Bike Sierra Vista

2016-adventure-guide-ovg-cover-image-only-for-websiteHop in the saddle—the bicycle saddle—and explore southeast Arizona. Whether your bike has skinny tires or knobby ones, or you ride astride a single-speed cruiser or a speedy racer, Sierra Vista is the place to start your bicycle adventure.

Sierra Vista loves bicycling—and bicyclists! Click here to learn about our Bike-Friendly Business program and participating businesses.

Download the Sierra Vista Adventure Guide to learn more about visiting Sierra Vista, or click here to check out the Visit Sierra Vista website.

Road Cycling

Four cyclists on multi-use pathRoad cyclists looking for long, winding roads with low traffic can’t beat the stretches of asphalt in and around Sierra Vista. Whatever direction you ride, you’ll find a constantly changing landscape and expansive mountain views along the way. And with the promise of good eats in every town (about 30 miles apart) you can grab a bite then pedal on.

Download the Bicycle & Multi-Use Path Map, showing paved paths and marked bicycle lanes in and around Sierra Vista, plus several loop rides through Cochise County.

Favorite Road Rides

Mountain Biking

Mountain bicyclistsMountain bikers can find miles of single track trails in the Huachuca Mountains, just a short ride from your hotel along multi-use paths or signed bike lanes. One of the most popular jumping on points is along Ramsey Canyon Road at Brown Canyon Ranch. The Brown Canyon Trail gains about 1,900 feet in elevation and connects Brown Canyon Road, making a nice loop ride; be sure to take the well-traveled jog to avoid the Miller Peak Wilderness Area. Popular with experienced riders, Brown Canyon gets a little gnarly with the elevation gain and rocky terrain, but the reward is breathtaking views and smooth, flatter trails in open areas.

Another favorite local ride is the Perimeter Trail, which only gains 834 feet in an 8.5 mile loop but can be challenging due to narrow and rocky sections. Start at Carr Canyon Road or Miller Canyon Road, and then head into the hills. At the junction, add Clark Spring/John Cooper to complete the loop and avoid the wilderness area.

Download the Bicycle Mountain Trail Map, with three favorite trails with elevations.

Bike Rentals

Bicycles at the libraryDidn’t bring a bike? No worries! Borrow one from the Sierra Vista Public Library, or rent one from these bike shops:
M&M Cycling
1301 E. Fry Boulevard
(520) 458-1316

Sun ‘N’ Spokes
156 E. Fry Boulevard
(520) 458-0685