You can fly directly into St. George from either Salt Lake City or Los Angeles. Alternatively, you can fly into Salt Lake or Las Vegas and take a ground shuttle to St. George. If you’d prefer to drive, you can leave cars at the Lexington Inn in St. George.
Santa Cruz 5010: (S, M 27.5" wheels)
Santa Cruz Tallboy : (M, L, XL 29" wheels)
Giant Lust 2: (XS size only 27.5" wheels)
Santa Cruz Bronson: (S,M,L,XL 27.5" wheels) Upgrade $40 total plus tax
Juliana Furtado: (XS size only 27.5" wheels)
Santa Cruz Tallboy: (S, M, L, XL 27+" wheels)
Santa Cruz Hightower: (M, L, XL 29" wheels) All of these upgrades are $100 total plus tax
Rim Tours has full-suspension Santa Cruz mountain bikes available for rent (included in cost) and upgraded bikes may be available for $40-$80 extra. Helmets are also supplied, but it is recommended that you bring your own clip-in pedals and shoes if possible. You have the option to purchase bike rental insurance for $15 to cover any damages to your bike while in your care. If you are bringing your own bike, Rim Tours strongly recommends that you have your bike checked out by a reputable shop prior to departure. Rim Tours can help you coordinate shipment and building of your bike.
No—all camping equipment (tent, sleeping bag, sleeping pad) is included in the cost, and will be transported in the support vehicle. You will just need to bring a small daypack with personal items and clothing.
Rim Tours carries a solar shower and washbasins. Depending on group size and weather, solar showers are usually available every other day, while washbasins are available every day. Unscented baby wipes work great for quick cleanup after riding.
You won’t be disappointed with the culinary skills of the Rim Tours staff. They serve delicious energy-packed meals with a lot of variety to satisfy all tastes. They can accommodate special diets, and provide sodas, lemonade, Gatorade, and plenty of water. Alcoholic beverages are not provided, but feel free to bring your own.
Due to the nature of the route, the support truck will not be able to accompany riders on all sections of the route, but will touch base with the group at least once per day at lunchtime. Therefore, you’ll be responsible for carrying snacks, water, and gear for the day’s ride, including rain gear, some warm clothing, a spare tube, and patch kit. The guides will carry first aid supplies and other tools.
We highly recommend purchasing travel insurance for all trips. Travel insurance allows you to seek reimbursement if you are forced to cancel your trip for unforeseeable reasons, or if you need to cover medical help, emergency transport, and/or theft or accidental damage while traveling. For travel insurance suggestions, please email us.
You may cancel reservations up to 72 hours after the booking is made. After that time period, all modifications/cancellations will be granted solely at the discretion of Rim Tours.