Steamboat Springs Bike Guide
There is no shortage of trails, paths and parks to bike here in Steamboat Springs, so whether you are an avid cyclist or a paved-path-cruiser, we have the perfect place for you to ride. I’ve put together a list of links to help you navigate the best routes for your riding ability.
2015 Steamboat Springs Bike Town USA Bike Guide
This year’s Bike Guide features a handy pull-out ride guide with trails, distance, elevation and ratings. Stop by any Steamboat Springs bike shop or our Steamboat Sotheby’s office (610 Marketplace Plaza) and pick one up. Peruse a digital copy below:
This redesigned website, operated by Bike Town USA, is a great online resource for everything bicycle:
* Interactive maps for road, mountain, downhill, BMX and casual riding. Also includes suggested rides for various abilities.
Routt County Riders is a local non-profit and chapter club of the International Mountain Biking Association (IMBA). If you’ve ever ridden on Steamboat’s trails, you probably have the Routt County Riders to thank for the trail building and maintenance.
The RCR’s trail report provides up-to-date information regarding trail closures and conditions.
In addition to its good deeds, the RCR also host a variety of group rides.
With over 50 miles and a vertical drop of 2,180 ft of downhill and free ride bike terrain for all abilities, the Steamboat Resort turns their winter ski runs into summertime biking fun. Think the Steamboat Bike Park is above your riding ability? No worries. They offer lessons, rentals, demo days, twilight riding and more.
Safe Routes to Schools is dedicated to advancing safe walking and biking to and from schools for our children. Each spring and fall, our local Safe Routes to Schools hosts “Hike & Bike to School Days”. Check out their website for details and rider safety information.
See you on the trails,