Biking in Aspen Snowmass

With incredible mountain biking, road biking, and miles of spacious bike paths ideal for cruising on one of the perfect summer days we're known for, there's no better place to get outside on two wheels than Aspen Snowmass.

Three women climb a trail on their bikes, with Aspen Snowmass in the background

Early Season Bike Rentals

Take advantage of our early season bike rental options, in person only at Snowmass, May 3 through June 20. Learn more here.

In 2020, the entire Roaring Fork Valley was deemed a Gold-Level Ride Center by the International Mountain Bike Association, which honors the world's best destinations for mountain bikers of all levels. Get your adrenaline pumping on some on-mountain downhill trails at Snowmass Bike Park or just cruise around our picturesque valley and enjoy the sights. You can't go wrong here.

Let's start with the basics. What type of biking are you interested in doing?

Downhill Mountain Biking

Downhill/Enduro bikes are built for stability at speeds and confidence in steep and rocky terrain. Downhill/Enduro Bike Rentals are your best bet to enjoy your day in the Snowmass Bike Park safely and confidently. All Downhill/Enduro Bike Rentals include helmet and pad rental.

Mountain Biking

Lighter than downhill bikes, mountain bikes will save you some extra work while you're climbing uphill between downhill sections, allowing you to get more out of your day and your legs!

Mountain bikes are not intended for use in Snowmass Bike Park and pads are NOT included. If you're planning a day at the bike park, you may be looking for a Downhill Bike Rental instead.


E-bikes are perfect for the individual or family who want to explore the Aspen area or take a ride up to Maroon Bells without a strenuous workout. Pedal to your destination instead of driving on your next excursion.

Please click here to view safety and etiquette tips when cruising along at Aspen Snowmass.

Cruiser Biking

If your idea of a good time is taking a ride through the streets of Aspen and along the Rio Grande Trail on a sunny day, stopping for a beverage at your new favorite brewery, and exploring the Aspen Farmers Market, a cruiser bike is a great fit for you.

Click here to view safety and etiquette tips for biking around Aspen Snowmass.

Road Biking

If you plan to log some miles and explore Castle Creek Road, Maroon Creek Road, or Independence Pass, you're probably looking for a road bike. Aspen is home to some beautiful roadways perfect for a strenuous, long-distance ride.

Click here to view safety and etiquette tips for biking around Aspen Snowmass.