The Coachella Valley Bike Trail Guide
Click on a bike trail below for more information. Once you find a trail you like, we can bring you the bikes that you will need to enjoy the bike trails. We will also pick up the bikes once you are done with your biking adventure.
Tram Road Ride
This trail begins at the base of Homme Adams Park in Palm Desert and links with the 8-mile Hopalong Trail, which opened in 2006 as a connector trail to the Art Smith and Bump and Grind trails. At the highest point along the trail you can look out at the Little San Bernardino Mountains in the distance. There are a few sections of erosion along the trail where rain has washed it out.
The Coachella Valley is a recreational desert that is located in the most beautiful, diversified region of Southern California. The vast valley stretches for 45 miles reaching the tip of the cold saltwater of the Salton Sea to the unforgettable San Bernardino Mountain range. The Coachella Valley is an impressive, rugged fifteen miles wide.
The San Jacinto Mountains are noted for their beauty, as they run alongside the incredible Pacific Crest Trail. Many visitors think of the San Jacinto Mountain range as a "sky island." This characterization stems from the mountain range containing many species of fauna and flora that are an exquisite find for nature's lovers.
Every inexperienced or experienced biker dreams of taking an epic ride through a diverse landscape. The Palm Canyon Trail is the true "epic ride" for the area of Southern California.
Many riders have described the Pinyon Flats Loop as an "epic ride." An anonymous rider commented, "The ride starts out nicely with gentle rollers, but soon, very soon, turns into a lined single-track of cactus and thorn bush. It is important to wear arm and leg protection so that you can enjoy the absolute beauty that surrounds you."
The Bump and Grind Trail is located in the beautiful and diverse area of Rancho Mirage, CA. This trail is commonly known as the Desert Drive or Mirage Trail.
Picture a rustic wilderness trail that is defined by an old, traditional split-rail fence. The Joe Butler-Bruce Adams Trail is a picturesque trail that reminds one of "bygone" days spent in the glory of Mother Nature's never ending bounty of goodies.
The state of California is home to a desert landscape that can be best described as a "biker's paradise." The desert landscape is the most ideal backdrop, providing bikers with breath-taking scenic views and rocky and hilly trails that are terrific for mountain biking.
Imagine a trail that weaves through the hard exterior and the heart of a challenging mountainside. The Art Smith Trail takes one through the gorgeous Santa Rosa Mountains. The Trail starts just north of the Palm Desert, near the National Scenic Area of the Santa Rosa Mountains.
The gorgeous Santa Rosa Mountains are a breathtaking short range that is located east of the city of Los Angeles. The highest peak of this incredible mountain range is Toro Peak, which reaches an elevation of 8,716 feet. When climbing the Santa Rosa Mountains, visitors feel as if they can touch the sky, as they become one with this challenging desert landscape.