Yes! we have Rental Bikes!
Please give us a CALL 435-635-5455 for sizing and availability.
We have a great selection of bikes from Rocky Mountain, Ibis Cycles, Pivot, Knolly, BMC, Salsa, Niner, Felt.
Including 27.5/650B, 29ER, Fat bikes and the newest 27.5+
Our rental day is 9am to 5pm, NOT 24hrs.
Terms & Conditions
>Reservations are highly recommended during peak seasons of Spring and Fall. We charge the full amount at the time of the reservation. In the event of a cancelation store credit or a raincheck is offered if something beyond your control comes up. Worst case is a $25 dollar cancellation fee per bike. (Refunds are NOT given in the rare event that it actually rains- we can’t control the weather!)
>Our rental day is from 9-5. We use the last hour of our business day to get the bikes ready for the next day of use. If you rent a bike for multiple days, it is due back by 5pm on the last day of the rental period.
>Demo–We offer up to $200 of your rental fee’s toward purchase of the bike you rented, or a new one. Often the bike you rode is available for purchase and the price is pro-rated by how many times it has been ridden. Our demo bikes range from $2800 to $6000, a substantial investment if you are looking to buy. Actually riding the bike you are interested in on REAL bike trails will give you the confidence to make a good buying decision.
>Pedals–We have Shimano SPD, Flat Pedals, and a limited number of Crank Bros Eggbeater pedals for use at no extra charge. Consider bringing your own pedals and shoes for maximum comfort and familiarity.
>Brakes–In Europe, Australia, and NZ, the front brake is on the right hand of the bar, also known as MOTO style. Not all brakes are easily switched from side to side. If you request a brake switch that requires a brake line swap, there will be a charge to bleed the brake system. Let us know ahead of time and we can put you on a bike that is easily swapped at no charge.
>Damage–Southern Utah trails are challenging. We have rocks! Sometimes people crash into rocks. Whatever the situation, you are responsible for damage to our bike’s. You will be given a chance to ride and test your bike before your ride. ALL bikes are washed, tuned and inspected after every rental. We take good care of our bikes and are proud of how well they look.
>As of 2012 we are offering an optional damage protection policy that can be purchased before you ride so that all or most of the costs of an unfortunate crash are mitigated. For $5 per day we will cover the first $100 of damage to a bike and that even includes an inner tube should you have a flat! Damage that comes to $101-$400 you would only pay 40% of retail price and damage from $401-$2000 you would pay 50% of retail price. If a total loss of your rental bike should occur (yes unfortunately bikes have flown off of cliffs and cars) you would be responsible for the “demo sale” of the bike instead of the full retail amount. Details and terms and conditions can be viewed before you pick up your bike and we can answer any questions you may have. We think our Damage Protection Plan is a good idea, as most repairs are well under the $100 mark and most are just inner tubes which would cost $7 anyway. Regardless of whether you purchase damage protection or not, YOU are responsible for the bike you rent. We aren’t out to gouge anyone, we just want to keep our fleet looking and riding great so that you have a great time in HURRICANE.
>Rain!–It doesn’t rain here in the desert very often. But when it does, it is NOT GOOD! Some of our soil turns to a mud that has the consistency of peanut butter and weighs about ten times as much. Wheels won’t roll through bike frames, and trails are rutted badly. On the bright side though, some of our more sandy areas are improved by moisture and our soil dries out very quickly. Often rain in the morning means sweet tacky dirt in the afternoon. Please use good judgement and don’t ride when our trails are wet. We update our Facebook page often with trail conditions, or call us for the latest information. Please ask us where to ride when the trails are wet.
>Shipping Personal Bikes–Should you choose to ship your own bike to us and NOT rent one of our amazing bikes, please call first. We charge $15 to hold a box, and other fee’s apply should you want us to build or tune your bike upon arival. We need to get info from you before you ship. We’ll need your name on the box at a minum so we don’t spend an hour trying to find out whose box just arrived with no info on it. Also, shipping rates have sky-rocketed, for most vacations it can be cheaper to rent and it’s fun to try new bikes anyway.
>Bike parts kits are subject to change as needed