Guided Ebike Tours

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Guided "Bike and Hike" Tours

On our guided BIKE AND HIKE trail rides / tours we will be riding to some of Prescott's most beautiful lakes and trails including Lynx Lake, Goldwater Lake, Willow Lake, Thumb Butte and White Spar Trail. You will experience some road riding and some trail riding varying from easy to medium and all levels of fitness and expertise.

GUIDELINES AND REQUIREMENTS
  • Arrive 15+ minutes early for check in, group orientation and practice ride.
  • Minimum 2 people and maximum 8 people per tour.
  • You must read, understand and sign both our Rental Agreement and Hold Harmless Agreement.
  • Riders must be 16 years of age or older (with legal guardian) for our tours.
  • Driver’s license is not required.
  • Helmet must be worn at all time while riding on our e-bikes.
  • Guests must have a basic level of fitness and be able to confidently ride a standard bicycle.
  • Please be respectful and help us to keep our trails untraced.
If you don’t feel comfortable riding your e-bike at the start of your tour we will offer you a full refund.

You will be provided with an e-bike, helmet, bottle of water and optional small gear bag. However, you are always encouraged to bring additional water, sunscreen and a snack.

If weather is uncooperative (especially during monsoon season) we will contact you one hour before to discuss alternatives. For your safety we will not ride in foul weather, although light rain may be considered. We will be happy to either re-schedule your tour for a later time / date or offer you a 100% refund.

Pedestrians have the right of way. Do not speed and please follow all standard traffic rules!

Guided Tour Locations

Lynx Lake Guided Tour

Lynx Lake Guided Tour

Approximately 2.5 HOURS $65.00 (2 people minimum)
Difficulty: Easy, Must be comfortable sharing the road with traffic

We will meet at the parking area between Costco and Pet-Smart and ride along Walker Road (paved) toward the Lynx Ruins (dirt trail) then we will head back on to Walker Road toward Lynx Lake Recreation Area where you will be able to hike, explore or just find a cozy spot and enjoy the view and take a break. There is the Lynx Lake Café and store just a short hike or bike ride away where you can get a snack or a souvenir. After about 20-25 minutes we will head back on to Walker Road and start our downhill journey back to our departure location.

Please note we will be sharing the road with traffic and there is no bike lane. You must be able to stay on single file while on paved roads. Even though there are not a lot of vehicles on the road, we will encounter some. Please make sure you are comfortable sharing the road with traffic.
  • AMENITIES:  Bathrooms, Small Store

  • RECOMMEND:  Closed Shoes, Water, Snack, Sun Screen, Camera

  • MEET LOCATION:  Parking lot of Costco and PetSmart (see map)

Lynx Lake Guided Tour

Goldwater Lake Guided Tour

Approximately 2.5 HOURS $65.00 (2 people minimum)
Difficulty: Medium, some uphill. Must be comfortable sharing road with traffic, good balance, and be able to ride a bike standing up in some areas due to uneven surface of the trail.

We will meet at the south corner of Senator Hwy and School House Gulch Road (Dirt parking area available). We will ride along the Senator Highway (uphill about 2 miles paved) toward Happy Pines Camp (level paved road) and then toward Prescott Pines Camp. Then we will adventure on to Forrest Road 67 (dirt road) heading to Goldwater Lake where we will stop to enjoy the scenery and you will have about 20 to 25 minutes to yourself to hike around the lake, meander around or just find a cozy spot to enjoy nature and breathe the fresh air. We will then head back on to Senator Highway and start our downhill journey back to our departure destination.

Please note we will be sharing the road with traffic and there is only a short section of bike lane. You must be able to stay single file while on paved roads and make sure you are comfortable sharing the road with light traffic. You must be able to stand up while riding on bike when necessary, Forrest Road 67 is a bit bumpy and standing off and on is recommended. It’s a fun ride!
  • AMENITIES:  Bathrooms at Goldwater Lake

  • RECOMMEND:  Closed Shoes, Water, Snack, Sun Screen, Camera

  • MEET LOCATION:  SCorner of East School House Gulch Rd and South Senator Hwy (see map)

Thumb Butte Guided Tour

Thumb Butte & Creekside Trail Tour

Approximately 1 HOUR $40.00 (2 people minimum)
Difficulty: Easy to Medium, Some uphill, Paved and Dirt road. Bike lane available for some of the Tour. Must be comfortable sharing the road with traffic, have good balance.

On our Thumb Butte guided tour, we start off at our Store Location 119 Goodwin St., right next to the Prescott Chamber of Commerce under the big orange tent (or if you are staying at any hotel with our bikes we will meet you there). We set off on to Montezuma Street towards the Creekside Trail, a very easy and picturesque short trail that runs thru Downtown Prescott alongside some of our Restaurants. We will then head toward Thumb Butte Road through some very quaint neighborhoods until we reach the Thumb Butte Recreational Area. We will stop for 10-15 minutes for a small break, great time for pictures, bathroom break or just relax. We will then (on our way back) stop at the “Foxbriar House” for some unusual architecture and eclectic taste, one of Prescott’s most unique houses that you can actually stay at. Note that entering the premises will depend upon whether the house is being rented at the time of the ride. Once we take a few pictures of this odd but beautiful house we will continue to descend until we reach our departure destination.

Please note we will be sharing the road with traffic and there is only a partial bike lane throughout the tour. You must be able to stay on single file while on paved roads. Even though there are not a lot of vehicles on the road, we will encounter some. Please make sure you are comfortable sharing the road with traffic.
  • AMENITIES:  None

  • RECOMMEND:  Closed Shoes, Water, Snack, Sun Screen, Camera

  • MEET LOCATION:  119 Goodwin St or Hotel you are staying at

Lynx Lake Guided Tour

White Spar Trail Off-Road Adventure

Approximately 1 HOUR $40.00 (2 people minimum)
Difficulty: Easy to Medium, Paved and Dirt road. Bike lane available for most of the Tour. Must be comfortable sharing the road with traffic, have good balance, and be able to ride a bike standing up in some areas due to uneven surface of the trail.

On our OFF ROAD ADVENTURE we start off at our Store Location 119 Goodwin St., right next to the Prescott Chamber of Commerce under the big orange tent (or if you are staying at any hotel with our bikes we will meet you there). We set off on to Montezuma street towards White Spar road (bike lane starts at White Spar) where we emerge ourselves next to our beautiful Prescott forest until we reach the White Spar Campground trailhead where our off-road adventure begins. We will ride along the trail for an amazing and fun ebike off road experience and then head back toward our departure destination. A great way to get a taste of trail riding on an easy to medium wide trail. Try either one of our fat tire or hybrid e-bikes which would be awesome for this experience.

Please note we will be sharing the road with traffic. There is a bike lane through most of the tour. You must be able to stay on single file while on paved roads. Even though there are not a lot of vehicles on the road, we will encounter some. Please make sure you are comfortable sharing the road with traffic.
  • AMENITIES:  None

  • RECOMMEND:  Closed Shoes, Water, Snack, Sun Screen, Camera

  • MEET LOCATION:  119 Goodwin St or Hotel you are staying at

Lynx Lake Guided Tour

Willow Lake (Single Track) Guided Tour

Approximately 2 to 2.5 HOURS $55.00 (2 people minimum)
Two different difficulty levels to choose from: EASY or MEDIUM

EASY: Trip around Willow Lake and trip to Embry Riddle Aerospace University. Requires good balance and knowing how to shift gears (some easy single track).

On our EASY trail ride we will introduce you to some single track along the shore of Willow Lake where you will be able to take some pictures at your leisure of the lake and the Dells. We will then ride toward the loading and unloading docks, Ramada areas and the archeological ruins (ruins are open to the public only the first Saturday of the month). We will then ride toward Embry Riddle Aerospace University heading to Earnhardt’s cafeteria where you could grab a quick snack or try their buffet (optional – not included in tour price). We will then head back on to Willow Creek Road and start our journey back to our cars. 

MEDIUM: Trip around Willow Lake and behind Embry Riddle Aerospace University (all single track trails). Good balance and knowing how to shift gears is required along with good physical endurance. Must be 18 or older.

On our MEDIUM trail ride we will introduce you to some more technical single track trails. We will start along the shore of Willow Lake where you will be able to take some pictures at your leisure of the lake and the Dells. We will then ride toward the loading and unloading docks, Ramada areas and the archeological ruins (ruins are open to the public only the first Saturday of the month). We will then ride toward the single track trails behind Embry Riddle Aerospace University (we won’t be going inside the actual grounds). The trail varies in difficulty so you must be comfortable shifting gears, have good balance, ride standing up and be in good overall health and endurance. Even though our pedal assist bikes make it easier to ride you still have to make sure you have the proper endurance throughout the ride.

Please note we will be sharing the road with traffic and there is only a partial bike lane throughout the tour. You must be able to stay on single file while on paved roads. Even though there are not a lot of vehicles on the road, we will encounter some. Please make sure you are comfortable sharing the road with traffic.
  • AMENITIES:  Bathrooms, Restaurant / Cafeteria

  • RECOMMEND:  Closed Shoes, Water, Snack, Sun Screen, Camera

  • MEET LOCATION:  Parking by the Prescott Dog Park (see map below)