Whether you’re making laps on the Gondola all day, or doing it the hard way by riding up the mountain, our plus size, hard tail bikes will be great for you. Take advantage of your favorite mountain in the summer and get out there before it starts snowing again.
Rocky Mountain Growler
(high volume 27.5+ tires and next generation trail geometry for a capable, confident ride.)
If you’re not looking to bike on the mountain but would rather just cruise around town, why not check out our comfort bikes. They’re perfect if you want to stick to the bike path and ride through Vail Village, Lionshead, or even head out to the golf course for a bit. Simple operation and a comfortable ride make it easy, even if you haven’t been on a bike in a while.
Del Sol Lxi 6.0
(Easy to ride and comfortable with simple gear shifting for cruising the bike path or around town).
Del Sol Lxi 6.0 Step Through
(Easy step through bike for comfortable cruising).
Sometimes you just want to stick to the road and a mountain bike just won’t cut it. Whether you’re headed down valley or going up Vail Pass, we’ve got your road bike needs covered. Lightweight and aerodynamic, you’ll get where you’re going quickly on our perfectly tuned and ready to ride bikes.
(Light, fast, and easy climbing for a real cycling experience).
(Responsive steering and genuine performance for going uphill fast).
Kids love bikes, and we’ve got your whole family covered with a range of sizes for the young rippers. Anything from a junior bike with front suspension, to a bike with training wheels, to trail-a-bikes for the young ones that aren’t quite ready to ride alone yet. Our friendly staff will make sure everyone has a great day biking.
Rocky Mountain Vertex 24
(24 in. Front suspension bikes with disc brakes for advanced young riders)
Haro Flightline 24
(Front suspension bikes for intermediate and advanced young riders)
Haro Flightline 20
(Slightly smaller version of the Flightline 24, front suspension bike for intermediate and advanced young riders)
(For kids too old for a trailer but too young to keep up on their own bike).