Mountain Bike Rentals

Discover Our Mountain

At this time, we will be renting out our bikes in person only. Please go to the base lodge where someone will let you know what we have available and help you with the rental process.

We are thrilled to offer an assortment of bikes from Rocky Mountain and Scott.

Prices

BV Bike Park Rental Prices
Full DayHalf Day
Helmet$25x
Pads$20x
Scott Gamblers Performance Rental$135$100
Altitude & Slayer Park Rental$115$80
Reaper 26″ Rental$85$60
Damage Waiver$25$25

Half Day Rentals:

Friday, Sat, & Sun 10am – 2pm OR 2pm – 6pm

Rental Shops Hours:

Monday – Thursday: Closed
Friday: 9:30am – 6pm
Satuday, & Sunday: 9am – 6pm

The Bikes


The Rocky Mountain Development Centre is nestled at the foot of Vancouver, British Columbia’s North Shore mountains, home to some of the world’s most diverse and rugged terrain and also home to our trail building partner Gravity Logic. Not for nothing, in the early aughts, when the VTFR crew built much of our existing trails network, it was modeled off the big mountain riding of British Columbia.

Scott brings with it a pioneering and innovative spirit that spans year round sports dating back over 50 years; much like Bolton Valley. Their incredible fleet of mountain bikes has long been the choice for many top level riders and beginners alike from around the world and they have won multiple World and Olympic titles. Come see why!

We’ll add more of our personal take on the awesome bikes below as we have the opportunity to test them out on our trails more, but check out the links above for all the specs and technical details on each for the time being and see our initial impressions below. We are super grateful to open our lift service mountain biking, lessons, and programs with such great bikes!

Bikes for people who are 5’0″ – 6’1″+

Rocky Mountain Slayer Alloy 30 Park Edition: This is your “one bike fits all” for Bolton Valley’s varied terrain – a great hybrid with dual crown front suspension that will handle jumps, chunder and technical terrain with relative grace. Smalls fitted with 27.5″ wheels and mediums (and up) are 29ers.

Rocky Mountain Altitude Alloy 30: Good enough for Jesse Melamed to win the Zermatt Enduro World Series race on, it’ll probably be just barely adequate for you, too. Pure enduro bike with 160/170mm of travel back to front helping you gobble up the roots, rocks and reggae found on Bolton Valley’s more technical terrain, but also empowering you speed demons out there.

Scott Gambler 920 – A full on downhill crusher with 29 inch wheels and upgraded full Fox suspension with sporting 200ml travel both front and back. Great for cruising, racing and everything in between.

Bikes for people who are 4’4″-4’11”

Rocky Mountain Reaper 24 & 26 – Full suspension and top of line for youth riders of all ability levels featuring hydraulic brakes to boot.