You can do anything in Sin City. But what would you do if you found out that just a few miles off the Vegas Strip lies a different kind of resort? One where sweeping singletrack trails meander through the sandstone outcrops of the awe-inspiring Mojave Desert. Where punchy uphills lead into thrilling descents, and the memories from your saddle offer winnings that extend far beyond the casino floor. This is the true Las Vegas — where all you need to do is reserve a bike for the ride of your life.

Welcome to the Blue Diamond experience

Let us be your guide

It’s a whole different rodeo out here. Stop in to hear our riding tips or check out this post before you tackle the trail.

Local libations

Cottonwood Station is a local scenic eatery in the historic village of Blue Diamond, NV — a short drive from Las Vegas and right next to our shop. Stop by for some java before you hit the Strava. Or if you’re in need of some shade, kick back and relax at the perfect oasis for mountain bikers and road riders.

Check it out

From rock gardens, to loose-over-hardpack, sweeping singletrack to dusty doubletrack, Nevada has it all. Check out these routes and fine tune your ride for your riding.

Blue Diamond Loop

In the shadow of the Spring Mountains lies some of the best desert singletrack Nevada has to offer. Here, the wild burros run free and the sun is always high in the sky. Make sure to check the trail signs and bring a ton of water before you get going. There’s no bottle service out here.

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3 Mile Smile

Fair warning, the title is a mirage for the thrilling 3-mile descent. 3 Mile Smile takes you on nearly 20 miles of the finest beginner and intermediate desert trails closest to Las Vegas.

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Fuel EX

Fast, capable, and ready to ride, Fuel EX is waiting for you to tackle anything and everything on the Blue Diamond Loop.

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A long-travel all-mountain bike built for riding the rugged Blue Diamond lines and having a rippin’ good time.

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Want to rip a hearty grin on 3 Mile Smile? Rail is the hard-charging electric mountain bike you’ll want as your riding buddy through the desert.

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Hoots and hollers

If you need to rent a mountain bike in Las Vegas this is the place.

The service and the equipment was exceptional! Blake and Tim were very friendly and very knowledgeable about the equipment as well as the trails all around the area.

– John

The staff here is awesome and the location can’t be beat.

They had my bike setup to my weight in no time and spent the time to talk me through suggested routes based on my abilities and fitness. I had so much fun I came back the next day and will definitely be back on future trips!!

— Dan

Great staff, my bike was set up and waiting for me to arrive.

As a woman traveling the trails alone, these guys made me feel welcome, made sure I knew the routes, gave me a printed map, helped me program my Trailforks with their local trails, and were very inclusive to the only female around that day.

— Teri

Ride on some of the smoothest roads the West has to offer. These routes will take you on the road less traveled — where icnonic sandstone spires dot the desert and scrape the endless sky. And if you feel like it, peel off to see some ancient petroglyphs.

Red Rock Canyon

Start your desert expedition in the parking lot of Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area. Here, you’ll be able to pick your distance and ride through Nevada’s never-ending Mojave Desert — where punchy climbs are frequent and the views of the iconic red sandstone spires are unrivaled.

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Mesa Park

At almost 37 miles, this desert crossing doesn’t mess around. The Mesa Park route is the perfect road ride for any desert-loving hill climber. Test your legs a two punchy climbs and a mid-ride thrilling descent. Bike like a Burro and make sure you’re packing enough water for the day. Trust us, it gets hot.

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Reflections from the road

These guys are great!

I totally spaced on a Saturday morning, brought all my gear, but forgot my helmet and they lent me a helmet to get me out on the road.

– A.J.

*The Bike Outpost* (Legendary)

Unrivaled Location. Great service and merchandise available to save or improve your ride.The have a DOG in store! Friendly and knowledgable bike technicians and guides. I like it.

– Las Vegas MTB Group

Great experience in all regards.

The purpose of my visits was to narrow which model / size Trek I’ll be purchasing, and this answered those questions perfectly and solidified why I’ll be buying a Trek in the first place. Well done. I’ll be back!

– ReconMan

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