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Open through September 27, 2015
Wednesday – Sunday, 10 am – 5 pm
Bike Granby Ranch is located in the heart of Mountain Bike Capital USA™ —between Winter Park, Arapaho National Forest, and Rocky Mountain National Park—our downhill, cross-country, and family biking trails draw cyclists from far and wide, and are enjoyed by experts and beginners alike.
Let's face it, when you're mountain biking here, the key is to find the sweet spot—rocky, unmarked single track might be too scary for some, but bike paths and dirt roads are too sleepy for others. The answer? Bike Granby Ranch offers a top-notch mountain biking program and multi-use bike park with some of the most respected pros and instructors around.
Bike Granby Ranch's high-capacity lifts feature bike-specific attachments to carry and protect your bike.
Ages 12 & under
|XC Single Ride||$10|
Group rates are available for groups of 12 or more. Please call 888-850-4615 for more information. We are open Monday- Friday from 9am-5pm until the mountain reopens.
Ages 12 & under
*All riders or their guardians must sign a release waiver before biking at Bike Granby Ranch
Conservancy Member rates available; restrictions apply. Contact for Bike Granby Ranch ticket office, contact us by email or call 970-887-5143 for Conservancy Member rates.
Wednesdays and Thursdays
July 8–9 and 22–23
August 5–6 and 19–20
This summer, Bike Granby Ranch will provide bike tickets, rentals, and kits, as well as camping accommodations for two-day excursions for two to six veterans (based on skill level), at no cost. Participating veterans will receive expert instruction from staff instructor and veteran Devon Nesselroth. All physically able veterans, regardless of their disability, are welcome and encouraged to join. Participants will provide their own transportation to the resort and money for food.
Call 1-888-850-4615 for details, or visit the Mountain Bikes for 03’s and 11b’s Facebook page.
Visit some of the best mountain biking trails and terrain in the west at Bike Granby Ranch. Located in the heart of Mountain Biking Capital USA, you'll find an expansive cross-country network, as well as lift-served mountain biking for advanced thrill-seekers and families alike.
Sundays, June 28, July 12, July 26, August 23, 2015
9 am start
Bike Granby Ranch is hosting a fun, family-friendly enduro Series.
Registration: $39 per day
Includes entry fee, lift ticket for day of the event, one burger, and one beer.
Call 888.850.4615 in advance to register.
Saturdays, June 27, July 18, August 8, 2015
11 am – 6 pm
Master gravity and socialize in this pressure-free, three-hour coaching session for beginner to intermediate female downhill mountain bikers. You’ll improve your form and timing with tips and tricks from Granby Ranch’s bike experts, then test your new skills with two hours of open ride time. Dust off après-ride with a complimentary wine tasting and appetizers, slope side at Granby Ranch Grill.
Open ride time
Appetizers and wine tasting
$160 per person (includes bike and protective gear);
$90 per person if providing own bike and protective gear
Call 888.850.4615 to register — advance registration is required.
Enhance your riding with a lesson from the mountain biking pros at Bike Granby Ranch. Never-ever beginners will learn mountain biking basics, from getting the right gear to taking turns. More advanced riders can fine tune their skills on intermediate, advanced, and expert trails.
Lessons are customized for beginner to expert skill levels, so you get exactly what you need to improve your mountain biking mojo. You choose your area of focus: cross-country, downhill, or pump track.
|Two-Hour Coaching||One-Hour Coaching
(Bike, Kit, and Lift Ticket)
|Up to 3 People||$40||$119*|
*Add two-hour rate for a private lesson. Coaching and equipment based on availability.
Bike Granby Ranch's retail shop and service center will help you maximize your time on the trails. Visit our team of professionals for help finding the right gear for your riding style.
Our fleet includes bikes in all sizes. Rental equipment is available on a first-come first-served basis. Contact us to reserve your equipment in advance.
|Park Bike with Kit and Lift Ticket
(includes a Kona bike, pads, helmet, and ticket)
|Premium Park Bike with Kit and Lift Ticket
(includes a Devinci or Transition bike, pads, helmet, and ticket)
|Enduro Bike with Kit and Ticket
(includes bike, helmet, and ticket)
|XC Bike and Single Lift Ticket
(includes bike, helmet, and ride ticket)
|Junior Downhill Bike with Kit and Lift Ticket
(includes bike, pads, helmet, and ticket)
|Cruiser Electric Assisted Bike and Helmet (*)
Multi-day rental rates are available. Contact us for more information.
|Cruiser Bike and Helmet (*)
Multi-day rental rates are available. Contact us for more information.
|Protective Gear Kit||$35|
|Elbow and Arm Guard||$10|
We service all styles of bikes and stock new bike parts, clothing, and protective gear.
Damage insurance covers everything except the frame and fork. It's $29 for a downhill bike, $19 for a cross-country bike, and $9 for a cruiser bike.
For the safety of all Bike Granby Ranch guests, riding or hiking up Bike Park (Gravity Specific) trails is not permitted. Uphill riding is only permitted on the summer road and on our Cross Country trail network (Outside the Bike Park).
When entering Bike Granby Ranch, at any time, with or without a ticket the user agrees to assume and accept any and all risks or injury and death. Downhill Bike Park trails are CLOSED before and after lift operating hours. Please keep in mind that Mountain Patrol (970-887-5170) is only available during operating hours, for emergency services outside of operating hours please call 911
Trail safety is everybody’s responsibility. It is your responsibility to inspect trails and features before use. Trail features vary in size and difficulty and change constantly due to weather, maintenance, usage, modifications, and time of day. Respect the rules and etiquette. Only one person on a feature at a time. Do not use trails or features that are closed. Use your head! Remain in control and within your ability level. Do not use features if you lack sufficient ability and/or experience. You control the level of difficulty you encounter using these features both on the ground and in the air. There is no shame in walking your bike if you feel you are on a trail or feature that is beyond your skill level.
Trail etiquette keeps the bike park safer and more fun for everyone. Remember to always stay in control, and be able to stop or avoid other people or objects. People ahead of you have the right of way. It is your responsibility to avoid them. If you are overtaking a rider, notify them verbally and select an area where you are not braiding/widening the trail. Do not stop where you are not visible from above or obstruct the trail. Whenever starting downhill or merging onto a trail, look uphill and yield to others. Finally, keep the bike park fun! You will likely experience riders of varying abilities. Be patient and give folks the chance to progress to your level in a fun environment.
The Granby Ranch Bike Park is a significantly different experience from cross country riding. The trails require constant physical and mental effort in order for all riders to maintain control.
Clothing: Protective clothing and equipment is highly recommended. The best protection from abrasion requires a properly fitted full-faced helmet, gloves, long pants, long sleeves, leg armor, arm armor and solid flat soled shoes.
Equipment: The Bike Park trails are specifically designed for full suspension mountain bikes. The trails are rocky, bumpy and become much more difficult without high quality suspension. Without full suspension, fatigue becomes a factor much sooner. The steep grades necessitate disc brakes for adequate stopping power. Cantilever brakes will increase the fatigue factor as more effort will be required to maintain control. All Bike Park participants should ride a properly sized bike and should be able to stand over the seat with their feet flat on the ground. A bike that is too large or with a high seat post significantly increases the risk of injury.
Mountain Patrol – 970-887-5170
The trails of Bike Granby Ranch are rough and demanding on both the bike and body. Before riding always inspect your equipment or have it checked by a qualified bike mechanic.
Explore hiking trails, play a round of golf, or fish for trout in gold-medal Fraser River - all at Granby Ranch! For more information on other summer and family vacation activities at Granby Ranch, please call 888-850-4615, or e-mail email@example.com.