaint mountain town of Flagstaff on the way! Many people choose to combine their trip to Sedona with a visit to Flagstaff or the Grand Canyon’s South Rim, which is only about 2 hours away. 


TripOutside offers the best outfitters if you’re looking for a Sedona bike rental, as well as biking tours and lessons on the famous red rock.  Our outfitter partners are all four star rated or above, and are some of the most experienced biking experts in the state of Arizona. We take the guesswork out of booking a Sedona biking trip – all of our outfitters provide top notch service and safety.

Best Sedona Bike Rental Shops

We spent 4.6 hours researching Sedona bike rental reviews, prices, locations, and more.

THUNDER MOUNTAIN BIKES (previously Over The Edge)

Over The Edge is now Thunder Mountain Bikes. A true mountain biking shop that lives and breathes the culture and carries the latest and greatest bikes in the industry.

  • 4.8 ⭐️ (400 reviews)
  • Brands carried: Evil, Ibis, Revel, Intense, Juliana, Liv, Santa Cruz, Giant, Trek
  • Rental period: Daily rentals
  • What we love: The number of brands and models that they carry. You can demo some of the hottest new bikes on the market like Revel, Evil and Ibis and try them on some of the toughest trails on the planet. If the bike makes it here, you’ll be sure to love it on your trails back home.


Whether you’re looking for a coffee shop with a biking problem or vice versa, Bike and Bean has you covered for both. Grab a latte, made with fine artisan coffee from a small, multi-generation family-owned producer in Sicily and a full-suspension Santa Cruz mountain bike. Can you think of a better way to spend your weekend?

  • 4.5 ⭐️ (78 reviews)
  • Brands carried: Santa Cruz, Niner, Kona
  • Types of bikes: They have hardtail mountain bikes, full-suspension, and kids bikes for rent
  • Rental period: Bike and Bean offers hourly and daily rates for their bike rentals. You’ll get better discounts for renting multiple days.
  • What we love: Coffee and instant online booking.
  • A broader selection of bike types and models, but they have what you need for a quality ride in Sedona.


Absolute Bikes Sedona is another popular shop with different locations in Sedona and Flagstaff. What we like about Absolute Bike Sedona is that they rent a variety of types of bikes from road bikes, e-bikes, kids bikes, and racks. So if you’re looking for one shop that will please anyone in the group, whether a roadie or a mountain biker or someone that just wants to cruise around the city, head to Absolute Bikes.

They also carry some of the best MTB brands like Yeti

    • 4.8 ⭐️ (133 reviews)
    • Brands carried: Specialized, Marin, Pivot, Yeti
    • Rental period: daily rentals
    • What we love: You can rent a road bike, a cruiser, or an e-bike in their centrally located store in the Village or Oak Creek. You can bike out of the shop to ride the epic trails nearby.


  • eTrekAdventures offers incredible e-bike tours around Sedona.
  • Sedona Mountain Bike Academy offers mountain bike lessons with a tour of some of the best spots to ride in Sedona from their team of certified mountain bike instructors.  Improve Your MTB Skills on the World’s Best Trails!

Sedona Mountain Biking

  • Where can I rent e-bike cruisers in Sedona AZ?
    You can rent e-bikes from the following shops: If you're staying in Sedona - Thunder Mountain Bike for $55/day If you're staying in Village of Oak Creek - Absolute Bikes for $65/day Downtown Sedona - eTrek Adventures for $175/day
  • Is Sedona good for beginner mountain bikers?
    Absolutely! There are plenty of green/easy trails to ride around Sedona BUT you have to make sure that you know where they are and don't start with trails that may be over your ability/skill level. You can always ask any of the bike shops and they'll point you in the right direction. If you are looking to improve your mountain biking skills, we highly recommend taking a lesson with Sedona Mountain Biking Academy, their team of coaches can get you or your group out on the trails having a blast after just a few hours of important skills training.
  • Where can I rent kids bikes in Sedona?
    All of the bike shops listed on this page rent kids' bikes. We're glad you're getting the little ones out there! We highly recommend trying a family mountain biking lesson from Sedona Mountain Biking Academy. It's a great way to learn new skills that will improve your mountain biking experience, give you more confidence and you get a discounted bike rental included in the lesson if you need to rent one.
  • What type of mountain bike should I rent in Sedona?
    If you are going to do any of the intermediate or advanced trails, we highly recommend trying a full-suspension mountain bike. The trails in Sedona are rocky and the extra suspension is definitely worth the upgrade since it will make the ride much more comfortable and also allow you to have more fun. But don't worry, if your budget doesn't allow for a full-suspension rental, there are trails that you can ride and have a blast on with a hardtail as well.
  • Can you ride e-bikes on Sedona mountain bike trails?
    No, you are not allowed to ride e-bikes on MTB trails in Sedona, but you can always rent one and take them on the dirt roads and OHV trails nearby which are a lot of fun! We recommend renting from e-trek Adventures in Sedona. You can also do a tour of Sedona on the e-bikes, it's a great way to explore the different trail heads and beat the traffic!
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