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 Evil, Rocky Mountain, Ibis Cycles, Pivot, Knolly, BMC, Salsa, Niner, Felt.
What other bike shop offers so many awesome bikes from one location?
Including 27.5/650B, 29ER, and the newest 27.5+
Our rental day is 9am to 5pm, NOT 24hrs.
Fetching awesome bikes!
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!
ROCKY MOUNTAIN THUNDERBOLT 27.5
The Thunderbolt is another great bike to add to the growing list of 650B/27.5 wheeled bikes. New since the 2016 model to cuurent year Rocky Mountain has added the RIDE 9, which takes an already versatile bike and pushes it up another level. With RIDE 9 you have the option of picking the head and seat tube angle that fits your ride style and trail conditions. With 130mm of travel this bike hauls down the trail and handles the techy sections with ease. Everyone that has been on this bike has brought it back with smiles on their faces. Great riding bike and one to try out for sure if you are curious about the new wheel size. The Thunderbolt was voted the closest quiver killer currently available by Dirt Rag Magazine Thunderbolt
We agree that the Thunderbolt checks off oodles of boxes making a safe choice when you are unsure of what the trail might be!
BMC SPEEDFOX SF03 29er
What’s the difference between the BMC Trailfox and this here Speedfox? Glad you asked. The Speedfox is a 130mm front and rear travel. A fantastic bike that you can’t go wrong with. For nimble mountain goats and downhill junkies alike, the new Speedfox does it all, guaranteeing that the adventurous element to mountain biking remains the focus of every ride. Efficient and light, this bike is capable of handling the most demanding trails you can find. This bike also offers great stand over for those that have a shorter inseam.
NINER JET 9 ALLOY
Niner has been making great 29 in wheel bikes for awhile now and we like it. A bike like the Jet 9 shows that 29ers are in fact fun bikes to ride. Light, mobile, and fast this Jet 9 is an improved update on an already great platform. A bit more travel than earlier versions, slacker head angles and really geared toward a fun trial bike.
This also has great stand over height for the shorter riders out there without compromising fun or performance.
ROCKY MOUNTAIN PIPELINE 30
The Pipeline was one of the first 27.5+ bikes that we got really excited about! Bigger tire with lots of traction, but still able to shred on the fast or downhill sections.
This description is from the Rocky Mountain website “An all-new 2018 Pipeline frame pushes the rear travel to 140mm, increases stiffness, adjusts the suspension kinematics for more efficient pedaling and better small-bump sensitivity, and gives the frame a host of next-generation features. Available in both carbon and alloy models, the Pipeline plows through greasy roots and square-edged chunder with authority, while providing near limitless traction on rocky, slippery climbs.”
Bigger travel with some great Maxxis tires makes this a great ride.
BMC TRAIL FOX 29ER
You knew BMC won the Tour De France in 2011. Did you know they also make kick butt mountain bikes? We here at Over The Edge like to push rad companies who are making above average product. BMC fits this description. Their bikes are mind blowing works of carbon fiber art, a piece of art that can be ridden hard in the dirt and rocks!
This Trail Fox is fast. Several riders have brought this bike back raving about how awesome it was to go fast with confidence. With plenty of travel this 29er can descend and handle all of the mesa riding you want to do. Clean lines with confidence! We dare you to come back without a smile after being on this bike.
NINER JET 9 RDO 27.5 PLUS
Niner has been making great 29 in wheel bikes for awhile now and we like it. A bike like the Jet 9 shows that 29ers are in fact fun bikes to ride. THIS model however is a bold move for Niner! 27.5 PLUS. Light, mobile, and fast this Jet 9 is an improved update on an already great platform. The JET 9 can run 29 or 27.5 plus wheel set ups, our demos have 27.5 plus. A bit more travel than earlier versions, slacker head angles and really geared toward a fun trial bike.
This also has great stand over height for the shorter riders out there without compromising fun or performance.
Pivot 429 Trail - 29
The greatest trail bikes do everything well, no matter what or where you ride. Pivot’s Mach 429 trail does just that. When designing the Mach 429 Trail the goal was to create a new category of trail bike – one that takes advantage of the best features of 29er wheels and yet maintains the performance characteristics that make you forget about wheel size which then translates to the “best-ride-ever,” every time you ride.
- Model Year: 2018
- Advertised Price: $4099
- Boosted full carbon frameset, 116mm rear travel
- Fox Float DPS Rear Shock, Fox 34 performance fork, 130mm travel
- Shimano XT / SLX / RaceFace drivetrain
- Dropper post, tubeless tires
ROCKY MOUNTAIN INSTINCT 29ER
The Rocky Mountain Instinct is in our line up for 2018!
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.
We know a lot of these descriptions and magazine reviews all start to sound the same, and as we have tried to use our own words with so many great bikes they do sometimes blur together. However the Rocky Mountain Instinct is still a 29er that we have zero fear putting anyone on as it rides like a bike! It does what you want without making you feel 10 feet high in the air. You wanna blast straight through the chunk and roots, awesome this will let you do that. You wanna jump, great jump away! We know you have been tempted to get on a 29er, and the Instinct will not let you down!
NINER RIP 9 RDO 27.5+ OR 29ER
Niner has been making great 29 in wheel bikes for awhile now and we like it. A bike like the Rip 9 shows that 29ers are in fact fun bikes to ride. THIS model however is a bold move for Niner! 27.5 PLUS or the option of running 29er wheels. Light, mobile, and fast this Rip 9 is an improved update on an already great platform. A bunch more travel than earlier versions, slacker head angles and really geared toward a the trend of fun capable big travel 29er trial bikes. When the trial gets rowdy this bike will not let you down!
PIVOT MACH 4
This is yet another highly anticipated bike. The bigger brother of this bike, the Mach 6, has been highly received by the aggressive enduro crowd, but those looking for something a little more playful and with more all day rideability will love the new Mach 4. The Mach 4 Carbon rolls on 27.5” wheels, features 100mm of travel, and introduces the next generation of race/trail geometry—all paired with the lightest full-suspension frame Pivot has ever made. Whether you are a pure XC racer looking for something nimble, with the acceleration of 26” wheels and the rolling speed of a 29er, or a trail rider that wants something fast and responsive yet stable, the Mach 4 Carbon has you covered.
ROCKY MOUNTAIN ALTITUDE 750
After a small break the Altitude is back and ready to roll! Fun colors, clean lines and solid build kit make this a great option while riding trails in the Hurricane Area.
This bike took the Rocky Mountain Enduro World Series Team to the Team Overall for 2016. What does that mean for you? Well, probably that the Rocky team is faster than you, but with luck maybe some of their skills rubbed off on the bike??? If you demo this bike while in Hurricane you can count on the bike NOT being the reason you can’t clean sections of trail or can’t keep up with your buddies. If you need a patsy, look elsewhere! The Rocky Mountain Altitude Carbon 750! This bike has a carbon frame, 1×11 drivetrain, AND a dropper post. HUGE bang for the buck, and attitude to spare!
Rocky Mountain Slayer Carbon--27.5"
You have been asking us about this bike and we had it around for a little bit. Then asked us to bring it back to the fleet and we listened. THE SLAYER IS BACK in Hurricane.
That’s right folks, one of the most iconic long travel mountain bikes of all time has returned. Even if you didn’t know anything about this bike, it would probably be pretty easy to get the gist of what this bike likes to do. Do you really need us to explain or regurgitate the marketing hype? Say it with me now, in a deep growly voice…. SLAYER! A little lower, slower, and louder now…. S L A Y E R ! ! ! Now you are getting it. Make a reservation, don’t ask any questions, just enjoy your day.
Note: Not all bike pictures match actual parts packages or colors.
Pivot Switchblade--27.5" Plus or 29er
The all new Switchblade is purpose-built to meet the demands of enduro and aggressive trail riding, yet it’s still a pleasure to ride this bike all day long. This bike is a versatile ripper with a huge advantage no matter where you shred. For the first time at OTE we are offering the option to try this bike set up as a long travel 29er, or as a 27.5″ plus bike with 2.8 chubby tires. However you set it up, the Switchblade begs for fast, steep and technical trails, or all day single track adventures.
Clayton got a chance to ride this bike around some rough and rowdy trails and fell in lust with it immediately. We have said several times that a bike can help build and increase confidence and we have meant it, with the Switchblade it will prove that statement to be true!
PIVOT MACH 6
To Borrow Directly from the Pivot website…
“Pivot’s renowned Mach 6 Carbon is longer, lower and sets a new benchmark for enduro / aggressive trail bikes. The new design benefits directly from Pivot’s extensive gravity design experience – the perfect combination of progressive geometry and uncompromising pedaling capability – making it the right choice for dropping into black-diamond terrain and hitting technical features at race pace. From peak to podium, the Mach 6 Carbon is enduro performance, redefined.”
We have it for you to ride and see for yourself. We dare you to try it.
PIVOT MACH 5.5
The BRAND NEW Pivot Mach 5.5
This bike has turned heads and provides another smash hit from the great folks over at Pivot Cycles.
To borrow directly from the Mach 5.5 website “The new Mach 5.5 Carbon builds on the legacy of our renowned Mach 5.7 Carbon as the quintessential trail bike. With 140mm of dw-link™ rear travel, it sticks to and claws up just about anything, with unparalleled pedaling efficiency. On descents, the Mach 5.5 Carbon’s incredible square edge bump performance and 160mm travel Fox 36 fork enables you to conquer terrain that makes other bikes cower. It’s a bike that inspires you to climb while looking forward to the descents and that begs you to push your limits while putting a smile on your face.”
Not sure how we could say it any better.
IBIS RIPLEY LS 29ER
The Long Slack has arrived. We decided that the Ripley LS was the bike to have for our Southern Utah trails. This is a fun ride and continues the line of quality Ibis bikes. Sporting the 5th DW link version. There are several reviews out on this bike, most agree with our experience. This is a big wheel bike that is playful and fun to get off the ground or sit and pedal. You will surely be looking for the most fun lines. The Ripley might be built as a svelte cross country rig but this bike loves to get rowdy. So many goodies to try out on this bike you need to get out in the dirt on it.
IBIS MOJO 3 27.5 PLUS
“This is the coolest bike I’ve ever seen” says the first customer to lay eyes on the freshly assembled Ibis Mojo 3. We couldn’t agree more. This is the future and where bikes are heading rapidly. Crazy short chainstays and 2.8 rubber makes this bike look like a mini monster truck. Yet riding it feels like you always dreamed your bike should feel. Endless traction, yet light weight, with that Ibis snappy pedaling. This bike is more then many of us could have even dreamed. It’s that good.
At the Hurricane Mountain bike festival this bike had a line waiting to take it out! Not one person came back disappointed. You want more traction and the ability to pedal through rough sections of trail and crunch your PR times this MOJO 3 PLUS will allow you to to just that.
IBIS HD4 (yup #4)
Ibis mojo HD4!!!
Another great bike from the great folks over at Ibis. The Mojo 3 and HD3 where really close as model go so Ibis decided it was time to really make them distinct bikes. Enter the HD4.
Longer, Slacker, Lower! When you have this bike you will see just how true those words are. The Ibis HD4 will allow you to charge any section of trail full of confidence! During a time when lots of bikes are similar and close to each other this one sets itself apart from the pack. Come by and take this out. The improvements are real.
And the colors are awesome.
Clayton tries to be clever and not repeat the standard phrases and catch words. It is hard to do. SO when possible we go right to the source.
This is what Ibis has to say: “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 preforms as advertised!
Currently we have a LG available with a full size run to come as soon as possible.
Evil 'The Calling' - 27.5
Have you ever wanted a bike that wasn’t like a bike at all? The Calling is your answer. This bike-shaped-skateboard has enough travel to keep you honest, while encouraging you to irresponsibly hit every extra-credit line on the trail.
Sizes Available: Medium, Large
- Model Year: 2017
- Advertised Price: $6899.99 (Custom Build)
- Full carbon frameset, 130mm rear travel
- RockShox Pike RCT3, 140mm travel
- Sram X01 1 x 12 drivetrain
- Reverb Dropper Seatpost
- Magura MT 7 Trails brakes
EVIL FOLLOWING MB
EVIL FOLLOWING MB
What is MB short for?
This EVIL does what you want it to do when you want to do it.
Quick stable and ready to get you to the top of the hill. Once there it allows you to go wild on the descent!
That Is why this is MORE BETTERER.
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