VEGAS HYPER E-BIKE EXCURSIONS

Includes Electric Mountain Bike, Tour Guide, Helmet, Kneepads, Gloves, Water, Electrolytes and Snacks or Lunch

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 SINGLE TRACK TRAILS

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SCENIC TRAILS

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GHOST TOWN TRAILS

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CORPORATE TEAM BUILDING

 
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SINGLE TRACK TRAILS

Must be 18+ and older 

The most magical part of mountain biking is riding on singletrack trails. Imagine that you're in the forest, with trees and brush all around you. The soil is moist, offering perfect traction for tires to dig into. Or maybe you're in the desert. It's hot, but rocks and cacti outline a path through the rough terrain. 

 

No matter the setting, mountain bikers seek out singletrack. It's the whole point of our sport. After all, nobody wants to ride a mountain bike on the road.

Late Night Trail System

Offers a unique opportunity to experience mountain biking in close proximity to the Las Vegas, Nevada urban area. Situated under the beautiful backdrop of the Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area, this network of trails provides opportunities to experience desert riding in many different combinations of loops.

 

 Bears Best trail System

Desert trails with rocky washes, bridges, and flowing singletrack. The trails are mostly gentle climbs and can be combined for miles of fun, with great views of the Las Vegas Strip.

 

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SCENIC TRAILS

Must be 18+ and older 
 

We picked two of our favorite scenic rides that will provide you with an appreciation of natural areas and for the conservation and enjoyment of the significant scenic, historic, and natural beauty these rides will bring. 

 

Historic Railroad Trail to Hoover Dam

Just 30 miles from Las Vegas, near Boulder City, the gravel Historic Railroad Trail hugs the hills on the southern shoreline of vast Lake Mead. The rail-trail offers panoramic views of the manmade lake and snakes through five railroad tunnels on its way toward Hoover Dam.

 

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GHOST TOWN TRAILS

Must be 18+ and older 
 

Rhyolite Ghost Town

As one of the most photographed ghost towns in the West, Rhyolite should be a priority when planning a Nevada adventure. This fascinating boomtown sprung to life after a couple of prospectors discovered high-grade, extremely valuable gold ore in 1905. Several mining camps, including Rhyolite, popped up in the region, which later became known as the Bullfrog Mining District.    

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CORPORATE TEAM BUILDING

Must be 18+ and older 

Corporate Team Building

Is your team looking for a new adventure to build their team-working skills, communication and just overall comradery? We Have the Perfect Team Adventure For you! Five fun team building skills that teach your team the importance of listening to other team members, communicating clear directions, skills and patience and just overall team work. This fun bike adventure shows that no “one” member stands alone and each must work together to complete the tasks! You provide the location we provide the fun!

 

 

THE BALLOON CHALLENGE

Start off with a fun easy exercise

to get your team motivated. A relay

style race on bikes testing your

teams listening skills and ability to

pass off the water balloons to each

team member without breaking them.

BUILD A BIKE CHALLENGE

Let’s see how your team members work together. This challenge requires your team members to build a bike. With no directions let’s see who takes charge, who takes directions and who works together!

THE SKILLS COURSE

Put your teams skills to the test. This skills course shows sometimes in business it is not just how fast your team can complete a project but completing it without any errors. A bike ride through a very narrow course without hitting any cones, or the team has to start over again.

COMMUNICATIONS CHALLENGE

This is a great challenge of how well your team communicates. One member is tasked with given directions to the other members to build a bike course. The member is given a shape and must communicate that shape to the other teams members without using the name of the shape. They must communicate where each cone should be placed to build the course.

HOW WELL DOES YOUR TEAM KNOW THEIR JOBS CHALLENGE

This teamwork style relay race requires the team members to ride to the next team member remove the clipboard, write down a step to complete a work project. That team member now races to the next team member for them to add the next step to the project and so on until the job is done!.