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SEDONA

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Cave Creek, AZ

5 HR / 120 MI Ride Days

SEPT-MAY 76° H / 35° L

75% Off-road Singletrack 

Personal Guide, Choice of Adventure Dual Sport or Dirt Bike, Gear, Fuel & Lodging

*does not include meals

WHAT TO EXPECT

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Why We Love Sedona >>

QUESTIONS ABOUT SKILL LEVEL? 

Riding is a full-body sport. Once started, riders must commit to finishing each full day. Rider is responsible for bike and self, with trailside support from your RTR Guide. If unsure this trip is for you, contact us directly

602 425-7720 #EXTRAMILE

PERSONAL GUIDE

Explore back country routes to unique locations with 1-on-1 trailside support

dirt bike & GEAR

Select from the latest models of enduro, dual sport & adventure bike

LODGING

Unwind after a long day in the saddle with comfortable accommodations

INCLUDED WITH EVERY ADVENTURE! #SHOWUPANDRIDE

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3 DAY

SEDONA

OVERNIGHT ADVENTURE

2 RIDER MINIMUM

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RIDER

3 DAYS/2 NIGHTS

GUIDE, BIKE, GEAR & LODGINGS

DAY 1

RED ROCK RIDGE LINES

Warm up with open singletrack and river crossings, followed by more technical hillclimbs and scenic views. Finish the day descending into Sedona

Scottsdale → Jerome

150mi / 90% off-road

HIGHLIGHTS

• SUSPENSION BRIDGE

• MONTEZUMA CASTLE

• HILLCLIMBS

• SCENIC OVERVIEWS

• RIVER CROSSINGS

DAY 2

RED ROCK RIDGE LINES

Warm up with open singletrack and river crossings, followed by more technical hillclimbs and scenic views. Finish the day descending into Sedona

Jerome → Sedona

150mi / 90% off-road

HIGHLIGHTS

• SUSPENSION BRIDGE

• MONTEZUMA CASTLE

• HILLCLIMBS

• SCENIC OVERVIEWS

• RIVER CROSSINGS

DAY 3

RED ROCK RIDGE LINES

Warm up with open singletrack and river crossings, followed by more technical hillclimbs and scenic views. Finish the day descending into Sedona

Sedona → Scottsdale

150mi / 90% off-road

HIGHLIGHTS

• SUSPENSION BRIDGE

• MONTEZUMA CASTLE

• HILLCLIMBS

• SCENIC OVERVIEWS

• RIVER CROSSINGS

#SHOWUPANDRIDE

MEALS NOT INCLUDED. SEASONAL RATES APPLY. RIDER IS RESPONSIBLE FOR BIKE & DAMAGES, INCLUDING EMERGENCY RETRIEVAL. BIKES SHOWN MAY NOT BE BIKES AVAILABLE

All prices plus tax. Must be 18+ years to reserve, 50% down to RSVP. Additional services and rentals may incur additional costs. View and sign Release Waiver. By booking RTR you agreed by the terms. Visit FAQ or Policies for details. BOOK TODAY online up to 48 HRS in advance or  Contact RTR directly text/call 602-425-7720  or readytoriderentals@gmail.com

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A LITTLE HISTORY

Sedona rocks a culture of spiritual significance tracing back to the Anasazi, a Navajo word meaning "Ancient Ones." Speculated to be vital meeting point between North and South America, evidence suggests inhabitants as early as 8000 BC, though pottery and farming wouldn't be seen till 650 AD. At the height of prosperity around 1300 AD, fields and homes were abandoned, leaving behind shaded trails, petroglyphs, still-functioning irrigation and cliff dwellings that are enjoyed by visitors to this day.

 

Since the first Anglo settlers in the late 1800s, Sedona has since supported mining, cattle, horses, peach and apple orchards and tourism & mining. Star of the Southwest, over 60 cinematic features  captured its rugged romance since 1923. As for today, Sedona's 14,000 residents share the legacy of bountiful resource with eager travelers as both seek the rich reprieve of this enchanted desert oasis.

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THE BEATING HEART OF ARIZONA

If Phoenix Valley is the fiery belly of Arizona, Sedona is its wild heart. Renowned for lurid beauty and energetic magnetism, Sedona draws over 3 million visitors annually. The semi-arid climate makes year round visitation popular, with clear blue summers fading into partially grey winters.

THINGS TO DO

Outdoor enthusiasts will appreciate a variety of accessible hikes featuring unique sandstone formations, friendly swimming holes, twisted junipers, shaded streams and retired apple orchards. Local artisans fill shop windows with original paintings, pottery, sculpture, jewelry, candles, clothing and more. Spiritual seekers will find a welcoming community of entrepreneurs. Practitioners offer everything from gemstones, vortex tours, and plant medicines to yogic retreats, oracle readings, support groups & sound healing. Expect a range of dining options from classic American comfort food to cowboy gourmet, prickly pear ice cream and CBD infused lattes to international dishes, locally sourced Tex Mex to vegan-friendly cafes.

WHY WE LOVE IT

The stresses of today dissolve when entering the valley as time slows down to the speed of babbling brooks, sunrises, and falling leaves. Many point to the electro-magnetic vortices generated by colossal elements earth and sky. Perhaps it's the warming rays of sunlight shining down upon pastel-painted landscapes, or chilled streams filtered by red rocks. Whatever it is calls to the healer in all of us. Therefore, quest no further, traveler. Take off your boots and let the ancient windsong carry your worries far away.

Sedona

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