Colorado Timbersled Rentals

Explore Vail Pass, Piney Lake and more on a Timbersled Snow Bike Rental

2019: Vail Colorado is currently experiencing the best spring conditions in recent memory!

KTM Snow Bike Rentals Colorado

UnGuided Timbersled Rentals

Full Day: $399

Timbersled Season: December - April

Questions? Call: 970-471-8491

Timbersled which are also known as Snow Bikes have quickly become the fastest growing winter sport. Our Timbersled Snow Bike Rentals use the 2017 KTM 450SXF bodies with the Timbersled Mountain Horse Short Track. The KTM Snow Bikes offer the most power on the market and have been thoroughly tested in winter conditions.

Unguided Timbersled Rentals? How does that work?

Due to Forest Service Laws, we cannot legally drop machines off at Trail Heads or act as a Guided Service in the Vail, Colorado Area. What we do is provide you with a trailer at no cost and we show you were to go – you are your own guide. If you do not have a vehicle that can tow, we have a Chevy Yukon that you can rent for an added fee. If you are looking for a guided experience, we offer Guided Timbersled Snow Bike Tours at our Buena Vista location. 

We Provide the Best Timbersled Rentals in Colorado

Don’t take our word for it. Watch Brian Deegan describe his experience on our rental bikes or watch the guys from Breed of Speed race around Vail Pass.

Are Timbersleds Hard to Ride?

NO! Timbersled Snow Bikes are easier to ride than a Snowmobile in the powder. They offer stability and agility when you need it and most riders who are new to the sport will usually feel comfortable on a Timbersled within the first hour of use.

Can Kids Timbersled?

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.

Each Timbersled Rental Includes:

  • Trailer
  • Tank of Gas
  • Helmet

Available to Rent:

  • Winter Riding Pants
  • Winter Riding Jacket
  • Winter Riding Boots
  • GoPro Video Camera
  • Chevy Yukon for Towing
  • BCA Avalanche Packs

Where to Ride TImbersleds in Colorado

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