The Mammoth Bike Park is open 9AM–6PM daily. The Bike Park Shuttle runs 9AM–5:30PM, and lifts run 9AM–5PM. Tickets, lessons and rentals are available out of Main Lodge and Mountain Center in The Village.

Check the Bike Park Trail & Lift Status page for a list of open trails.

Explore the Bike Park with Ease

Starting summer 2018, class 1 pedal assist electric bikes now be allowed in the Mammoth Bike Park, which help you to explore more of the mountain and take in the views without tiring yourself out. Rent a top-of-the-line Trek e-bike and start cruising the 80+ miles of singletrack in the bike park. If you're new to mountain biking, take a lesson to learn the fundamentals and how to best utilize your new pedaling power.

Rent a Trek E-Bike

Rent a Trek E-Bike

Explore more of Mammoth Bike Park on cutting edge technology from Trek. The Powerfly 5 FS is a full suspension pedal assist electric mountain bike to help you comfortably pedal farther than ever before, making more trails, more fun.

Learn to Mountain Bike with Pedal Assist

Learn to Mountain Bike with Pedal Assist

Curious about what all this e-bike talk is about? Experience all the fun under the expert guidance of our instructors. Hit the dirt trails in the the Discovery Zone – an industry-leading area dedicated to beginners – and learn the mountain biking fundamentals, like cornering, how to use your suspension, braking technique and body positioning, as well as how to get the most out of your pedal-assisted riding.

Recommended Trails for E-Bikes

Recommended Trails for E-Bikes

E-bikes are allowed on all the Mammoth Bike Park trails, but here are few crowd favorites that typically required lots of human power but are now a lot easier to explore thanks to the assistance from an electric mountain bike. 



Never has pedaling a bicycle uphill been this much fun. With the help of pedal assist, you can now enjoy the sights, feel the flow and dare we say – have a conversation, all while pedaling from The Village up to the Adventure Center. 

Paper Route > Manzanita > Gopher Trail

This route traverses a large portion of the mountain, offering some of the best views around. This rolling loop features a wide range of terrain, easily manageable with the with pedal assistance. Don’t miss the stunning view from the Lakes Basin Overlook at the far end

Beach Cruiser

This loop is normally reserved for the fittest of cross-country riders. Not anymore. This four-mile intermediate loop starts with some great climbing through large lodgepole pines, then loops around beautiful Reds Lake before a long roller coaster ride back to the Adventure Center.

Beach Cruiser > Bearing Straights > Gravy Train > Off the Top

Pedal through the forest up Beach Cruiser and on to Bearing Straights with ease, and take in the open views when you get above the tree line. Enjoy riding across the exposed rock face, an experience unique to the Sierra. Continue to Gravy Train, which traverses the massive expanse underneath the Paranoid Flats ski chutes before you hit Off the Top. Ride Off the Top down to link back up with Beach Cruiser for a truly iconic ride.

2018 Bike Park Trail Map
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Trail Details & Map

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