Ready to tackle some two-wheel territory on your next road trip to the Silver State? From freshly-laid smoothly-paved biking trails in Tahoe and the Las Vegas Valley to wide-open highway treks to thousands of miles of single track tucked throughout damn near every mountain range in Nevada, take your pick and let’s ride.
For fans of full-suspension, Nevada’s mountain biking scene screams with thousands of miles of routes and trails of all levels, from easy rolls to fast and flowy to serious-business rocky, technical rough terrain. Trail ride world-renowned mountain switchbacks, old-school EPIC-certified routes, and hundreds of miles of brand new singletrack mountain biking trails that are breaking ground all over the state.
Point those handlebars solidly downhill at Boulder City’s Bootleg Canyon, tear up trails all over Ely, crush crowdless cross-country throughout Austin’s slice of the Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest, and don’t you dare miss world-famous, vista-studded Tahoe trails, like the Flume Trail and Tahoe Rim Trail—some of the most scenic mountain biking trails in the United States. Some brand-new must-dos for all mountain bikers, include the serious singletrack Shangri-La at Caliente’s Barnes Canyon Mountain Biking Trails System, some historic Death Valley area wild burro trails turned singletrack at the Spicer Ranch in Beatty. Hop on a Las Vegas mountain biking tour to take on fire roads turned mountain bike routes in the surrounding Spring Mountains.