Sedona Mountain Biking Tour - 2 Hour

Sedona is world famous for its sweeping views of majestic red rock, and a guided, Sedona mountain biking tour is one of the most exhilirating ways to enjoy it.  On a bike you can get further into the backcountry than the hikers so solitude isn't rare on these beginner rides.

We'll meet you at our partner shop to get sized up on bikes.  Once you're ready we'll ride to the trails.  This ride is perfect for the beginner, first time riders and families hoping to add some excitement to their Sedona visit.

Duration:  2 hours

Departs:  We offer 8:30am & 1:30pm departures.  Private options available for an additional fee.  All tours depart from our bike partner Absolute Bikes in the Village of Oak Creek.

Cost:  $120/rider with 2 or more guests ($205/solo rider); Private fee $50/group

Includes:  Permits & entry fees, skilled guide(s), high performance front suspension mountain bike, helmet, water & snacks.  Guides carry First Aid kits & cell phones.  Full suspension upgrades are available:  Premium $50; Super-Premium $70+ depending on model; INCLUDES BIKE DAMAGE INSURANCE (call for details)

Season:  This Sedona Mountain Biking Tour is available year round, weather dependent.

Skill level:  Beginner

Notes:  RESERVATIONS REQUIRED; We suggest you make reservations at least a week in advance to ensure guide availability.  Minimum age 12 years.  Sunscreen recommended.  If you bring your own bike we'll credit you $20 per bike (that we don't have to rent).

Cancelation Policy:  All half and full day tours have a 72-hour cancelation policy.  If your plans change for any reason, please be sure to call at least 72 hours prior to the day of your tour to avoid charges.

Sedona Mountain Biking - 2 hour

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