This one is definitely for the more experienced riders who are
comfortable with shifting gears and riding in a little traffic. The
guides will teach you how to maximize your use of the gears
and the electric motor.
All three tours are customized to each group’s skill level
and interests and can be booked for even just one rider. But,
of course, the more riders per tour, the lower the rate.
If you’re headed to Sedona without bikes, we definitely
recommend Sedona E-Bike Tours. Book tours and accommodations well in advance to get an idea of what you’ll see. If
you’re taking your own bike, get to know the jeep trails.
Summertime can get hot. Not Phoenix hot, because it’s at
a higher elevation, but it’s worth considering if you’re plan-
ning a summer trip. Springtime is incredible in Sedona. The
temperatures are warm and the area is in full bloom, with col-
orful desert flowers standing out against the rust-red rocks.
Fall is also pleasant, and winter can be a bit chilly, but the
temps are bearable year round.
There are galleries, gift shops, eateries and even great
bike-friendly coffee shops, like the Sedona Bike & Bean at 30
Bell Rock Plaza. Sedona is a magical place that looks unlike
anywhere else in the world. The incredible red rock formations, interesting sights and tours, and challenging and fun
places to ride make this a bucket-list destination for e-bike
The tours are 2–3+ hours long and cover many of
the most breathtaking views in the area.