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Thunder Mountain Bikes

Thunder Mountain Bikes

Bike Rentals with Thunder Mountain Bikes

FROM$50 per day
Based on 942 reviews

Premium bike rentals in the heart of Sedona! Thunder Mountain has the widest range of killer bikes and gear in Sedona, from basic Trek mountain bikes all the way up to top-shelf carbon full suspension mountain bikes from Ibis, Evil, Revel, Santa Cruz and more. The bicycle-loving staff have ridden every inch of trail in town numerous times, and are stoked to share their Sedona trail knowledge, provide updated mountain bike maps, bike service, and all the parts & accessories to keep you rocking Sedona's world-class trails!   read more

Sedona Mountain Bike Academy

Sedona Mountain Bike Academy

Guided Mountain Bike Tours in Sedona with Tips for Red Rock Riding

FROM$95 per person
Based on 67 reviews

Guided tours of the iconic Sedona red rock, with tips on how to improve your game on the World's Best Trails! The Sedona Mountain Bike Academy offers personalized, guided mountain bike tours and lessons designed and conducted on Sedona’s iconic singletrack and headed by a premier team of certified mountain bike guides and instructors.  Whether it’s your first time on a mountain bike or you are an advanced rider, SMBA has an custom adventure for you. read more

Sedona Bike & Bean

Sedona Bike & Bean

Adult & Kids Bike Rentals with Bike & Bean

FROM$29 per 2 hrs
Based on 171 reviews

Shred the red with Sedona Bike & Bean in Oak Creek Village. Serving all riders from beginners to seasoned pros with some of the best trails in the world right out of their back door (literally)! Rent one of Bike & Bean's Kona, Niner or Santa Cruz bikes set up for the best Sedona experience, fuel up with a house-made latte as they share local trail information, and make your Sedona adventure one to remember!read more


Pros Cons
Easy to get to from Phoenix Very hot for summer riding
Shoulder season mecca Very touristy, think pink jeep tours. Just pass them while you bike and wave
Free camping Lots of noisy ATVs
Lots of trails for the advanced to the expert rider to test out their skills

Sedona is considered by many one of the most beautiful places in America to visit. Geographically, Sedona rests in a transition zone between the Colorado Plateau and Upper Sonoran Desert. This sacred and powerful place is home to several spiritual energy vortexes, as well as an extensive trail system with unparalleled options for mountain biking and hiking.  Sedona offers astounding red rock vistas and is a perfect destination for the off-season months when the rest of the country’s trails are covered in snow.


Sedona has so many incredible trails for mountain biking – mainly in the Intermediate/Advanced category, but some beginner-friendly options exist.  Sedona mountain bike trails are broken up into 5 main riding areas:

Village of Oak Creek

  • 42 trails with mix of beginner/intermediate/advanced/expert
  • 42 miles of trails around the Village of Oak Creek south of Sedona
  • Trails wind around iconic Sedona scenery like Courthouse Butte and Cathedral Rock

Dry Creek

  • 66 trails with mix of beginner/intermediate/advanced
  • An astounding 111 miles of trails encompassing Adobe Jack area and some newer trails at the Girdner Cultural Park trailhead
  • Range of trail types from technical slickrock to flowy desert singletrack

Broken Arrow

  • 22 trails with intermediate/advanced/expert
  • 16 miles of trails just south of town
  • Stunning Twin Buttes red rock vistas and vortexes

Adobe Jack

  • 37 trails with mix of beginner/intermediate/advanced
  • 30 miles of trails on the north side of Sedona
  • Classic Sedona red rock views, popular trails like Chuckwagon & Mescal

Carroll Canyon

  • 25 trails with primarily intermediate/advanced
  • 29 miles of trails southwest of Sedona
  • Fun flowing intermediate trails with views to Red Rock State Park

For more Sedona mountain bike trail recommendations, check out our 6 best intermediate rides in Sedona article.

sedona mountain biking


  • Off-season riding. When it’s too cold in the rest of the country, head down to Sedona to mountain bike.  Sedona is probably the best known mountain bike town in Arizona… for good reason.
  • It’s spiritual energy and vortexes!


  • Rent a mountain bike online at Sedona Bike and Bean, and grab a latte from them pre-ride.  They are located in the Village of Oak Creek , near some epic rides!
  • Thunder Mountain Sedona also carries the hottest line up of mountain bikes from some of the best mountain bike brands.


Looking for a local to guide you to the best Sedona mountain bike trails, or help you brush up on your mtb skills?

  • Sedona Mountain Bike Academy offers beginner through advanced mountain bike clinics and lessons!
  • Hermosa Tours offers personalized, custom guided bike tours throughout the red rock trails of Sedona.


  • There are several options for free camping, we camped off the main drag 525 which was slightly busy, but gave us quick access to town and getting to trails
  • Road 525 (or Loy Butte Rd) can be busy, but make sure you stick to one of the established parking/camping spots and don’t just forge your own spot in the desert.
  • Please make sure to leave no trace and pack everything out (that includes your poo!).  These materials don’t break down in the dry desert, so burying human waste is a no-no here.

Sedona camping



  • Spring and fall are the best times to visit, it’s very hot in the summer
  • Winter can be a great time to ride too, temps are usually in the 50s in Dec/Jan and up to the 60s by February – it’s also the best time to save money on hotels and other accommodation