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Note on current conditions for biking - May, 2024

Please help us maintain our trails and roads. If in doubt, don't go. Riding in melting snow and mud creates deep ruts that can take many seasons to pack back down.

Good to go!
Paved Town River Trail
Lower elevation gravel roads
Lower elevation single track (Reservoir Hill, Turkey Springs, Coyote Hill, Jackson Mountain)

Treasure Mountain - single track
This high elevation trail will be snowy, muddy and blocked with downed trees until at least late June or early July. For early season elevation riding, bikers often try riding this trail from the East Fork trailhead up until the trail is too blocked and back down. Watch the local DUST2 wheel club site for Treasure Mountain trail maintenance days and trail clearing reports.

Wolf Creek Pass / Highway 160 - road riding
Changing conditions depending on weather. Wolf Creek Pass is still receiving snow and will off and on for awhile. The top of the pass can be snowy, wet and sprinkled with fallen rocks. Road shoulders can be littered with snow, rocks and sand.

The Pagosa Springs area offers many amazing places to ride a bike.  There are miles of single track on National Forest, town and county land,  hundreds of miles of gravel road, the River Walk downtown and the Town Trail uptown to cruise around on, the well known road ride up Wolf Creek Pass as well as many others. Whether it's a mellow beginner ride that you are looking for or a challenging day out on the trail, the experienced staff at Pagosa Mountain Sports will outfit you with a bike rental and local trail beta for a memorable ride!

Pagosa Mountain Sports offers guided bike tours!  Check our Guided Tours page for more information!

Check out our local wheel club's website (DUST2) for trail and route information.  DUST2 uses the Trail Forks app for local mountain bike trail descriptions and conditions.  Our staff will happily suggest a route if you are not familiar with the area!

Townie: Adult bikes equipped with gears, disc brakes and wider tires and a setup providing a more upright body position and easier mounting and dismounting. Great bikes for older riders, those who don't ride often or those looking for a more casual ride. Best for the town trail and light gravel roads.

Townie E-bike: Battery powered bikes. Great bikes for older riders, those who are not used to altitude, who don't ride often or those looking for a more casual ride. Class 1 e-bike: battery assists only when pedaling and stops helping at 20 mph.

Mtn - Hardtail: Adult bikes equipped with front suspension, powerful gears, disc brakes, wider tires, rugged components and a setup providing body positioning for climbing and descending narrow, off-road trails. Good for single track mountain bike trails, town trail and gravel roads.

Mtn - Full Suspension Alloy: Adult bikes equipped with front and rear suspension, powerful gears, disc brakes, wider tires, rugged components and a setup providing body positioning for climbing and descending narrow, off-road trails and shock absorption for varied terrain. Great for single track mountain bike trails. Good on the gravel roads.

Mtn - Full Suspension Premium: Upgraded components, lighter weight carbon frame.
Our Uptown location is offering an awesome premium full suspension mountain bike this year - the Guerilla Gravity Trail Pistol! Guerilla Gravity is out of Denver, Colorado and the Trail Pistol is their brand new model - perfect for our local trails. We are excited to be able to offer this unique bike as a demo.

Mtn - Full Suspension E-bike: Battery powered bikes. Great for those who are not used to altitude or who don't ride often. Class 1 e-bike: battery assists only when pedaling and stops helping at 20 mph.

Youth: Bikes for 5 - 11 year olds. Best for the town trail and gravel roads. Good on single track mountain bike trails.

Child: Adult bike attachments to carry children 2 - 5 years. Best for the town trail and gravel roads.

  • Helmet (Required for children under 18 and highly recommended for all)
  • Lock
  • Water bottle cage
  • A seat bag that includes a flat repair kit
  • Maps of the area are available (some are free, some are for sale)

Please feel free to bring your own helmet, shoes, pedals, and saddle.

Same Day: Maximum rental time is shop open until 1/2 hour before shop close
24 Hour: Maximum rental time is from reservation start time until the same time the next day

  • Same Day / 24 Hour
  • $40 / $55  - Hardtail Mountain, Townie bikes
  • $55 / $70  - Fat bikes
  • $70 / $85  - Electric Pedal-Assist Townie bikes
  • $70 / $85  - Full Suspension Mountain bikes
  • $95 / $110 - Premium - Full Suspension Mountain bikes
  • $100 / $115  - Electric Pedal-Assist Full Suspension Mountain bikes
  • $25 / $40 - Kid's mountain bikes
  • $25 / $40 - Trailers and Tag-a-longs for towing children

10% discount automatically given for rentals of 3 days or more

24 Hour: Maximum rental time is from reservation start time until the same time the next day

  • $25 - 4-Bike - 2" Receiver Hitch racks
  • $15 - Bike trunk racks
  • $5 - Tailgate pads

10% discount automatically given for rentals of 3 days or more

Rental bikes are available only from Pagosa Mountain Sports’ downtown location.

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