The occasional rain storms are keeping the dirt tacky and the morning/evening temps cool. The consistent moisture has the trails buff and fast! Join us Wednesday evening at 6:30pm for an Advanced group ride. You will need lights for this ride. If you need a new light, swing in before 6pm – We have a great selection!
All 2017 and 2018 rental bikes are on sale. Check out our Deals Page!
Trail Status as of 09/09/2018
Creek Crossings Caution
Slippery in spots!
Bike Park Open
Only ride when dry.
Bell Rock Path Open
Big Park Loop Open
Long Canyon Open
Adobe Jack Open
Chuck Wagon Open
Easy Breezy Open
Grand Central Open
Slick-rock with great views!
Old Post Open
Section down to the creek is double black! Turn off at Easy Breezy
Creekside Coffee – Sedona’s newest coffee and high end espresso shop. Amazing red rock views from the balcony, located 1 mile away from OTE, just after the Hwy 179 round a bout.
Famous Pizza – Casual pizza place with carefully selected micro-brews on tap. Located on Dry Creek Rd close to the trails. Famous has a great patio to enjoy some sunshine with your pizza and beer after a ride.
Oak Creek Brewery – local on-site brewery taproom, hole in the wall awesome location with a great enclosed patio atmosphere. live music almost every night. Just a short pedal from the shop!
Oak Creek Brewery & Grill – This is the full-on restaurant version of the taproom. Beautiful restaurant in the Tlaquepaque art village. All their great micro-brews & tasty craft burgers, a high-end pub and highly worth it.
Paleo Brio – If you’re a fan of straightforward plates of high quality meats and veggies, this is the best place in town. Funky decor, casual vibe, and reasonable prices. Full bar for drinks with the option for bone broth shots! Located directly across the street from OTE.
Pisa Lisa – A great local spot for some of the best pie in the land. Great selection of beers and inspired wood fired pizzas.
Tortas Del Fuego – Right across from the shop this place is a local favorite. Authentic, fresh Mexican food.
Arabella Hotel Sedona – Journey into the high desert on a quest for relaxation and adventure. Easy access to miles of hiking and biking trails. Arabella hotel invites you to embrace the relaxed spirit and vital energy of Sedona, Arizona. For reservations call 855-795-8207 or online.
Baby Quail Inn – (928) 282-2835 – mention Over the Edge for 10% discount!
Sedona Real – Mountain Biker friendly! Clean spacious rooms, close to some of Sedona’s best trails. Your room includes complimentary deluxe hot/cold breakfast bar, fast wifi, bike wash station, fire pit and bbq’s. (15% off discount… just use the magic word “OTE” when booking online or by phone at (928) 282-1414)
Sedona Courtyard by Marriott– The new Courtyard by Marriott Sedona is backed up right to the magnificent Red Rock Mountains and mountain biking heaven! The hotel offers nearby access to many trails that will take you into the Sedona trail network. The new state-of-the-art hotel has the only roof top deck in Sedona. The Bistro is your destination for a great breakfast, or drinks and dinner during the evening. Your hotel stay includes an outdoor pool, hot tub and complementary shuttle.
Sedona Rouge– Luxury amenities and pet friendly accommodations! The Rouge is located a few blocks away from OTE and several trailheads. Use the OTE promo code “BIKE” when booking online and get 10% off!
Sedona Springs Resort – (928) 204-3400 – Close to the trails! Apartment / Condo style suites, great for families or groups and located just around the corner from Over The Edge.
Sugar Loaf Lodge – (928) 282-9451 – cheap and across street from shop! The hotel manager is THE coolest mountain biker in Sedona!
Oak Creek Canyon offers beautiful campgrounds, nestled among cottonwoods, pines, and fishing/swimming holes. Located six or more miles north of Sedona, Campsites here range from $15-18 per night. Reservations are a must! Please be aware that there is no direct trail access from Oak Creek Canyon and heavy traffic nearby.
Our favorite camping area is located in West Sedona, about 7 miles from our shop and only a few miles from some of our favorite singletrack trails in the Boynton Pass area. Maps to all of the campsites listed are available in the store.
Primitive camping! There are no bathrooms, no water, no trash cans or tables, and campfires are prohibited! Pack out what you pack in! Please pick up your trash.
Directions: Head west on Hwy 89A, turn right on Dry Creek Rd, left on Boynton Pass Rd and another left at the stop sign to stay on Boynton Pass Rd. Boynton Pass Rd soon turns into dirt, keep going! Make a Left at the next intersection, Forest Road 525, then look to your right after making the turn to find our favorite spot.