Sedona, AZ. Biking for all kinds. From mild to wild Sedona has it all. 200+ miles of single track & 300+ days of sunshine. Many of the trails in Sedona interconnect to create many possibilities for epic all day rides. A good bike to bring is one of those that they call a mountain bike....... many locals ride 5-6inch trail rigs affording some squish for the more technical nature of most of the areas trails. All the shops usually have a number of rides each week. You can usually check ahead to find people to ride with. Did I mention Sedona has it all Climbing, Hiking, Canyoneering and Super Cush Accommodations! At the edge of the Colorado Plateau Sedona Sits among amazing topography. Elevation is from 4200ft up to 6800ft on top of the Colorado Plateau and you can expect roughly 1000ft of climbing per 10 miles of trail. Trails consist of mostly single track with lots of ups and downs "punchy" is a good word to describe the effort needed navigating the small ups and downs. Sedona does have a good amount of Slick Rock somewhat similar to Moab or Goosberry but is a different flavor. Whether your here to test your limits of skill or enjoy the amazing scenery Sedona has it all. Don't miss our Neighbors Flagstaff, Dead Horse State Park(Cottonwood), MIngus Mountain(Jerome) or Prescott all have amazing riding as well.Sedona, AZ. Biking for all kinds. From mild to wild Sedona has it all. 200+ miles of single track & 300+ days of sunshine. Many of the trails in Sedona interconnect to create many possibilities for epic all day rides. If you bring your big bike or your cross country bike or preferably both you will have a blast. For people bringing the big bike Sedona you have to "pay to play" peddle that is. Munds wagon trail is the about the only shuttle in the area unless you head over to nearby Jerome to the top of mingus mountain for 4000ft of shuttle access or head North to Flagstaff on Mt. Elden. If you just come to Sedona and ride the basics you'll have a rippin good time, be nice to the locals and show good etiquette and you may get the inside track on advice. Chances are all the shops usually having a number of rides each week you can usually check ahead to find people to ride with. Did I mention Sedona has it all Climbing, Hiking, Canyoneering and Super Cush Accommodations! At the edge of the Colorado Plateau Sedona Sits among amazing topography. Elevation is from 4200ft up to 6800ft on top of the Colorado Plateau. Trails consist of mostly single track with small burst climbs and steep downs in and out of the many small draineges. Trails are usually Moderatly rocky coming in and out of slick rock. In most places the "slick rock" is much different than Moab. Rather than being a flowing surface it is fairly technical if it is not flat.
Getting ThereSedona is just about center of AZ. Two hours north of Phoenix and One hour south of Flagstaff.
Head North on Intersate 17 1hr 45min to Highway 179 take 179 straight into Sedona.
Take Intersate 17 south for 3mi to Highway 89a south straight into Sedona.
The Map to have Beartooth Publishing Sedona Recreation Map
Bike Shops & Guides
Bike & Bean
Bikes & Coffee !!!!!!!!!
6020 Hwy 179
Sedona, AZ 86351
360 Adventures specializes in mountain biking, rock climbing, hiking, backpacking, & canyoneering excursions and team building programs.
480-722-0360 - 1-888-722-0360
Welcome to Over the Edge Sedona, your one-stop bike shop offering the best in rentals, sales, service, and fun.
MTB Life in Sedona Arizona is in full swing with the opening of OTE Sedona in October of 2011. Like all Over the Edge bike shops, we continue the passion of sharing amazing trails in amazing places; and no better place than stunning Sedona landscapes and endless loops of unique singletrack. We've got something for everyone.
1695 W State Route 89A
Sedona AZ 86336 USA
6101 Highway 179
Village of Oak Creek: Sedona, AZ 86351
Toll Free: 1-877-284-1242
Accomodations & CampingOak Creek Canyon has many options for campsites check www.redrockcountry.org for seasonal closures of some sites. Sedona has some of the best places to stay in AZ.
Great Conclusions for Epic Days
Great for immediately after the ride
Oak Creek Brewery & Grill
336 Hwy 179 Ste D-201, Tlaquepaque Arts & Crafts Village
Sedona, AZ 86336 (928) 282-3300
Picazzo's - Gourmet Pizza
1855 W Hwy 89A Sedona, AZ 86336
Casa Bonita Family Mexican Restaurant
164-H Coffee Pot Dr Sedona, AZ 86336
Thai Spices Natural Restaurant
2986 W Hwy 89A Sedona, AZ 86336
Great to freshen up for
The Heartline Cafe
1610 W Hwy 89A Sedona, AZ 86336
241 N Hwy 89A Sedona, AZ 86336
Shugrue's Hillside Grill
671 Hwy 179 Ste D Sedona, AZ 86336
Dahl & DiLuca Ristorante Italiano
2321 W Hwy 89A Sedona, AZ 86336
L'Auberge Restaurant on Oak Creek
301 L'Auberge Lane Sedona, AZ 86336
(928) 282-1661 (800) 272-6777
771 HWY 179 Sedona, AZ 86339
•Wilderness Areas are closed to bikes so check your routes.
•A Red Rock Pass is required for parking on the National Forest
•Trails are shared with hikers & equestrians.
• Vortacies...don't fall in :)
• Timeshares...don't fall in :)