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Mountain Biking

Season: Spring - Fall 

"The mountains are calling, and I must go."

– John Muir

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Bozeman Trails

Trails Around Town

Bozeman has its fair share of mountain biking trail, from the famous Bangtail Divide to the switchbacks of Leverich Canyon and everywhere in between, there is no shortage of uphill pumping followed by rewarding downhill cruising for those of you looking to head out.


Check out the link below to really get a good understanding of the trails around our Bozeman and all of their details, stats and reviews. Photo: John Parker

Big Sky Trails

Lift served trails. 

Really want to squeeze in all the downhill you can muster? Then head up to the Big Sky Resort to explore over 40 miles of mountain biking, including over 20 miles of the area's only lift-served trails. Starting June 26, Ramcharger 8 and Explorer chairlifts run daily from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Swift Current will run on Saturday and Sunday throughout the summer for biking and scenic rides.

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Copper City

Extended season in the sagebrush. 

Copper City Trails is a project that was spearheaded by the Southwest Montana Mountain Bike Association in partnership the Bureau of Land Management’s Butte Field Office. They created 17+/- miles of bike-optimized trails, open to hikers and trail runners. The system encompasses a wide range of trails including beginner-friendly, technical ridge, flow, and two downhill-only bike-only trails. There is also a youth-focused skills park with skills features and a pump track catering to all ages and abilities. Photo: Outside Bozeman

Bike Rentals

Gear up so you can head out. 

If you don't have your bike handy or you want to try something new, head over to the folks over at Roundhouse Sports. They have a great selection of new model hardballs and full suspensionsPhoto: Bob Allen

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