Colorado Timbersled Season: December - April
As the first company in the United States to offer Timbersled Rentals, we at RMAR take great pride in our in-depth knowledge of these machines. Since launching, we have been leading the industry from introducing new riders to the sport to working with manufacturers to improve performance.
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AVAILABLE TO RENT:
Winter Riding Pants
Gloves and Goggles
Winter Riding Boots
BCA Float Packs and Avy Beacons
Full-Day Guided: $620
Half-Day Guided: $500
Location: Vail Pass
Vail/Red Cliff Reservations: 970-471-8491
Our Red Cliff location is the only place where you can have direct access to Vail on a Timbersled. We are the only outfitter able to provide this service. All Rentals out of Red Cliff are unguided. You will access to over 55,000 acres of pristine riding terrain on what is essentially the backside of Vail Mountain.
Guided & Guided Timbersled Rentals
Location: Buena Vista
Buena Vista Reservations: 719-966-5233
From our location in Buena Vista, we offer Guided and Unguided Timbersled Rentals. For Unguided, you will have access to Cottonwood Pass which offers a variety of terrain from beginner to advanced.
What's it like to ride a Timbersled?
For experienced dirt bike and motorcycle riders, or highly seasoned snowmobile riders wanting to try a new winter sport. Riding a Timbersled is like riding a dirt bike on the snow. Rather than tires, the Timbersled has a large ski in front and a narrow snowmobile track on the back.
On a Timbersled, riders can access treelines too narrow for snowmobiles. An additional advantage is the lighter weight and increased agility of a Timbersled typically equates to less time stuck in the snow. These machines are lighter and easier to maneuver in deep powder than snowmobiles.
Timbersleds are often referred to as Snowbikes, but they are not to be confused with the motorless snow bikes you may see at the ski resorts.
As the first company in the entire state of Colorado to offer Timbersleds as a winter rental, RMAR has spent countless hours testing and improving these machines for our experienced riders.
Who can rent Timbersleds?
With safety always our top priority, we prefer riders have motorcycle or dirt bike experience. If you do not have that type of experience, but ready and willing to learn, our Buena Vista location is the ideal place to start. Our half-day or full-day guided trips in Buena Vista are designed to teach new riders how to ride a Timbersled and improve their skills. For riders with experience wanting to step up their game, these guided tours are also a great way to spend a day in backcountry snow.
Are Timbersleds hard to ride?
Timbersleds offer stability and agility. Most riders who are new to the sport will usually feel comfortable on a Timbersled within the first few hours of use. Keep in mind, a Timbersled is basically a motorcycle with a ski and a snowmobile track, which means that the rider is required to shift gears as they would on any other motorcycle or dirt bike. Again, a guided Timbersled tour is a great place to start.
Can kids ride Timbersleds?
You Betcha! We love kids that ride and we offer the ST Ripper from Timbersled for those of you looking to get your kids into the sport. Cottonwood Pass in Buena Vista offers some great terrain to learn how to ride on. We currently only have a single Timbersled ST Ripper for kids and if you would like to rent it, please give us a call directly at: 970-471-8491.
All deposits are non-refundable. We require 7 days notice for all cancellations. If canceled within 7 days of reservation date, renter will be charged full rental price for each machine reserved. All cancellations outside of 7 days of the reservation day will be charged 10% of the rental amount as a cancellation fee.