Fat Tire Biking

Steamboat Springs is known as Ski Town, U.S.A. in the winter and Bike Town, U.S.A. in the summer. But fat tire biking is the newest winter craze! So, if you are looking for a killer workout and some fun on two wheels in the fresh powder, this is the sport for you. Get out there and enjoy that Colorado sunshine!

Wheels Bike Shop

Back in 1995, local bike enthusiast Chris Johns opened up Wheels Bike Shop. Since that time, this bike service shop has carried on its goal of customer oriented service with a smile in the Yampa Valley. Over the years, Wheels has evolved into a full retail shop selling and demoing some of the best brands in the industry. And no matter what you need from them, the riders always come first!

Bike Rentals And Pricing

While Wheels has a wide variety of bikes available, during the winter the only thing you will be looking for is a fat tire bike! Keep those wheels turning through the feet of snow and explore some new territory. Pricing for fat tire bikes is $42/half day, and $52/full day. Stop on into their location at 9th Street and Yampa!

Ski Haus

Ski Haus is the number one stop for all things ski and bike during the winter and the summer. They have the largest selection of bikes in Steamboat and are a full service tune shop as well. And they also have all the gear and clothing that you could possibly need!

Bike Rentals And Pricing

Choose from the Specialized Fat Boy or the Rocky Mountain Blizzard fat bikes. Rental prices are as follows:

  • 3 hours for $30
  • 1 day for $38
  • 3 days for $89

If you book online, you can save 15% off your rental! Just click here to visit their online booking site. For those who are unsure and prefer to speak to a specialist, visit the store located at the corner of Highway 40 and Pine Grove Road.

Bike Trails To Explore

So you’ve rented a fat tire bike, but you don’t really know were to ride, right? Let us help you out with that! The best place to explore that is also easily accessible from town is going to be on Howelsen Hill. There are also lots of trails available on Rabbit Ears Pass, at Haymaker Golf Course, and at Lake Catamount.