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Sedona AZ 86336 USA


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Sedona, Arizona



Sedona Maps

find your epic ride

Sedona Maps Looking to find the best Trail Info? We understand that your time is important and we want to help make the best of it. Although there is a smattering of ride info all over the web, its still hard to beat talking to someone in person. Call us old fashioned, but we prefer to sit down with the map and highlight routes and draw little arrows for each customer. So come on over to the Shop!Beartooth Publishing Sedona Topo Map- High quality topo map, full color, fancy tear proof and... » Read More


Support Sedona Trails

VVCC Advocacy Group

Support Sedona Trails Please help maintain our trails! Donate today » Read More


Mountain Bike Tours

Looking for professional guiding service?

Mountain Bike Tours If you're looking for a professional level mountain bike tour for your group or family - Hermosa Tours is one of the best out there. We are proud to be partnered with Hermosa, and they will be based in our store for their Sedona tours. With a great group of guides, transportation vans, and top notch service that guarantees a great time - contact Hermosa to setup your ride!Please call them direct at 877-765-5682 or visit www.HermosaTours.net » Read More


Mescal - Aerie - Cockscomb

intermediate level

Mescal - Aerie - Cockscomb We consider this an absolute must-do when visiting Sedona, amazing views and fun for a wide range of rider abilities. » Read More


Hangover Trail

advanced - double black diamond

Hangover Trail This might just be the 'whole enchilada' of Sedona, it's the must do for advanced level riders. Very technical riding, exposure, steep roll ins, slick rock climbs.... yet awarded with the best views Sedona has to offer. » Read More




Hiline The Hiline Trail is one of those "must do" rides for the advanced rider, and luckily its been adopted by the Forest Service - so its sure to stay for years to come. This trail really has it all: fast high speed sections, steep puckering chutes, steady climbs, views galore, banked red rock walls....... its definitely one of our favorites. Some sections are rated double black diamond, so definitely be cautious your first time around on this one! Our favorite way to ride... » Read More


The Hogs

advanced - double black diamond

The Hogs The Hogs Area is new to the trail system for 2014, the Hogs Area is our newest “double black” playground. This area features amazing views, technical climbs, and descents. There is a bit of exposure so this trail is not for everyone. The ride starts from the Broken Arrow Trailhead off of morgan road. To get there leave the festival and head south on HWY 179 toward the Village of oak Creek. Take a left on Morgan Road and follow that through the neighborhood till you come to the... » Read More


Soldier's Wash Trails Fun twisty loops of singletrack right from our shop! » Read More


Chuck Wagon


Chuck Wagon Chuck Wagon was adopted for mountain biking in the spring of 2012, and laid out in the standard of modern mountain bike trail building = flowy! This trail winds its way up and down through a variety of different landscapes, a true display of Sedona's diversity. Starts at the Vultee Arch dirt road entrance.... This trail is fun in both directions and could be ridden as an out n back, or can be linked to Mescal and Long Canyon to make a loop. » Read More


Broken Arrow-Chicken Point

Intermediate - expert

Broken Arrow-Chicken Point The Singletrack version of the popular Pink Jeep Tour » Read More


Slim Shady Trail


Slim Shady Trail Slim Shady is one of those trails you will want to do over and over again. The downhill section is fast and very flowy, following a wash full of slick rock, berms, and armored roll ins. » Read More


Sedona is not just for mountain bikers! Several in town rides will test your legs, the scenery will blow your mind. If you're more adventurous, Mingus Mountain, starting in Clarkdale rises 3800 vertical feet over 13 miles (30 min drive). Summer? Head to Flagstaff for the classic Lake Mary road ride or test your lungs on the climb up to Arizona Snowbowl at 9500 feet ( 1hr drive time).Maps below, copies available in store!Red Rock... » Read More

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