Tucson Mountain Bike Trails

Trails North of Tucson – Mt. Lemmon, Catalina, Oracle, Willow Springs Baby Jesus Trails (3C) Cactus Forest Trail Saguaro National Park East Charouleau Gap Trails Cherry Tank Trails (3C) Golder Ranch Trails (1A to 3C) – 50-Year, Catalina State Park, The Chutes, Middlegate Peppersauce Cave Trails (2-3B) Rail X and Honeybee Canyon Trails (2B) Willow Springs – Old Pueblo Trails (2B) Mt Lemmon – AZ Trail – Molino Basin to Italian Trap (3C – 3D)… Read More »

Star Pass – Tucson, AZ

by Theillcracker Once parked, follow the Jeep trail to the edge of the state park. Once in the park, follow the trail for another 2 miles untill you reach a fork (This is the start of the loop). Stay left. After a few more miles, you will ride out of the park for about another mile or so. Be on the lookout for the trail on your right (this part can be tricky for first… Read More »

50 Year Trail – Tucson, AZ

by Matt The 50 year Trail is a great ride for a beginner or someone who isn’t looking to do much climbing. The trail is located at the base of the Catalina Mts off of Oracle Dr., Northeast of the city. There is a small entrance fee, but it’s worth a few bucks just to take in the beauty of the region and the Mt. Range. As the trail begins, you ride along the base… Read More »

Brown Canyon – Sierra Vista, AZ

by Brian Trader Take state route 90 to Fry blvd. keep going straight til you hit Hwy. 92 take a right go south to ramsey canyon rd. turn right til you see a little parking area to the right abut 2.5 miles in. That is where the fun starts. Rating: Skill: Advanced Effort: Moderate Type: Loop/Singletrack Season: All year Mileage: 5.9

Fantasy Island – Tucson, AZ

by Matt R Fantasy Island is a pretty crazy place if you ask me. To be quite honest w/you I’m not really sure of it’s exact location, other than the fact that you park right along a highway about 15 minutes outside Tucson. Stop at any local bike shop in or around the Tucson area and they can set you straight on how to get there. This park, as we were told by some bike… Read More »