Summer hours are 8:30 - 6:00 daily
We have a limited amount of quality bikes, so a reservation helps a great deal. It is highly recommended to reserve your bikes as far in advance as possible.
There is NO deposit required. If you reserve a bike through our website, we do ask that you contact us if you need to cancel the reservation. 970.453.2499
You may bring your own helmet if desired, but Bell bike helmets are provided with each rental.
If you get to Frisco and for any reason feel you don’t want to ride back give us a call, let us know where you’ll be locking up your bike, and we’ll come pick it up for you. The Summit Stage is a great free shuttle system that will get you back to Breckenridge.
There is no charge for us to pick up the bike. We do request that the bike is dropped off no later than 4 pm and you call 970.453.2499 to let us know.
We have maps detailed maps available at Elevation. For a quick reference, please see the links below.
Town Of Breckenridge Trail Maps: Click Here
Town of Breckenridge designated bike routes (color version) or the Town of Breckenridge designated bike routes (B&W version, better for printing) depending on your immediate needs.
Perhaps you only want to get to know those trails within ski resort boundaries. Then the best map for you to use is the Breckenridge Ski Resort biking trail map and the Breckenridge Ski Resort Fun Park map. Please keep in mind that there is no parking at the base of Peak 8. This area has gondola access only.
Luckily the Town of Breckenridge helps you plan ahead with a Current trail conditions map.
Our phone number is listed on every bike. Give us a phone call and we will meet you and fix/replace your bike.
Many people coming from lower altitudes struggle with adjusting such a high elevation. You will notice shortness of breath, tiredness, and in some cases altitude sickness. Altitude sickness consists of flu-like symptoms. The last thing you will want to do is over exert yourself in your first few days and ruin the rest of your vacation. Start out slowly and allow yourself to acclimate.
Drink plenty of water.
Get lots of rest.
Avoid caffeine and alcohol.
For more tips and products to help you adjust and enjoy your vacation to Breckenridge, visit our friends at 24 Hour Oxygen.
Local Trail Conditions?
The weather in the mountains constantly changes, and changes quickly. Even with clear skies and warm sunny weather in the morning you can expect a shower or thunderstorm in the afternoon. Be prepared with extra layers and wind resistant jackets. If you get caught in a storm, watch for lightening. If lightening does occur, stay out of open spaces and make sure you’re below tree line. Keep in mind that for every thousand feet of elevation gain the temperature will drop about 5.5 degrees. Additionally, ultraviolet radiation increases about 26% at elevations between 5,000 and 14,000ft. (Breckenridge is at 9,600ft.) With these factors in mind, be sure to pack for all types of weather conditions, and make sure that you bring plenty of sunscreen.