A great bike ride starts with a great shuttle

Whole Enchilada Shuttle -La Sal Mountain Loop Road Construction Heads Up:  Road construction is throwing a wrench in our schedule for the Whole Enchilada.  While we will shuttle to all trails we will have to alter our times and will have limited access.  Saturdays and Sundays will remain unaffected.  You may have to alter your travel plans to allow for a Sunday ride or plan on getting up early. Please plan ahead for fall of 2024.

 Important Changes for September-November: Monday-Friday: 7:30-Burro/Geyser Pass weather permitting.  10:30-Hazard only, weather permitting. Saturday and Sunday:  8:00 and 10:30 (as high as we can go)

SCHEDULE

MEETING POINT: Chile Pepper Bike Shop, 702 S. Main

WHOLE ENCHILADA TRAIL SYSTEM: (Advanced)

Current drop:  Hazard County.  

May 31:  7:30 and 10:30

June 1 (Saturday) and 2 (Sunday): 7:30 and 10:00

The rest of June: 7:30.  

Burro opens July 1st

 

RAPTOR ROUTE (Intermediate): Eagle Eye via Kokopelli or UPS:

Please call

MAGNIFICENT 7  (Intermediate/Moab Brands Exit or Advanced/Portal Exit) and:

MOAB BRAND TRAILS (Beginner/Intermediate):

7:30

We require a minimum to run the shuttles.  If we do not reach the minimum we will try to find you another ride and will contact you by 5pm the day before if not sooner.

When available we can sometimes accommodate custom times and service to other trailheads. Can't hurt to ask.

Call us at (435) 260-2097 and let's talk.

 

E-bikes:  We cannot shuttle e-bikes, even without the battery. E-bikes and pedal assist bicycles are not allowed on the singletrack on BLM or Forest Service lands.  Please do not try to bring one on the shuttle.  We cannot load them and your shuttle fees will not be reimbursed. They are allowed at Dead Horse State Park, the Slickrock Trail, Sovereign Trail and on most BLM jeep roads in the area.

 

PRICES

The Whole Enchilada Trail System*AKA, As High as We Can Go (depending on conditions)

  • MARCH $30 (Porcupine, Lazy Man's, LPS)
  • APRIL-JUNE: $40 (LPS, UPS, Kokopelli)
  • SEPT & OCTOBER:  $45 (UPS, Kokopelli, Hazard and Burro)
  • November $30-$45 (depends on snow level)

This system includes multiple trailheads and seasonal snow levels/wet conditions determine where we go.  Driving routes are different to most of the trailheads, it is not like a bus stop route thus you cannot pick the exact drop off point, we will always go to the highest available drop weather depending for that day.  Please call a day or two ahead if you would like to know exactly where we are dropping the day of your shuttle. Read more here: Vital Shuttle Info

Half Enchilada/Raptor Route*:

  • MARCH $30 (Falcon Flow, Hawk's Glide)
  • APRIL: $40 (Eagle Eye)
  • MAY-OCTOBER:  $45 (access via Kokopelli trailhead)
  • November $30-$45(depends on snow level)

*All prices include the Sand Flats Recreation Fee when applicable.

Magnificent 7/Moab Brands (same van, different drop point):

  • Magnificent 7: $30
  • Moab Brand Trails: $20*

* Possible group rate. Please inquire.

All mountain bike shuttles meet at the Chile Pepper Bike Shop

702 S. Main St. unless prearranged elsewhere.  Map

 

We recommend advanced reservations,  you can book online or please call us at (435) 260-2097.

Please Note: 

We provide transportation only to the above trailheads.  We do not offer a guided service. All riders are responsible for themselves while on the trail. Prior to the ride, it is the responsibility of all riders to familiarize themselves with the trail and weather conditions,  to bring their own maps or other route finding devices, to pack proper food, water and clothing, and ensure they have the proper equipment and ability level for the terrain.  Some of these trails start high in elevation and end up down in the desert.  This means it can be cold, really cold at top and hot, really hot, at the end of the ride in one day.  KNOW WHAT YOU ARE GETTING INTO!

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WE PROMISE A UNIQUE EXPERIENCE.

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28 MILES OF AMAZING TERRAIN

The Whole Enchilada

The Whole Enchilada (TWE) is a trail system for ADVANCED (no joke) riders that includes Porcupine, LPS, UPS, Kokopelli, Hazard County and Burro Pass. In general, snow levels or rain determine the drop off point. If we are dropping at the very top we do not pass by any other drop point along the way. This is an epic trail and you need to be prepared for high elevation mountain conditions, hot desert temps and quickly changing weather conditions all on one ride.

Porcupine, the lowest drop at close to 6,000 feet is the first trail to open in the spring. The highest shuttle drop off point is Geyser Pass, at about to 10,500 feet, which is the start for the Burro section of the trail and “The” start for the “Whole” Whole Enchilada.  This trailhead opens on July 1 at the earliest.  It is never open for shuttling before this date.

We generally depart daily at 8:15 a.m. and 10:30 a.m., however, our schedule is subject to change so please check with us when you are planning your ride. We are not limited to these times so please call if you have a larger group and wish to go earlier or later.

Our main pick up is at the Chile Pepper Bike Shop at 702 S. Main, next to the Moab Brewery.

Cancellation Policy.

Trail details.

EPIC DESERT RIDE

The Magnificent 7

Mag 7 is a series of trails linked together into one spectacular traverse. Trails include a variation of Getaway, Bull Run, Arth's Corner, Great Escape,  Little Canyon, Gold Bar Rim, and Portal. This point-to-point ride has it all, flowy fast singletrack, good technical climbing, a ledgy traverse, and a sweet challenging descent down the Portal to finish off the day.

OR you could do a Mag 5 and then exit out the Gemini Bridges Road and link up with the Moab Brand Trails area.  This is a great intermediate version of the Mag 7 and is still a point to point ride.

After the ride, you can either ride back to town or you can follow us with your car in the morning and park at the bottom of the Portal, at Courthouse Wash parking area just north of the Colorado River or at the Moab Brands Trail area depending on your exit.

We generally depart twice daily at 8:30 and 10:30. Our schedule is subject to change so please check with us when you are planning your ride. We are not limited to these times so please call if you have a larger group and wish to go earlier or later.

Our main pick up is at the Chile Pepper Bike Shop at 702 S. Main, next to the Moab Brewery.

Please call or book online from this website.

Cancellation Policy.

 

A PLAYGROUND FOR ALL SKILL LEVELS

Moab Brands Trails

The Brands Trailhead serves a network of trails that suit a variety of skills. This is a great area for a family or for more advanced riders is a good first day in town or second ride of the day choice. Trails include:  Lazy, EZ, Killer B, Bar M, Bar B Loop, Rockin’ A, Circle O, Maverick, North 40, Longbranch, Sidewinder, Rusty Spur, and Deadman’s Ridge.

We generally depart daily at 8:30 a.m. and 10:30 a.m., however, our schedule is subject to change so please check with us when you are planning your ride. We are not limited to these times so please call if you have a larger group and wish to go earlier or later.

We meet at the Chile Pepper Bike Shop at 702 S. Main.

Cancellation Policy.

 

A BEAUTIFUL MOAB ROAD RIDE

Road Bike Shuttle

Photo Credit: Skinny Tire Festival

If you would like to ride through Castle Valley, Island in the Sky or Dead Horse point but the distance seems daunting and you don’t want to get into a car, why not shuttle? We can drop you off at the top of the Mag 7 at the Gemini Bridges Road or on the Loop Road and you can cruise around the Mesa top and then back to town. Same applies for townie bike riders. We can drop you off at the Moab Brand Trails area and you can cruise back to town on our fabulous bike path.

We generally depart daily at 8:30 a.m. and 10:30 a.m., however, our schedule is subject to change so please check with us when you are planning your ride. We are not limited to these times so please call if you have a larger group and wish to go earlier or later.

Our main pick up is at the Chile Pepper Bike Shop at 702 S. Main, next to the Moab Brewery.

Please call or book online from this website.

Cancellation Policy

 WE HAVE BEAUTIFUL PAVED BIKE TRAILS TOO

Cruiser Shuttle

Take your townie bike on an trip! We can drop you off at the Moab Brand Trails area and you can cruise back to town on our fabulous bike path. The route back to the north end of town is about 10 miles.

We generally depart daily at 8:30 a.m. and 10:30 a.m., however; our schedule is subject to change so please check with us when you are planning your ride. We are not limited to these times so please call if you have a larger group and wish to go earlier or later.

Our main pick up is at the Chile Pepper Bike Shop at 702 S. Main, next to the Moab Brewery.

Please call or book online from this website.

Cancellation Policy.

ANYTHING. ANYWHERE.

Custom Bike Shuttles

We can transport up to 44 bikes and people in one go and would be happy to move your large group. We can pick you up at your hotel, campsite or the bike shop where you have rented your bikes.

To drive to a trailhead and then recoup your vehicles later it can take from 1.5 to 3 hours. Why not kick back and have a beverage after your great ride? Leave all the transportation hassles to us. Plus, it sucks to get all the way back to your cars and realize you have forgotten the keys!

Please call for availability.

Cancellation Policy.

THERE'S LOTS TO DO IN MOAB.

There are beaucoup more trails for you.

Moab has focused a ton of effort and resources over the past several years into creating more trails and making the area more friendly for a range of activities.

There are now more beginner-friendly trails than ever, and plenty of trails to keep everyone entertained for a long, long time.

 

 

USEFUL LINKS:

Friends of Coyote Shuttle.

Moab-Trail-Building-Coyote-ShuttleRent a bike and catch a Coyote Shuttle at the Chile Pepper Bike Shop.

Enjoy a guided tour with Rim Tours.

Donate to the Moab Mountain Bike Association.

Trail building superstars: The Trail Mix Committee.