Colorado Timbersled Rentals

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

Choose Timbersled Rental Location

Timbersled Season: December - April

Now taking reservations for the 2019/2020 winter season! 970-471-8491


Full-Day, Unguided Only

Full Day: $399

From our Vail location in Eagle-vail, you will have access to multiple riding locations including the popular Vail Pass Recreation Area. At our shop, we will provide you with the trailer and bike and give you a few safety instructions and directions. We do not provide guided services out of Vail Colorado Location. All timbersled rentals are full-day and unguided.


Full- and Half-Day Rentals

Full Day: $450 / Half Day: $325

From Buena Vista, we can arrange to drop off the Timbersleds at either the St. Elmo trailheads or Cottonwood Pass trailheads where our permits allow for it. St. Elmo is known intermediate to advanced riding whereas cottonwood pass has a little of everything for everyone. We offer guided and unguided rentals in Buena Vista.


Each Rental Includes:



Tank of Gas


Winter Riding Pants

Winter Riding Jacket

Winter Riding Boots

GoPro Video Camera

Chevy Yukon (towing)

BCA Float Packs


Vail Office: 970-471-8491

Buena Vista Office: 719-966-5233

Our cancellation policy: If cancelled within 48 hours, non-refundable.

What are Timbersled Snow Bikes?

Timbersleds have quickly become the fastest growing winter sport. It is essentially dirt biking on snow. The front tire is replaced with large ski and the back tire has been replaced with a narrow snowmobile track. As the first company in Colorado to offer the Timbersleds as a winter rental, we have spent countless hours testing and improving these machines for high-altitude, winter use.


Unguided Timbersled Rentals on Vail Pass. 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 can do is provide you with a trailer at no cost and we can 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. 


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. Read more on what it’s like to ride a Timbersled from our very own Sasha Eagan


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.


What is the proper name for a Timbersled?

Anytime a new sport comes along, the debate begins on what to call it. The Timbersled Snowbike goes by many names including Snow Bike, Timbersled, Snowtorcycle, Snow Dirt Bike, Mountain Sled, Timber Sled, Snow Motorbike, Snow Moto, Snow Bike Sled, Dirt Bike with Snow Tracks, Snow Bike Motorcycle, and Snow Motorcycle. So how do you know which one to refer to the sport as?


Timbersled itself is a Brand name and they were the company who really started the movement. Our rental fleet is 100% Timbersled while using the KTM engines/bodies which is why we refer to it as “Timbersled Rentals.”


What is the difference between a Snow Bike and a Timbersled?

Snow Bikes and Timbersleds are used interchangeably but an actual Snow Bike refers to the original mountain bikes that use skis instead of tires in the winter. You can rent these on Vail Mountain and other ski areas.


In the end, the sport is still finding its name. We will continue to refer to it as Timbersled Snowbikes but we are also a big fan of SnowMoto.