Southern Utah’s best mountain bike shop, with top-notch bike service and everything you need for an awesome mountain bike vacation. We have 27.5 and 29er mountain bikes for rent from Rocky Mountain, Ibis, Pivot, Evil, Knolly, Revel, Esker and Salsa. We also have Pivot, Rocky Mountain and BMC e-mtb mountain bikes for rent. All of our rental bikes are for sale, all the time. We also sell new bikes and build custom bikes to spec.
Call us at 435.635.5455 for rental bike availability and sizing. Or, click the Reserve button next to any bike below to use our online mountain bike rental reservation system.
*Rental period is 9 AM to 5 PM. Bikes must be returned on the same day they’re rented unless you’ve booked a multi-day rental. You are responsible for any crash or transportation damage. No bike racks that hang bikes from the top tube – ask us about bike rack rentals or shuttles if you don’t have an approved rack. For more information, please read our Rental Terms & Conditions at the bottom of the page.
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2021 Rocky Mountain Instinct
Rocky calls the new 2021 Instinct their “most versatile platform … designed for epic rides and wide-open singletrack.” Turns out it’s also great for Southern Utah mesa rides! The aggressive all-mountain geometry, 140mm Smoothlink suspension and carbon frame make it an incredibly balanced and confident ride that pedals really well and loves chunky slickrock challenges. The 2021 Rocky Mountain Instinct is a bike for any rider and nearly any trail – a true all-mountain, do-it-all trail bike. It’s available in sizes from XS to XL, with 27.5 wheels on the XS and 27.5 or 29 on the small. Medium to XL all get 29-inch wheels. To learn more, visit our 2021 Rocky Mountain Instinct bike page.
We’re psyched to be adding Canfield Bikes to our lineup with the new Canfield Tilt 29er. The Tilt is a 138mm rear-travel trail bike built around a carefully engineered alloy frame and Canfield’s patented CBF (Canfield Balance Formula) suspension system. Designed to be the ultimate all-rounder, the Canfield Tilt combines aggressive trail geometry with the exceptionally smooth yet efficient CBF suspension. If you’re the kind of rider that likes all-day missions with lots of chunk, the Canfield Tilt was built for you.
Ibis Ripley AF
The Ibis Ripley AF 29er is an aluminum version of the bike Ibis calls, “beloved, category-defying, short-travel,” and “singletrack-scorching.” It’s a 120mm-travel 29er trail bike with DW Link suspension and a 130mm fork. The carbon Ripley V4 is one of our most popular rental bikes because it’s efficient, comfortable and fun to ride on nearly any trail. The new Ripley AF fits the same basic bill but with longer, slacker geometry to make it a bit more shredly on the DH. Of course, one of the Ripley AF’s main selling points is the price. The aluminum frame makes it considerably more affordable than the carbon V4, putting Ripley 29er fun and performance within reach of a much larger group of riders. Come ride the Ripley AF and find out for yourself!
Nothing feels like a Knolly. If you’re Knolly-curious but haven’t been tempted by the 27.5 Warden or the Fugitive 29er trail bike, the new Knolly Chilcotin might be just what you’re been looking for. It’s a 151mm-travel 29er designed for enduro racing and big mountain freeride. (There’s a 167mm Chilcotin, too.) Stretched-out, speed-friendly geometry and Knolly’s patented Fourby4 suspension ensure the new Chilcotin is ready for anything.
2021 Pivot Trail 429
The Pivot Trail 429 has been Pivot’s best selling bike for many years. To borrow from the Pivot website “There’s a dizzying range of bikes out there these days — XC, trail, all-mountain, enduro… What if you just want a bike that rips on nearly every trail? This is that bike. The Trail 429 is brilliant just about everywhere. It accelerates and climbs like a cross-country bike yet more than holds its own on tough terrain… Effortless handling, incredible power transfer and blazing acceleration are what set the Trail 429 apart from so many other trail bikes.”
2021 Rocky Mountain Altitude
The new 2021 Rocky Mountain Altitude has arrived! It’s been a while since Rocky Mountain’s beloved Altitude enduro bike got a major update. The new Altitude more than takes care of that, though. For 2021, Rocky took the best of both of their enduro race bikes, the Altitude and the Instinct BC 29er, and consolidated them into one super-enduro crusher with increased travel, more aggressive geo and two wheel sizes. Small bikes get 27.5 wheels while Large and XL bikes get 29er wheels. If you’re a medium-sized mountain biker, you get to choose between 27.5 or 29. The 2021 Altitude has already taken an Enduro World Series win and early hands-on reports are comparing it to a smaller, lighter Slayer 29. Sounds like a perfect bike for big days on the Hurricane slickrock. To learn more, visit our 2021 Rocky Mountain Altitude bike page.
2021 Evil Offering V2
Positioned between the Following and Wreckoning, the new 2021 Evil Offering 29er is an all-mountain, quiver-killer trail bike. The 140mm-travel all-carbon 29er comes with a 150mm fork and has longer, slacker geometry than the previous Offering. Evil’s DELTA System suspension (Dave’s Extra Legitimate Travel Apparatus) makes the bike super poppy and playful with excellent cornering traction and big hit plushness when you need it. If you’re looking for a Southern Utah mesa bike that’s also at home on big mountain singletrack and the dirt jumps, look no further than the 2021 Evil Offering.
Edge Cycles Hardtail by Canfield Bikes
For Edge Cycles’ first bike in over ten years, they wanted a proper new school, all-mountain steel hardtail that would be fun no matter where you ride it. Naturally, they partnered with local Fruita bike maker Canfield Bikes for a co-branded version of their popular Canfield Nimble 9 hardtail 29er. The Edge Cycles Hardtail by Canfield Bikes features a slack, 66° head tube angle, short chainstays, 29-inch wheels and 4130 Chromoly tubing for a lively, fun ride on all kinds of trails – even the gnarly stuff Hurricane is famous for! If you prefer the pedaling efficiency of a hardtail or like the precision of a bike with a rigid rear end, give the Edge Cycles Hardtail 29er a try.
Niner Rip 9 RDO 29
Niner Bikes are back at OTE, Hurricane! Niner’s Rip 9 RDO 29er is their “do-it-all trail bike.” It has 140mm of rear travel, a beefy 150mm Fox 36 fork and a carefully-tuned RDO carbon frame. Made for all-mountain Rip-ping, the Rip 9 is longer, slacker and lower than any bike Niner has ever made. The CVA suspension (Constantly Varying Arc) with “calibrated anti-squat” makes the Rip 9 an exceptional climber that stays active nearly all the time. Whether you’re headed to the bike park at Brian Head or heading out for an all-day Gooseberry Mesa epic, the Niner Rip 9 RDO 29 is ready to party.
Niner Jet 9 RDO 29
We chose the Niner Jet 9 RDO 29er for smaller riders who want a fun, comfortable mountain bike for exploring Hurricane’s beautiful sandstone mesas. With a premium carbon frame, 120mm of rear-wheel suspension, a 130mm fork and smooth-rolling 29er wheels, the Jet 9 is ready for all-day trail fun. Thanks to Niner’s patented CVA suspension (Constantly Varying Arc) and [R]Evolution geometry, the Jet 9 offers “cross-country efficiency” with “trail bike versatility.” The CVA suspension’s calibrated anti-squat delivers efficient pedaling and a smooth, controlled ride. The Jet 9’s geometry balances XC precision with downhill confidence so you can conquer big climbs and flow like water on the descents.
The long-awaited Esker 29er is here – come ride the new Esker Rowl in Hurricane, now! Designed to be a one-bike-quiver, the Rowl has 140mm of rear wheel travel, a 150mm fork, all-mountain geometry and Dave Weagel’s Orion suspension system. It has a unique feel that combines really efficient pedaling with super plush, active suspension. Esker says they “design and build mountain bikes for the whole mountain” and the Rowl is perfect for Southern Utah mesa riding. Gooseberry Mesa, Guacamole, JEM, even the Brian Head bike park – the Rowl will show you a good time on all of them. We loved the Esker Elkat 27.5 trail bike and are excited to now offer the Esker Rowl 29er trail bike in our rental fleet, as well.
Cross-country bikes aren’t usually our jam. But when Revel makes an XC bike, we pay attention. With their cutting-edge carbon frame designs and the amazing CBF (Canfield Balance Formula) suspension system, Revel has a reputation as a high-end boutique trail bike brand. So, it was a surprise when they announced the Ranger, a 115mm cross-country 29er. Don’t let the short travel fool you, though. Lycra is not required and the Ranger’s trail-friendly geometry and Canfield suspension make it feel like a whole lot more bike than the numbers indicate. Whether you’re looking for an XC race bike, a long-distance backcountry bike or you wanna do 50-mile Southern Utah mesa missions, the Revel Ranger is a super-efficient pedaler that’s as sendy as you want it to be.
Ibis Mojo 4
The OG classic trail bike is back! One of the original carbon, trail-focused mountain bikes, the Ibis Mojo returns with contemporary geometry, updated DW Link and Traction Tune suspension. The lengthened wheelbase and cockpit combined with short chainstays, a slack 65.4 degree head angle and 37mm offset make the bike nimble in the tight stuff and stable at speed. If you’re looking for a mid-travel (130mm rear/140mm front) 27.5 trail bike that loves technical climbs and gobbles up singletrack descents, you need to ride the new Ibis Mojo 4.
Knolly Warden V2
We’ve been waiting for the Knolly Warden V2 for a while and expect you have, too. The second version of the Warden has longer, slacker geometry, an updated alloy frame with “157Trail” hub spacing and Knolly’s incomparable Fourby4 suspension. It’s stiffer, more confident and pedals better than ever. The 2020 Knolly Warden is a North-Shore-bred all-mountain weapon that’s perfect for anything the Hurricane Mesas have to offer. Come try one now!
Evil Wreckoning 2021
It’s big, it’s bad, it’s back – the 2021 Evil Wreckoning 29er is out and we’ve got it! With 166mm of travel, a 170mm fork and rubble-smoothing 29er wheels, the Evil Wreckoning is an absolute mesa dominator. If you like big bikes with big wheels on big trails like Grafton Mesa, Flying Monkey or Brian Head black diamond bike park action, the new Evil Wreckoning is the bike you want to be on.
Evil Following V3
Version 3 of the original short-travel, aggressive 29er trail bike is here – introducing the 2020 Evil Following! The original Following was ahead of its time, combining sendy trail geometry with 29er wheels for an all-day pedal machine that could also rip the DH. The new Evil Following V3 took cues from current longer-slacker geometry trends but reined in the wheelbase and chose a relatively steep 67.2° head angle (X-Low setting) to keep the playful, poppy character the Following is known for. With 120mm of Delta System suspension in the rear, a 130mm fork and an even lighter, stiffer carbon frame, the new Evil Following is ready for Jem Trail laps or big backcountry rides that end at the bike park.
Ibis Ripmo V2
Our friends like to rip. A couple of years ago Ibis blessed us with the Ripmo – a long-travel carbon 29er made for big rides and big mountain trails. Now, you can rip even more on the new Ibis Ripmo V2. Based on the aluminum Ripmo AF, the carbon-framed V2 pairs the same travel (147mm rear/160mm front) with updated geometry that’s longer and a full degree slacker for seriously increased ripability. Like the AF, the new Ripmo V2 also has updated suspension that’s plusher off the top and more progressive so you can send it hard without worrying about bottoming out. If you’re looking for an all-mountain enduro 29er to dominate at Guacamole, Little Creek and the bike park, the Ibis Ripmo V2 serves up all the rip you can handle.
2020 Pivot Switchblade
It’s back and it’s shreddier than ever! Designed for all-mountain versatility, the 2020 Pivot Switchblade has a new carbon frame with more travel, contemporary geometry and an updated DW Link suspension system. With 29er wheels, 142mm of rear-wheel travel, a 160mm Fox 36 fork and longer, slacker geometry, the new Switchblade is even more of a magical, one-bike-fits-all creature than the original. If 29er wheels aren’t your jam, it can also be set up as 27.5+ or even a mullet bike with a 29-inch wheel up front and a 27.5-inch wheel in the back. The updated DW link is more progressive for coil shock compatibility; and the updated position-sensitive anti-squat kinematics make the 2020 Switchblade a goat when you’re pedaling through chunky technical terrain – something there’s no shortage of here in Southern Utah.
Niner Rip E9 E-MTB
Take a trail-proven 29er and throw a pedal-assist motor with a 50-mile range in it and what do you have? A self-shuttling adventure rig, that’s what! The Niner Rip E9 29er E-MTB has 150mm of rear-wheel travel, a 160mm fork, aggressive trail geometry and a smooth-pedaling Bosch electric motor for an extra boost on long rides, steep climbs and big (self) shuttle rides.
Niner WFO E9 E-MTB
The Niner WFO E9 is the ultimate big mountain shuttle bike. With 180mm of travel, a mullet wheel setup (29er front/27.5 rear) and a Bosch pedal-assist motor, the WFO E9 almost shuttles itself. Well – you still do the pedaling but the motor gives you a boost on the way up. That way you save your energy for the downhill. Or, if you’re in the mood for adventure – the pedal-assist motor is your invitation to all-day big mountain exploration rides.
Rocky Mountain Altitude Powerplay E-MTB
Get more miles out of your free time with the Rocky Mountain Altitude Powerplay! Based on Rocky’s all-mountain/enduro Altitude platform, the Altitude Powerplay has 150mm of travel in the rear, a 160mm fork and the same proven aggressive trail geometry as its non-assisted sibling. Rather than taking an off-the-shelf solution, Rocky Mountain spent 10 years and 7.5-million dollars developing their very own pedal-assist, e-mtb specific drive system. It’s an intuitive ride with smoother power delivery and a faster charging battery than the competition, so you get out on the trail sooner and more often.
Rocky Mountain Instinct Powerplay BC E-MTB
With big wheels and big travel, the Rocky Mountain Instinct Powerplay BC e-mtb is a big mountain enduro bike with a little something extra – it was built for big days on gnarly trails. Based on Rocky’s Instinct BC 29er enduro bike, the Instinct Powerplay BC has nearly the same geometry and the exact same travel – 155mm in the rear and 160mm up front. Rocky’s Dyname 3.0 pedal-assist drive system will let you leave the shuttle at the bottom and pedal to the top where the Instinct Powerplay BC’s 29-inch wheels and plush suspension will float and smash through the boulder-strewn chunder of legendary mesa descents like Flying Monkey and Grafton Mesa.
BMC Trailfox AMP SX E-MTB
Designed by the Swiss in BMC’s secret Alpen lair, the BMC Trailfox AMP SX e-mtb adds a pedal-assist boost to your ride. The Trailfox AMP SX is an all-mountain rig with 150mm of travel in the rear and a 170mm Fox 36 fork in the front. 27.5 wheels and e-specific geometry and suspension make the bike nimble, efficient and buttery smooth. The Shimano Steps pedal-assist drive system paired with SRAM’s 12-speed Eagle NX drivetrain means you’ll be able to explore more mesa trails and get in those all-important after work mental health rides.
Ibis Mojo HD5
The Ibis Mojo HD5 is the latest bike in Ibis’ popular 27.5 all-mountain/trail bike series. The HD stands for “Heavy Duty” and the HD5 is a slack, stout bike with enough travel (153mm rear/170mm front) for whatever the Hurricane mesa trails decide to throw at you. The DW Link system eats up slickrock chunder and makes climbing efficient; and Ibis’ new “Traction Tune” custom suspension tune keeps the tires glued to the ground. The HD5 also got the Ripmo treatment – longer, slacker geometry with a steeper seat tube for comfortable climbing.
Ibis Ripmo AF
Do you like the cut of the Ibis Ripmo 29er but find it a bit pricy? Or maybe you feel more comfortable on a bike that’s made of actual metal. If either of these things is true, then the Ibis Ripmo AF might be right for you. The AF stands for Aluminum Frame, which makes this bike metal AF. The alloy frame also makes it a great deal. You can get a complete Ripmo AF starting at just $2999. With mucho-sendo, hella-slack geometry, 147mm of DW Link suspension and a super-adjustable 160mm DVO fork, the Ibis Ripmo AF is just itching for Grafton shuttle laps.
The Revel brand may be new but the people behind it are mountain bike industry vets and the 130mm Revel Rascal 29er is more than just another pretty face. The Rascal’s special sauce is a delicious blend of fun geometry, silky-smooth suspension and innovative carbon design. The Rascal uses Revel’s own special carbon layup for a frame they say is both stiffer and lighter than the competition. The geometry is near-perfect for a 29er trail bike – the longer wheelbase, slack 66° head angle and low bottom bracket make it stable and confident on steep, rocky descents; while short chainstays and a compact cockpit make it a quick, intuitive handler. Last but not least, the Revel Rascal’s Canfield Balance Formula (CBF) suspension provides superior pedal performance while slicing through the chunder like a hot knife through butter. Seriously – the Revel Rascal is so smooth! Come demo one of our Revel Rascal 29er rental bikes and see if you don’t think it’s in a class of its own.
Revel’s 165mm 27.5 all-mountain Rail is the complete package. With 165mm of Canfield Balance Formula (CBF) suspension, quick-handling 27.5 wheels, proven enduro geometry and a beautiful carbon frame, it’s an incredible climber that comfortably dispenses with really gnarly, chunky terrain. All of the bikes we choose are great all-rounders. But the Revel Rail is a standout for its near-perfect pedaling and ability to tame the gnar. No matter where you take this bike, you’re going to have a good time. Whether it’s an all-day Gooseberry epic or shuttle laps on Flying Monkey, the Revel Rail won’t let you down.
New for Over the Edge and a great addition to our bike lineup – the Esker Elkat mountain bike combines the poise of an elk with the agility of a cat. Or maybe it’s just a cool name and logo. Regardless, the Elkat is a fun and unique 27.5 trail bike with a clean, almost industrial-looking carbon frame. It’s the first mountain bike to feature Dave Weagel’s Orion suspension, an active linkage system designed exclusively for bikes with 1x drivetrains. The main pivot moves around the bottom bracket and complete separates braking from the suspension. The Elkat feels like nothing else we’ve ridden. It’s lively and playful with excellent traction and pedal performance – a perfect combination for an all-purpose trail bike. We’ve ridden it on slickrock and alpine singletrack and it’s super fun on both. If you’re looking for an all-mountain trail bike that falls somewhere between a Knolly and a Pivot, come demo the Esker Elkat at Guacamole or Gooseberry and see if you don’t wanna take one home.
Rocky Mountain Reaper
We know you ride, we also know you want your kids to ride with you. Not many great options around for kids or shorter riders. Rocky Mountain decided to help change that and in doing so designed the Reaper! This is an amazingly built bike for the young shredder in your group. This one will handle anything that is put in front of it. The Reaper is the bike you wish you had when you were younger!
2020 Rocky Mountain Slayer
All new for 2020, the Rocky Mountain Slayer has longer, slacker geometry, more travel and is now available with 29 or 27.5-inch wheels. The Slayer 29er has 170mm of travel and the 27.5 Slayer has 180mm of travel. We have the carbon 29er Slayer available for rent and Rocky also makes a more affordable, all alloy Slayer. In their first ride report, Pinkbike says the new Slayer is a, “return to its freeride roots.” We agree. While the 2020 Slayer pedals very well for a 170mm bike, it’s happiest in the middle of a long, rocky downhill. It’s one of the first bikes we’d choose to ride Grafton Mesa, Flying Monkey or the Brian Head bike park. Put a 200mm dual-crown fork on it and it’s ready for Red Bull Rampage. Do you think you’ve got what it takes to handle the Slayer?
IBIS RIPLEY 29ER V4
Version 4 of the Ibis Ripley 29er is here and we’ve got ’em! Half a pound lighter than the LS with cutting-edge geometry and 120mm of rear wheel DW Link suspension – the new Ripley is one of our most versatile and fun big wheel trail bikes. It pedals like an XC racer and rips the singletrack donwhills like a BMX bike. If you’re all about big days but don’t want to hold back when it gets chunky, the Ibis Ripley V4 is the bike you want.
For a detailed Ripley review, including photos, specs, geometry and pricing, visit our Ibis Ripley V4 29er bike page.
Knolly Fugitive 29er
What do you say about Knolly bikes? For those that know, YOU KNOW!
The Fugitive is Knolly’s first 29er mountain bike. Super Boost 157 spacing ensures the Knolly Fugitive 29er will fit any tire you want; and Knolly’s Fourby4 suspension guarantees the best traction and control you’ve ever experienced. All the riding style and performance you’ve come to expect from a Knolly – now available with big wheels!
Just when you think bikes can’t “do it all” any better, another bike comes along that “does it all” better. Long travel 29er’s are hotter than the surface of the Sun right now, so be sure to make a reservation on this bike.
As this bikes flows down the trail we swear we hear it singing WHEEEEEEEEEEEE!
Note: Not all bike pictures match actual parts packages or colors.
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Pivot Mach 4 SL
The Pivot Mach 4 SL 29er is a super-light, race-bred, trail-eating machine and our pick for smaller, lighter riders who want a no-compromise Southern Utah mountain bike rental. Pivot has long been a friend of smaller mountain bikers, engineering great-fitting small and extra-small bikes. The Mach 4 SL’s light, stiff carbon frame, DW Link suspension and 29-inch wheels make it a powerful climber, comfortable pedaler and great all-around full-suspension rig. New-school geometry and 100mm of premium Fox suspension make it precise, playful and confident on the technical slickrock terrain you come to Southern Utah to ride. Small and extra small riders will have a great time exploring the Hurricane mesas on our Pivot Mach 4 SL 29er rental bikes.
Versatility and comfort are the name of the game with the Salsa Horsethief 29er. We chose the alloy Salsa Horsethief mountain bike for our rental fleet because it’s easy to ride, handles everything and it’s a great value. Experienced mountain bikers and beginners alike will have tons of fun exploring Hurricane’s slickrock mesa trails and desert singletrack on the Horsethief 29er – and for less than $50 a day! It pedals great, inspires confidence and makes everyone feel like a pro in the chunky stuff. Note: our Salsa Horsethief rental bikes don’t come with a dropper post. However, if you decide to buy a bike, a dropper post will be installed.
The alloy Salsa Rustler is our affordable mountain bike rental for people of smaller stature. Available in small and extra small, the Salsa Rustler’s 27.5 wheels, 130mm of Split Pivot suspension and trail-focused geometry make it a playful and confident bike on nearly any trail. Best of all – it’s a serious mountain bike, not a clunky, overweight fake. Just because you’re short doesn’t mean you shouldn’t have a mountain bike that rips. The Rustler’s Split Pivot suspension pedals great and, combined with the 150mm RockShox Recon fork, smooths out rocky trails and drops like a champ. Note: our Salsa Rustler rental bikes don’t come with a dropper post. However, if you decide to buy a bike, a dropper post will be installed.
Rocky Mountain Instinct BC 29er (Archived)
This bike has been discontinued and archived. Scroll up for the current Rocky Mountain Instinct or the Rocky Mountain Altitude;
or visit our 2021 Rocky Mountain Instinct and 2021 Rocky Mountain Altitude bike pages.
What does BC stand for you ask? British Columbia edition, means big burly and playful! This edition was previously only available in carbon and higher end builds, but now we have an Alloy version that doesn’t break the banks while still delivering all the funs!
This great 29er is nimble enough for an all day in the saddle pedal or laps around the technical mesa. Ride 9 assures you can set this bike up for each trail you ride. Having fun on a 29er has never been so easy.
Rocky Mountain Instinct (Archived)
This bike has been discontinued and archived. Scroll up for the current Rocky Mountain Instinct; or click to go to our 2021 Rocky Mountain Instinct bike page.
“Stable and aggressive:” that’s what Rocky Mountain calls their 2020 Instinct 29er all-mountain trail bike. We just call it fun. It’s a pretty neat trick to combine both characteristics in one bike, though. Careful geometry design, just the right amount of suspension (140mm rear/140mm front) and smooth-rolling 29er wheels make the Rocky Mountain Instinct 29er one of our most versatile rental mountain bikes. It’s also one our best rental bike values. Since the Instinct 29er is such a fun, easy-to-ride bike, we wanted it to be as affordable as possible. To that end, we stock our rental fleet with the aluminum alloy Instinct so we can keep the rental rate under $50.
Pivot Mach 5.5 (Archived)
The Pivot Mach 5.5 is a 27.5 do-it-all reverse-mullet party bike! What’s a reverse mullet, you ask? It’s 140mm of DW Link business in the back and 160mm of Fox 36 party in the front! It doesn’t get the attention it deserves but the Pivot Mach 5.5 is one of our most versatile and smile-inducing bikes. It pedals great and descends like a bigger bike. We’ll confidently take the Mach 5.5 on any Hurricane trail short of pro Red Bull Rampage lines.
Evil The Offering (Archived)
WOW, AWESOME, SURPRISE, and any of the other fancy adjectives you might want to add after you get done riding the newest 29er “offering” from EVIL, the OFFERING.
Is this the Goldilocks of Evil’s 29er lineup? Is this a stand-alone bike ready to go out into the world on its own? Is it borrowing the best from the Following and Wreckoning? Or is this Offering THE bike to ride wherever the trail takes you?
For a full review, including photos, complete specs, geometry and price, visit our Evil Offering 29er bike page.
Make the reservation and take this Offering, you won’t be disappointed.
Pivot Shuttle E-MTB (Archived)
This bike has been discontinued and archived.
Based on the super-capable and versatile Pivot Mach 5.5 trail bike, the Pivot Shuttle was built to handle like a real mountain bike. It has 140mm of DW Link suspension in the rear, a 160mm fork up front, aggressive trail geo and Shimano’s proven Steps E7000 pedal-assist drive system to give you a little boost on the climbs and keep you going on epic adventure rides. Ironically, with the Pivot Shuttle, you won’t need a shuttle anymore – comfortably pedal from the OTE, Hurricane shop to the top of the JEM Trail system and rip it all the way back to town via the Hurricane Rim.
ROCKY MOUNTAIN ALTITUDE C50 (Archived)
The Rocky Mountain Altitude is one of our best all-rounder mountain bikes. It’s a 27.5 all-mountain enduro bike with 150mm of travel in the rear and a 160mm fork up front. It’s a wonderfully balanced bike that pedals really well and has been described as a “Mini-Slayer” on the downhills. Rocky’s Smoothlink suspension is active both pedaling and descending so you have outstanding traction all the time. The four-bar system also separates braking from suspension so you won’t get bucked if a bunny crosses your path. We’ll happily send the Rocky Mountain Altitude out on any trail but we think at its best on big trail rides – especially our Hurricane mesa trails, Gooseberry Mesa, Guacamole and Little Creek.
Our 2020 Rocky Mountain Altitude rental bikes all have carbon frames, 1×12 drivetrains and dropper posts. If you love the bike, we can send it home with you. If you love it but it’s outside your budget, we also carry the alloy Altitude, which sells complete for just $2,999.
IBIS RIPMO (Archived)
Clayton tries to be clever and not repeat the standard phrases and catch words. It’s hard to do. So whenever possible we go right to the source.
This is what Ibis has to say about their Ripmo 29er: “The Ripmo is a bike we’ve been wanting to make for a while now. Think of it as a mashup of the Ripley’s balance and speed, coupled with the Mojo HD4’s capabilities when things get hairy. It’s the bike that our Enduro World Series winning team will be using to defend their World Championship crown, so we pulled out all the stops.”
The RIPMO is not only sexy but it performs as advertised! For a full review, including photos, complete specs, geometry and price, visit our Ibis Ripmo 29er bike page.
Full size run! No matter how tall or short you are we have a RIPMO that will fit you. BIG WHEELS FOR ALL!!
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. NOT 24 HOURS. 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 and kits are subject to change as needed