Providing mountain bike shuttles to all of Moab’s greatest trails. Click for details.
Shuttles outside of Moab, including CO (Loma, Telluride, Durango) and popular river locations.
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The Whole Enchilada Trail System – Burro Pass, Hazard County, Kokopelli or Jimmie Keen Flat, UPS, LPS, to Porcupine Rim.
A world class ride and a Moab must do for the avid rider. This ride starts at the top of Geyser Pass and climbs up to the top of Burro Pass at 11,150 at the tree line. Then descends down through the alpine to the aspens at Hazard County Trail. Following the aspens down Hazard, you then come to your first option of Kokopelli or the Jimmie Keen Flat single track down to the start of UPS. Please note that Jimmie Keen Flat adds miles and time to the already lengthy and demanding W.E. Both lead you down through the Scrub Oak and Juniper to the the start of UPS and the famous view of Castle Valley. Descending down winding single track and rock sections along the rim to LPS and then to the Castle Valley Overlook on Porcupine Rim. Finishing with classic desert riding down the famous Porcupine Rim Trail down to the mighty Colorado River. Although it is approximately a 7000 foot descent, it is a technical and demanding ride even for the experienced rider.
*Depending on demand there are usually two or more set times per morning in season.Request Shuttle
Bull Run, Getaway, Arth’s Corner, Great Escape, Little canyon, Gemini Bridges Rd. to HWY 191 or Goldbar Singletrack to Portal.
A classic desert ride with some of the most spectacular views in the area. Whether you have already ridden the Whole Enchilada and are looking for another epic or you are looking for something more intermediate, Magnificent 7 is what your looking for. It is the same concept of getting dropped off at the top and descending back towards town. This ride can be a good half day intermediate ride to an epic technical day. Red rock mixed with dirt sections twisting through the juniper. Mag.7 will surely not disappoint.
Porcupine Shuttle offers complimentary vehicle staging assistance for this trail.
Mag 7 shuttle times vary depending on demand.Request Shuttle
Bar M, Circle O, Rockin A, Bar B, Killer B, Lazy EZ loop, Deadman’s Ridge, Rusty Spur, Longbranch, North 40, Maverick, Sidewinder Bar M
A network of shorter trails ranging from beginner to advanced as short or as long as you want. Winding, rollercoaster like single track and jeep road with views of the mighty La Sal Mountains and Arches National Park.
We do not run a set schedule to the Brands trails, it is usually a stop on the way up to Mag 7.Request Shuttle
Porcupine Rim is included in the Whole Enchilada Trail System. It used to be one of the classic desert rides for Moab, but now it has been upgraded to the Whole Enchilada Trail System. Even though you might be adding mileage to the original trail, they are mainly fun descents with views that are sure to please!
Please click The Whole Enchilada if you looking to submit a request.
Kokopelli Trail (Loma)
Whether your riding it in a day or you taking multiple days to bike pack. We offer shuttles to the trail head in Loma.
We offer these shuttles on a demand basis and are based on availability.
Please inquire for current pricing.
Telluride & Durango Mt. Resort (San Juan Hut Systems)
We offer a flat fare for the van to get you and your group to either Telluride or Durango Mt. Resort for the San Juan Huts. We also offer vehicle transfers for both trips.
We run these shuttles on a demand basis. Please inquire for current pricing.Request Shuttle
Cataract Canyon/River Shuttles – Hite/Lake Powell
We offer both driver and vehicle shuttles to and from Potash put in and down to the take out at Lake Powell.
We do not offer shuttles or transfers via Mineral Bottom Road or Ruby Ranch, and we are not equipped with trailers to transfer rafts/gear.
Please inquire for current pricing.Request Shuttle
Custom Shuttle Request
We can help out with just about any of your shuttle needs. The spring and fall months are a very busy time for us locally to where we may not be available until the afternoons. We are usually out driving shuttles in the mornings so the best time to catch us in the office is in the afternoons. All scheduled times vary through season depending on time of year and temperatures. Fill out the form and lets see if we can work together on your next adventure!