Breckenridge Biking

Due to its Rocky Mountain alpine environment and extensive web of trails, Breckenridge is a mecca for biking and events throughout the year. From exhilarating mountain biking at Breckenridge Resort to rolling paved path rides along the Blue River on the Summit County Recreation Path, Breckenridge has something everyone on two wheels. 

Breckenridge Biking Trails

Breckenridge is home to hundreds of miles of biking trails and paths for every skill level. Whether you are seeking a laid back family outing or a downhill thrill, Breckenridge has everything in between!

Beginner Trails
Our Top Picks 
Boreas Pass Road - Boreas Pass Road is a favorite for those on bikes, walking and in motor vehicles. When coming from Main Street, Breckenridge, head up Boreas Pass Road and park in the lot when you get to the dirt road. There are a few single track trails that branch off Boreas Pass, but if you stay on the dirt road the trail remains easy with some incline and extraordinary views of the Tenmile Range and beyond. This road can be quite busy on a weekend with visitors so stay alert for vehicles, pedestrians and dogs when going around turns. The road eventually becomes an intermediate route that leads to Como.
The Summit County Rec Path offers miles and miles of accessible paved trails for bikers, runners, hikers, and dog walkers throughout the year. Bike from Breckenridge to Frisco and beyond, or head over Swan Mountain into Dillon and Keystone. The Rec Path is a great choice for a day out with the family that provides beautiful scenery and accessibility.

Also check out:
Sallie Barber Trail (beginner)
Tiger Road (beginner)
Breckenridge to Como (Intermediate)

Biking Breckenridge to Vail
A very popular route known among cyclists is the Vail Pass recpath. From Breckenridge, you can take the Summit County Recpath to Frisco (6 miles) and from there either continue on the Vail Pass recpath 14 miles up 1,500 feet of steep grades and switchbacks to the top of Vail Pass The recpath generally opens in May and closes in early October.

For more information on Breckenridge biking trails, check out or the AllTrails app.

Breckenridge Bike Rentals

Avalanche Sports
South Breckenridge Store - 540 South Main | 970-453-1461
North Breckenridge Store - 315 North Main | 970-453-4019

Carvers Ski & Bike Rentals
203 North Main Street, Breckenridge, CO 80424 | 970-453-0132

Mountain Wave
600 South Park Avenue, Breckenridge, CO 80424 | 970-453-8305

Breckenridge Bike Repair Shops

Avalanche Sports
South Breckenridge Store - 540 South Main | 970-453-1461
North Breckenridge Store - 315 North Main | 970-453-4019

Carvers Ski & Bike Rentals
203 North Main Street, Breckenridge, CO 80424 | 970-453-0132

Breckenridge Mountain Bike Tours

Alpine Sports offers daily IMBA certified guided mountain bike tours for those looking for a fun and educational mountain bike experience or for beginners. Contact Alpine Sports at 970-453-8100 to reserve your tour.

Alpine Sports
Park Ave Location - 435 North Park Avenue, Breckenridge, CO 80424 | 970-453-9623
North Location - 400 North Park Avenue, Breckenridge, CO 80424 | 970-453-4455
Valdoro Location - 500 Village Road, Breckenridge, CO 80424 | 970-453-4043

Ridden - Beer and Bike Tours
Ride through town and experience historic Breckenridge and then head to Carboy Winery (Wine & Whiskey Tour) or Broken Compass (Beer & Distillery Tour) followed by a tour at Breckenridge Distillery with tastings. The end of the tour has return transportation included to take you back to town. It is suggested you bring snacks for the Broken Compass tour since they do not provide food. Tours run daily at 12pm and 3pm year-round.
  • Fat Bike Beer & Distillery Tour to Broken Compass and Breckenridge Distillery
  • Wine & Whiskey Bike Tour to Carboy Winery and Breckenridge Distillery
  • Fat Bike Tour
520 South Main Street, Breckenridge, CO 80424 | 970-453-2055

Breckenridge Bike Park and Pump Track
The Wellington Bike Park in Breckenridge was constructed by Peter Mills of Elevated Trail Designs with help from the TOB Trails Crew. The bike park was designed to teach youth creativity, elements of risk, while pushing physical activity, endurance and enjoyment of the outdoors. It includes a Strider track, large pump track, three flow trails and an area with jumps. The park is located at 710 Wellington Road behind the Breckenridge Equestrian Center and is free to the public. Safety gear and helmets are highly recommended.

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