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BIKE RENTALS ARE STORE CREDIT TOWARDS BIKE PURCHASE

Try as many bikes as you want!  Rental fees can be applied as store credit toward purchase of any of our bikes, new, certified demos, or custom orders, for up to $500 and up to 6 months after your rental. It’s per person so you can’t combine rentals from others. The credit is one-time transferable. Full details at bottom of page.

Excels at all-day riding & climbing
Great for climbing and descending

110-130mm of suspension | 24-30 lbs.

Excels at All-day riding & descending
Great for climbing and descending

140-150mm of suspension | 26-30 lbs.

Excels at Descending
Good for climbing and great for descending

160mm+ of suspension | 29-32 lbs.

Excels at Super Long Rides / Saving Your Legs

Electric pedal-assist is perfect for saving your legs

150mm of suspension | 50-55 lbs.

About Our Bikes

Our expert staff puts hundreds of hours into our bike-buying process and rigorously tests all bikes before placing them in our fleet.

While you may not have heard of all of the mountain bikes we carry, all of our bikes (including budget-friendly models) are some of the highest performing on the market. They’re also some of the best bikes available for rent in the Park City area. We carry over 100 bikes in our demo-rental fleet.  Demoing is a great way to try your next bike before you buy – rental fees can be applied towards rental. We also carry a road bikes for rent, cruiser bikes for rent, and a small fleet of downhill bikes for rent.

If you have questions about any of our bikes or want advice on what bike you should rent, contact us anytime or stop by our demo center at 1500 Kearns Blvd in Park City. Demo rentals sometimes sell out so we usually recommend booking early.

All-Mountain Bikes

GREAT FOR ALL-DAY RIDING & DESCENDING, VERY GOOD AT CLIMBING |140-150mm of suspension | 26-30 lbs.

All-Mountain bikes are great at everything, and offer little sacrifices. They descend with power & precision but pedal and climb great. 70% of our mountain bike rentals are All-Mountain models. They’re the ultimate type of bike for Park City where we regularly ride long days, but they hang great when the going gets tough. These bikes are equally at home riding up The Armstrong Trail as they are at going down The Wasatch Crest Trail.

All-mountain bikes usually have 140mm rear suspension travel and 150mm front and 27.5″ wheels. The differences between the bikes come down to matters of preference & terrain.

Devinci Troy – 2019
All-Mountain Build

Carbon fiber frame
27.5″ or 29″ Wheels | 140mm Rear / 150mm Front Travel

While this bike isn’t superb at one thing, it truly is good at everything. Its a stiff and efficient pedaling, and has a good moderate chainstay for the uphill. Its rear suspension is good for that as well, as the Split Pivot design keeps your tires on the ground without introducing any bob into the equation. It feels like a trail bike in the way it pedals. And on the downhill, its the best of all worlds. Its playful and poppy, but is secure and feels safe. It really pushes you to go faster and harder. It has that “smash everything feel”, while still being smooth and fun at high speed. It truly is the best of all worlds. If you are looking for a moderate bike, in almost every single facet, make sure and check out the Troy. Its, say, le vélo parfait pour tout.

GX 12-speed 27.5

$99/ per dayBest Seller

  • 31 lbs.
  • SRAM GX 1×12 drivetrain
  • RockShox Deluxe RT3 Shock
  • RockShox Pike Charger
  • Maxxis tires
  • $4999 MSRP

GX 12-speed 29

$99/ per dayBest Seller

  • 31 lbs.
  • SRAM GX 1×12 drivetrain
  • RockShox Deluxe RT3 Shock
  • RockShox Pike Charger
  • Maxxis tires
  • $4999 MSRP

Trail Bikes

GREAT FOR CLIMBING & ALL-DAY RIDING, VERY GOOD AT DESCENDING | 110-130mm of suspension | 24-30 lbs.

These are killer all-around bikes that often have race heritage but are more comfortable than race bikes, and have just enough suspension travel to confidently power over the gnarly stuff. Most of Park City’s trails are pretty buff so people who prefer efficiency-oriented bikes almost always choose trail bikes. They’re also great for novices because they’re easy to control.

Ibis Ripley LS – 2019
Trail Build

Carbon fiber frame
29″ Wheels | 120mm Rear / 130mm Front Travel

The 2019 Ibis Ripley LS is a workhorse in the trail bike division, providing excellent uphill and downhill performance. Its 29inch wheels make pedaling and descending an absolute breeze. Furthermore, its DW-Link suspension makes it feel like a rocket-ship by maximizing every pedal-stroke, while still being playful and poppy while hitting side-hits on the trail. This thing is fast on both the corners and the straightaways. Frankly, the Ripley LS is just PLAIN FUN. If you are looking for a bike that you can go the distance with, while being able to still handle moderate features on the downhill, then look no further.

Eagle NX Build 27.5 w/ Trust Message Fork

$99/ per day

  • 28.66 lbs.
  • SRAM Eagle NX 11-speed crankset
  • Fox Float Factory 120mm Suspension
  • Trust Message 130mm front fork
  • KS E30i dropper post
  • Ibis 780mm allow wheels
  • $6499 MSRP w/ Trust Suspension

Eagle NX Build 27.5

$99/ per day

  • 28.66 lbs.
  • SRAM Eagle NX 11-speed crankset
  • Fox Float Factory 120mm Suspension
  • Fox Factory 34 130mm fork
  • KS E30i dropper post
  • Ibis 780mm allow wheels
  • $5367 MSRP

Felt Doctrine 5 – 2019
Trail Build

Carbon fiber frame
29″ Wheels | 100mm Front Travel

If cross-country riding is your game, then the Felt Doctrine 5 is hard to beat in terms of performance. Felt’s UHC Performance carbon frame is stiff and light, creating an efficient riding experience on the uphill. Each pedal stroke is efficient, with no power lost to bob or creak. Furthermore, the 29in, 2.2” tires give the bike create amazing rolling capability, both on the uphill and downhill. While descending, the RockShox Recon SL 100mm fork and slacker 69.5° results in a smooth and control bike, even at speed on bumpy terrain. If you want to get some miles under your belt, definitely check out this versatile and capable machine.

SRAM GX 11-speed 29

$99/ per dayBest Seller

  • 26.32 lbs.
  • SRAM NX 1×11 drivetrain
  • RockShox Recon SL Solo Air 100mm fork
  • Maxxis Ikon 2.2″ 29″ tires.
  • Felt double wall, tubeless tires
  • $1999 MSRP

Devinci Django – 2019
Trail Build

Carbon fiber
29″  Wheels | 120mm Rear / 130mm Front

With 120mm of travel in the rear and a 130mm fork in the front, it’s easy to mistake the Devinci Django Carbon for a light-duty cross-country bike. Don’t let those suspension numbers fool you. Yes, the Django is excellent at going uphill and it’s a great long-distance adventure steed. But with 27.5 wheels, a stiff carbon frame, patented Split-Pivot suspension system and a burly RockShox Pike fork at the helm, the Django is a surprisingly capable descender. The icing on the cake is a RockShox Reverb dropper post so there’s nothing to get in your way when it’s time to rip the DH.

SRAM Eagle GX Build 29

$99/ per dayCarbon Frame

  • 27.6lbs
  • SRAM GX 1×12 Eagle™ drivetrain
  • Fox Float DPS Factory 120mm shock
  • Fox Float 34 Performance Elite 130mm fork
  • RaceFace Aeffect R 35 handlebars
  • Fox Transfer Performance 31.6 dropper
  • 29″ RaceFace AR35 offset alloy wheels
  • $4499 MSRP

Ibis Mojo 3 -2019
All-Mountain Build

Carbon fiber frame
27.5″ Wheels | 130mm Rear Travel

The Ibis Mojo 3  has the feeling of your little brother when he has a little too much sugar when you were kids; but in this case, that is a good thing. This bike is fun, lively, and enjoys to be pushed to its limits in the corners. The 27.5 tires are maneuverable, and turn initiation is snappy. You can really get speed into a turn with this bike, and leave the turn smiling because of how quickly you just railed it. For a mid-travel bike, the Mojo is surprisingly spunky. This is due to its really short chainstay at 425mm and its mid-slack head tube angle at 66.8°. This spunk translates well to the uphill as well, as this bike wants to MOVE. The DW-Link suspension keeps things stiff while pedaling, while still eating up the large and small bumps on the way up. If you are looking for a small-feeling, fun, and swift bike for tearing up the trail, the Mojo 3 has got you covered.

SRAM Eagle NX Build 27.5

$99/ per day

  • 25.49 lbs.
  • SRAM Eagle NX 12-speed crankset
  • Fox Float Suspension
  • KS E30i dropper post
  • Ibis 742 carbon wheels
  • $5456 MSRP

Felt Decree 3 – 2019
All-Mountain Build

Carbon fiber
27.5″ Wheels | 140mm Rear / 150mm Front

The Felt Decree 3 is a really balanced bike for the best of both worlds. It’s climbing game is on point due to its steep seat tube angle, giving you a super comfortable riding position right on top of the cranks. Furthermore, its UHC Advanced Carbon frame is lightweight and stiff, making the uphill pedal a fun and efficient experience. On the downhill, the 27.5” wheels are fast and fun, allowing you to take turns and berms incredibly quickly. It’s short 428mm chainstay help in this department too, making a very maneuverable bike in the winding trails. Furthermore, with its 150mm of front and 140mm of rear suspension, rolling over small and medium features on the trail is an absolute breeze. Its an all-around bike for an all-around good time.

SRAM Eagle GX Build 27.5

$99/ per dayCarbon Frame

  • 27lbs lbs.
  • SRAM GX 1×12 Eagle™ drivetrain
  • RockShox Deluxe RT3 140mm shock
  • Rockshox Revelation RC 150mm fork
  • Devox 6061 handlebars
  • KS Lev SII dropper post
  • Alex MD30 27.5″ aluminum wheels
  • $4399 MSRP

Enduro Bikes

GREAT FOR DESCENDING, GOOD AT CLIMBING & ALL-DAY RIDING 160mm+ of suspension | 29+ lbs.

Enduro mountain bikes are one of the best examples of how much bike technology has evolved in the past five years. Carbon fiber, improved suspension and refined geometry have given us sub-30-pound, 160mm-travel bikes that climb well and confidently handle terrain that used to be the exclusive domain of dedicated downhill bikes.  Whether you’re riding the lifts at the bike park or pedaling up from the trailhead, enduro bikes encourage you to go bigger, faster and farther.

Ibis Mojo HD4 – 2019
Enduro Build

Carbon fiber frame
27.5″ Wheels | 153mm Rear/160mm Front Travel

In the enduro-style of bikes, you are going to have a tough time finding something that is more capable than the Ibis Mojo HD4. Not only does its DW-Link rear suspension promote shredding on the downhill, but it creates a stable ride while pedaling on the up. The 160mm and 153mm front and rear suspension are the best of both worlds: not only are you rolling over almost anything, but it creates minimal “bob” on each pedal stroke on the uphill. Its 27.5 wheels are maneuverable and fun, as you can rail corners while still rolling over big features. This bike really can do it all: it ascends well, descends better, and eats up anything you throw at it. Really it just doesn’t want to ruin your mojo, you know?

SRAM GX 12-speed 27.5

$99/ per dayBest Seller

  • 29.6 lbs.
  • SRAM Eagle GX 1×12 drivetrain
  • Fox Float 36 Factory 160mm
  • Fox Float Factory DPX2, 153mm
  • Maxxis 2.6″ Minion DHF WT
  • Ibis 942 Carbon 27.5″ wheels
  • $6726 MSRP

Devinci Spartan – 2019
Enduro Build

Carbon fiber frame
27.5″ or 29″ Wheels | 165mm Rear / 170mm Front Travel

The 2019 Devinci Spartan is a downhill machine. With its 170mm of front and 165mm rear suspension, you know that you are going to have plenty of squish for anything you throw at it, from small to large features. Its slack 65° head tube angle makes the bike a cheetah in technical terrain, and it eats up the trail, regardless of the features. But much like ole’ Greek legend Leonaides, its as smart as it is burly. That is thanks to it’s Split Pivot suspension design on the backend, which helps you on both the uphill and down. It truly is one of (if not ‘the’) best climber in its class and will get you to the top of the trail with zero fuss. If you are looking for an enduro champ, a shuttle-boss, or even just something that is going to crush the gnar on the downhill, then look no further.

Eagle GX 27.5

$99/ per day

  • 30.56 lbs.
  • SRAM Eagle GX 12-speed crankset
  • RockShox Lyric Charger2 170mm
  • RockShox Super Deluxe RC3 165mm
  • RockShox Reverb 31.66mm dropper
  • RaceFace 29″ AR35 offset alloy wheels
  • $4999 MSRP

Eagle GX 29

$99/ per day

  • 30.56 lbs.
  • SRAM Eagle GX 12-speed crankset
  • RockShox Lyric Charger2 170mm
  • RockShox Super Deluxe RC3 165mm
  • RockShox Reverb 31.66mm dropper
  • RaceFace 29″ AR35 offset alloy wheels
  • $4999 MSRP

Ibis Ripmo – 2019
Enduro Build

Carbon fiber
29″  Wheels | 145mm Rear / 160mm Front

Ladies and gentlemen, the hype around this bike is real, and it’s for a good reason. This bike slays. Its steep seat tube angle (76°) and moderately slack head tube angle (65.9°) creates a bike that is outstanding, both on the uphill and downhill. Pedaling is incredibly efficient and comfortable thanks to the DW-Link linkage and head tube angle, so you can cruise up the hill with similar efficiency and speed to a cross-country bike. Its 160mm of front and 145mm of rear suspension is anything but cross-country, however. On the downhill, the Ripmo is the epitome of smooth and stable. Controlling it in corners, over chunk, or even over jumps and drops is a breeze. We liken this bike to the “Hovercraft effect”, as it’s playful and sendy over big and small features alike. After all, when you engineer the baby of the Ibis Ripley and Mojo HD4, you truly have something special. 

SRAM Eagle NX Build 29

$99/ per dayCarbon Frame

  • 29.7lbs
  • SRAM NX 1×12 Eagle™ drivetrain
  • Fox Float DPX2 145mm rear shock
  • Fox Float 36 Performance 160mm fork
  • Ibis 780mm alloy handlebars
  • K3 E30i dropper post
  • Ibis 938 alloy 29″ wheels
  • $4099 MSRP

Felt Compulsion – 2019
Enduro Build

Carbon fiber frame
27.5″ Wheels | 165mm Rear/170mm Front Travel

At the end of the day, you are going to feel compelled to have a good time on this bike, regardless of the terrain. With its 65° head tube and 74.4° seat tube angle, it’s not only a super capable downhill machine but an amazing peddler as well. Felt has a long term pedigree for creating bikes that can rage on the uphill, and this one is no different. But on the downhill, this bike shines. Its 170mm fork and 165mm rear shock means you have plenty of cushion for anything that you throw at it, from the smallest of pebbles to the largest of rock drops. With its 27.5” wheels, it’s nimble in the corners and fun everywhere else. If you are looking for a super-capable downhill machine that can still give you efficient pedaling and uphill experience, then take a look at this.

SRAM NX 12-speed 27.5

$99/ per dayBest Seller

  • 32.6 lbs.
  • SRAM Eagle NX 1×12 drivetrain
  • Fox Performance 36 170mm
  • Fox Performance Float DPX2, 165mm
  • Maxxis 2.6″ Minion DHF
  • RaceFace Aeffect-R 27.5″ wheels
  • $4499 MSRP

E-Bikes

AWESOME FOR LONG RIDES, OR SAVING YOUR LEGS,| 150mm of suspension | ~50 lbs

E-Bikes are the next big thing, and we stay current with our selection of e-bikes.

The Shimano STePS system is revolutionary. With each pedal stroke, the system adds more power to the drivetrain, meaning you can go faster and farther than you normally would. This is perfect for people who have long days planned, have bag legs, or simply just want a little help on the uphill portion of the ride.

Felt Redemption e-30
E-bike

Shimano STePS pedal-assist system
29″ Wheels | 150mm Rear / 150mm Front Travel

The Felt Redemption is one of the best e-assist bikes on the market, simply because of its versatility. With its Shimano STePS 10-speed drivetrain, it is a smooth and leisurely pedal to the top of the trail. During the downhill (and fun part), its 150mm of travel eats up every bump of the trail, making for a smooth experience. If having an hardtail is more your speed, then we have that as well! The Felt Redememption e50 Surplus the king of the electric hardtails. They all track the tril really well, and is incredibly fun to ride on both the up and downhill. If you are looking for a good e-bike option to get on the mountain, then the Felt Redemption e30, e50, or Surplus really is for you.

e30 SRAM XT Eagle

$99/ per day

  • 50.1 lbs.
  • Shimano XT 11-speed drivetrain
  • RockShox Yari RV Solo Air 150mm fork
  • RockShox Deluxe R 150mm
  • KS Lev Integra dropper
  • WTB Scraper i35, 29″
  • $5799 MSRP

e50 Shimano e8050

$99/ per day

  • 52.5 lbs.
  • Shimano e8050 drivetrain
  • SR Suntour Aion Air, 150mm travel
  • Rock Shox Deluxe R, Debonair 150mm
  • KS Lev Integra dropper
  • $4499 MSRP

e50 Surplus Hardtail

$99/ per day

  • 49 lbs.
  • Shimano e8050 10-speed drivetrain
  • RockShox Recon RL Solo Air, 130mm travel
  • KS Lev Integra dropper
  • E-Double wall, tubeless compatible, 27.5″
  • $2999 MSRP