GET IT FIXED. GET IT TUNED. GET IT HERE!

Before you head out for that epic adventure, have your bike serviced at the Estes Park Mountain Shop!

Safety Check $29.99

Basic Tune Up $69
Adjust brakes | Adjust gears | Lubricate drivetrain | Check Tire pressure
Replace valve caps if missing | Replace cable ends if missing

Complete bike cleaning | Complete safety examination

Deluxe Tune Up $99
Adjust brakes | Adjust gears | Lubricate drivetrain | Check Tire Pressure
Replace valve caps if missing | Replace cable ends if missing
True both wheels | Complete bike cleaning | Complete safety examination

Complete Overhaul $150
Adjust brakes | Adjust gears | Lubricate drivetrain | Check Tire pressure 
Replace valve caps if missing | Replace cable ends if missing
True both wheels | Take bike completely apart and clean all parts
Re-pack all serviceable bearings | All new cables | All new housing

**Please allow up to 2-3 days for repairs**

Stop by and get your bike serviced today!

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before you go

 

Here are some of our favorite places to bike in the Estes Park area. You'll find something to suit your needs whether you want to pedal around with the kids, or huck it off boulders!

mountain biking

CROSIER MT. (Advanced):

While Crosier Mountain is beautiful, it is also not for the weak at heart. Riders need to be prepared for 10 miles of steep, rugged and unforgiving terrain. Access the Crosier Mountain Glen Haven Trail in Glen Haven near the Post Office on the western side of town. The trail offers no warm-up period and you’ll immediately climb up root and rock steps, steep grades, and loose surfaces eventually breaking out to a breathtaking view at the top of Crosier. Be sure to respect private property, and keep to the main singletrack as you wind your way toward the summit. When you are ready, lower your seat and get ready for a rowdy ride all the way down the mountain. You’ll receive a full-body workout maintaining positioning and managing all the switchbacks and drops, but the ride is a blast and well worth the effort!


POLE HILL (Intermediate):
This ride contains a number of loops through some beautiful National Forest land. The trails are much wider than single track and are also used by off road vehicles so keep an eye out. To get there take Highway 36 East to Boulder until you reach the top of the hill as you leave town. Turn left on the first dirt road (Pole Hill Rd) and go through the subdivision until you see the series of trails start.

 

HALL RANCH (Intermediate/Advanced):
This is one of the best rolling single track areas around.  There are a number of loops and some variances in difficultly. Hall Ranch is located just north of Lyons off of Highway 7. There are two parking lots for this area; one is located just off Highway 7 on the east side of the road and the other off of Apple Valley Rd which is also east of the highway. From Estes Park you can take either Highway 7 south or Highway 36 east to Lyons and then Highway 7 north.

HEIL RANCH (Intermediate):

A solid trail with a moderate climb, multiples loops including a connection to Hall Ranch, mostly straightforward intermediate terrain, and a few additional obstacles, plus a fast descent back to the trailhead. There are also two parking lots for this area, one is located just off Highway 7 (Picture Rock Trailhead), and the other is accessed by Lefthand Canyon Dr from Highway 36.

LIONS GULCH (Advanced):

3.5 miles of ​rugged, steep and technical singletrack make this a tough trail full of adventure. Newly rebuilt and reopened since the 2013 flood, prepare for an uphill grunt, connection to Homestead Meadow at the top and a wild descent offering beautiful scenery and fun riding. Access the trail off Highway 36 just beyond Pole Hill.

HOMESTEAD MEADOW (Intermediate):

Get in a ride and a history lesson in Homestead Meadow. Access to the trail can be achieved from Hermit Park (from the north), Pierson Park (from the west) or Lion Gulch Trailhead (from the east). Be advised that access from Hermit Park will require a $9 Larimer County day-use pass. Most of the route is on old doubletrack wagon roads, but with a few short sections of singletrack included. Its beautiful scenery and interesting history about the area's homesteaders, all from the saddle of your mountain bike.

GINNY TRAIL (Intermediate):

Down the canyon and just outside of Masonville you'll find the Ginny Trail, one of the Front Range's best kept mountain bike secrets. Bobcat Ridge Natural Area provides easy access to the trail which can be riden as an out-and-back or linked up with the Powerline Trail for added fun. Enjoy some technical climbs and fast descents with great views of RMNP from the top. Be sure to watch for other trail users including equine riders.

 

Road biking

LAKE ESTES BIKE PATH (Easy):
The pedestrian trail around Lake Estes is a great place to get out with the family and enjoy the scenic landscape! The trail is a 3.75 mile loop that can be started from a number of locations including the Estes Park Mountain Shop.  

DEVILS GULCH TO DRY GULCH (Moderate):
This is a great loop with some demanding climbs that will sneak up on you! This approximately nine mile ride than can also be started here at the Estes Park Mountain Shop. From the shop take Highway 34 west towards town. At the first stop light Highway 34 will turn right, from there take this up the hill until you arrive at McGregor Ranch Rd and make a right. McGregor Ranch Rd will turn into Devils Gulch Rd and you will continue on this until you hit H Bar G Rd where you will make a right. Continue on H Bar G Rd until Dry Gulch Rd where you will also make a right. From there continue on Dry Gulch until you reach Highway 34, make a left, and the Estes Park Mountain Shop will be to your right.

ESTES PARK TO BEAR LAKE IN RMNP (Difficult):
This is a scenic ride that will expose you to the beauty of Rocky Mountain National Park! This is a twenty mile ride out and back if you start from the entrance station. From town take Highway 36 to the entrance of the Park. Once through the entrance station you will make you’re first left on Bear Lake Rd. Continue the upward climb through beautiful scenery until you reach the road's terminus at Bear Lake.

 

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