A downhill bike is a full suspension bike designed for downhill mountain biking. Durability and stability are the most important design features, compared to lighter cross country bikes. Downhill bikes and freeride bikes are similar, however downhill bikes typically are lower and have slacker head angles than freeride bikes so that they are more stable at speed and during cornering.
Downhill Bike Package: $149/day
Junior Downhill Bike Package: $59/day
*Downhill bike packages include bike, full face helmet, knee & arm pads.
To reserve your downhill mountain bike package, please call the Mountain Adventure Center at 304.572.5917 or stop in to the shop while you're in the Village. One of our bike experts will get you fixed up with the perfect bike for you.
Freeride bikes are similar to downhill bikes, but feature slightly less suspension travel and are lighter - which enables them to be ridden not just downhill but through more technical sections. Additionally, most freeride bikes feature slightly steeper headangles and shorter wheelbases than pure downhill bikes to facilitate maneuverability on slower, technical sections of trail.
Freeride Bike Package: $89/day
*Package includes bike, full face helmet, knee & arm pads.
To reserve your freeride bike package, please call the Mountain Adventure Center at 304.572.5917 or stop in to the shop while you're in the Village. One of our bike experts will get you fixed up with the perfect bike for you.
Cross Country cycling is defined by the terrain on which it is performed. XC courses and trails consist of a mix of rough forest paths and singletrack with smooth trails. Cross-country bicycles are some of the lightest mountain bikes. They usually feature suspension forks in front and sometimes have suspension in the rear. The geometry of the frames generally place the rider in a little more upright position than on a road bike but much less than on a downhill bike.
Cross Country Bike Package: $40/day
*Package includes bike and cross country helmet.
To reserve your cross country bike package, please call the Mountain Adventure Center at 304.572.5917 or stop in to the shop while you're in the Village. One of our bike experts will get you fixed up with the perfect bike for you.
Protect your head. The Bell Sanction helmet is fully ventilated with a low-profile. Helmets are required when riding at Snowshoe Bike Park.
The SixSixOne Vapor Pressure Suit is comfortable and light with injection mold shoulder cups, elbow and forearm guards, chest protection and back protection. Adjustable Velcro straps create a custom fit.
SixSixOne designed these knee and shin pads with vented EVA padded chassis and an adjustable elastic strap for fit. The asymmetrical design ensures correct fit and function while riding.
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Call 304.572.5917 or stop in to the Mountain Adventure Center in the Village.
You can rent bikes and gear two ways:
FREERIDE and downhill BIKES
1. Book online and in advanCE
Be sure you get what you need before you get to the mountain. This is easy and hassle free. Just stop in the Mountain Adventure Center when you arrive to pick up your rental. Or call 1-877-441-4386
All bikes & gear
2. VISIT US ON THE MOUNTAIN
Stop by the Mountain Adventure Center in the Village and our friendly staff will get you ready to go for some time out on the mountain.
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