Breckenridge Ski & Sport offers a wide variety of bikes to rent. Our fleet is made up of Diamondback and IZIP brand bikes. Whether you want to bop around Main Street on a town cruiser, crush some hills on one of the IZIP electric bikes, or take on one of the main mountain bike trails in Summit County on a hardtail, we have a bike that will be perfect for your adventure.
Yes. Youth ages range from 6 years old to 11 years old, and adults are 12 years old and up.
All our bikes beside our Full Suspension Mountain bikes are available for a 1/2 day (4 hours) when you walk-in. We offer full day (8 hours) and multi day rentals as well when you walk-in and online. Pro tip: Book online for 25% OFF your entire rental.
Our shop hours are 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM daily.
Half Day Rentals
Morning | 9:00 AM to 1PM
Afternoon | 1PM to 5:00 PM
Full Day Rental
9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Your bike needs to be returned to our shop by 5:00 PM the afternoon of your rental to avoid late fees or an extra day charge.
A helmet is included within the price of every bike rental.
Yes, we have a full tune-shop and menu available to service all your bikes needs. Check our Bike Tune Menu for the latest tunes and packages.
Though we don’t have biking attire or shoes available for purchase, we do have sunglasses, sunscreen, water bottles, and power bars you can buy to keep you fueled and pedaling all day.
We usually open up our summer inventory around mid-May. You can always pre-book online or call us to reserve your bike for the upcoming season.
Breckenridge Ski & Sport currently offers hardtail mountain bikes and full suspension bikes for rent.
The difference between the two is a full suspension bike has both front and rear shocks, where as a hardtail does not have a rear shock. There are pros and cons to both. Pros of the hardtail are that it’s usually lighter weight than a full suspension, making pedaling and climbing hills fast and efficient. These are also great for endurance terrain due to the support provided by the hardtail.
Full suspensions are optimal for easing through rough, bumpy and/or tricky terrain. The extra rear suspension allows the rider to “float” more easily over obstacles without absorbing the shock in your back. You’ll want to choose a full suspension bike for more advanced trails and terrain, including downhill tracks and courses around Breckenridge.
The bikes Breckenridge Ski & Sport have for rent are equipped with flat pedals. Be sure to wear mountain biking shoes or shoes with a sturdy base to them for optimal performance on the trails.
All hardtail mountain bikes have 27.5 tires but you can check in with our shop pros about the latest tires we’re running this season.
That answer really depends on how comfortable you are on a mountain bike.
If it’s your first time out, elbow pads and knee pads wouldn’t hurt to wear. Those would have to be purchased prior to your day of rental. If you aren’t keen on the idea of buying brand new gear for a day on the trails, the best thing you can do is wear long sleeves and longer pants that cover your elbows and knees in case of a wipe out.
Gloves are another item that come in handy when biking. They prevent your palms for slipping off your hand grips and will protect your hands if you fall.
Tall socks are a must as well to protect your ankles from any brush you may cruise through along the way.
The E-Bikes available at Breckenridge Ski & Sport have pedal assistance of up to 20 mph.
Breckenridge Ski & Sports E-Bikes are considered Class 1, so there is not a throttle on these models of e-bike.
The IZIP E-Bikes are powered by a 500wh battery.
12 & up is our minimum as the bikes are fit for adult sizes
Be sure to come prepared for your day of biking in Breckenridge. Pack a backpack with plenty of water, sunscreen, sunglasses, and snacks. A rain jacket is always suggested for afternoon showers as well – especially as we get into the dog days of summer. Don’t forget your wallet in case you want to swing by one of the many restaurants for lunch!
In true Colorado fashion, there is a crisp chill in the air until mid-morning. By noon you may be baking in the warm sunshine and then experience a rain shower or two a few hours later. Be prepared for any sort of weather situation and bring layers in your backpack so you aren’t stuck in uncomfortable attire on your outing.