“ Regardless of where you stay, or no matter what kind of bike you ride, Moab, Utah, is an unforgettable
destination unlike any other. ”
Sovereign Trail is a trail you’ll have to drive to. It’s 16
miles point to point with several out-and-back and loop
options. It’s rocky and technical with some sandy places
that you’ll really appreciate having electric assist. A dropper
seat is also handy to have on this trail, as there are a lot of
short, technical ups and downs. One key tip is to always be
prepared for inclement weather to move in without notice.
The bottom line is that there are so many trails in Moab
that there’s no way to ride them all unless you move there.
There are bicycle trails and paths throughout town and
between some of the trails, though those are for non-
motorized bikes. After your ride, you can jump in the pool
at your hotel or clean up and head to one of the many
good restaurants in town. We can recommend the Moab
Brewery and the Fiesta Mexicana. Both have great food
and can handle a lot of people. There’s also the quirky
Love Muf;n Cafe and Zax Restaurant & Watering Hole.
If you don’t know your way around, a good guide will
make sure you get to the best places. Western Spirit is
a good one. A helmet, sunscreen and sunglasses are all but mandatory here.