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There are plenty of Prescott mountain biking options available to biking enthusiasts visiting the area. And if you didn’t bring your bike, you can always rent one!

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Providers These companies can get you there

Archer's Bikes and Rentals

Pedal & Electric bicycle rentals. Ride right from our shop to local trails. Urban & MTB rental bikes.

Soul Ride Bike Shop and Rentals

Offers Mountain Bike rentals, repairs, tours and skills classes. Let us help you have the best vacation in beautiful Prescott, Arizona.

Bikesmith Cyclery

We are the oldest continually operated bike shop in Prescott, Arizona. We have been pioneering the mountain biking experience in northern Arizona since 1947.

High Gear Bike Shop

A family-friendly and family-owned shop for over 40 years who supports kids and the community.

  • The Acker Park Trail is a trail of moderate length located in downtown Prescott.
  • Granite Creek Trail is a short, leisure tail, great for the kids and burning a little energy. 
  • The Pioneer Park Trail is a 9 mile long combination of several Prescott bike trails.

Where can I go bike riding?

Acker Park Trail
A multi-use trail close to downtown Prescott. 

  • Distance: 1.5 miles 
  • Average Time of Ride: 30 minutes 
  • Elevation Gain: 200 feet 
  • Difficulty: Easy 
  • Trail Type: Dirt 
  • Trailhead: The trail begins at 421 S Virginia Street, right in the downtown area.

Granite Creek Park Trail
A walking and biking trail exists around the park and connects to the Greenways Trails. 

  • Distance: .5 miles 
  • Average Time of Ride: 10 minutes 
  • Elevation Gain: 100 feet 
  • Difficulty: Easy 
  • Trail Type: Dirt 
  • Trailhead: Enjoy the short cruise around the park.

Pioneer Park Trail
This system of trails is situated across from Commerce Drive from the Pioneer Park ball field complex. 

  • Distance: 9 miles 
  • Average Time of Ride: 3 hours 
  • Elevation Gain: 200 feet 
  • Difficulty: Easy 
  • Trail Type: Dirt 

Trailhead: There are multiple trailheads for this system of trails. Park at the ball fields and hop on at any point. Follow the multiple colored markers to keep yourself on track.