Explore Mountain Biking in Sedona

Mountain Biking in Sedona is an adventure.  Bring your mountain bike to Sedona or rent one.  There are more than 250 miles of trails in Sedona made especially for mountain biking.  Try your skills on the Bell Rock Pathway, Chicken Point, Little Horse Trail, the Dry Creek Area and many more.  Explore Sedona’s Mountain Bike shops listed below where you can rent mountain bikes, buy bike parts, get your bike serviced, take a tour or get trail maps.

Over the Edge Sports
Over the Edge Sports is located at 1695 W. SR 89A in the heart of Sedona. This shop offers mountain bike rentals, bike parts, service and information about the best rides in Sedona. Need a ride to your ride? Over the Edge offers one way shuttle service. Visit their website at https://otesports.com/locations/sedona/.

Absolute Bikes
Absolute Bikes is located in the Village of Oak near the Bell Rock Pathway. Rent a bike and only ride a block to the closest trail. Absolute Bikes rents bikes and has a repair shop and a showroom. These guys will help you find the perfect trail. Absolute Bikes is located at 6101 SR 179 in the Village of Oak Creek. For more information, visit their website at https://www.absolutebikes.net/.

Trail Sports
Trail Sports in Sedona offers guided tours for the beginner to the expert. Their guides have extensive knowledge of mountain biking in Sedona, because they are biking every day. The shop also offers gear rentals, bike services and local knowledge. Trail Sports is located at 2875 W. SR 89A in West Sedona. For tour info, click through to view their website at http://trailsportsaz.com/.

Information that may interest you.

Sedona is home to two Arizona State Parks.  Slide Rock State Park and the Red Rock State Park are both a must see while visiting Sedona.  Click through to find more information.

One of the most iconic spots in Sedona is the Chapel of the Holy Cross.  Find out more information about this place on the historic registration.  View more information by clicking here.

See Sedona’s majestic red rocks from the sky in a hot air balloon.  Click here to find more information about the hot air balloon tour companies.

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