2-Hour Downhill Bike Rental ($72.13)
Downhill is a specific type of Freeride bike, the rider usually travels to the point of descent by other means than cycling, such as ski lift or automobile, as the weight of the downhill bike often precludes any serious climbing. In essence, this is a bike to ride downhill. Downhill-specific bikes are universally equipped with front and rear suspension, large disc brakes (better stopping power), and use heavier frame tubing than other mountain bikes. Typical bikes weigh around 35 – 45 lbs.
Designed for aggressive trail descents, including terrain features, drops, etc. These feature Full Suspension (Front fork and rear shock) and we have a few models that offer from 7” to 9” of travel (compression) in the fork and shock.
All-Mountain bikes are a lighter version of a Downhill bike. The All-Mountain Bike is a hybrid of a Downhill Bike and a Cross Country bike. Like the Downhill bike, it is designed to take more difficult riding conditions. However, like the Cross Country bike, it is designed to be able to climb uphill. These bikes feature a shorter wheelbase and are lighter than their Downhill cousins.
Scratch and Session models.