FAQ

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS


We offer multiple pick up locations allowing you the option to have your vehicle waiting for you at the end of the trail or if you prefer to pedal back to town.

We pickup at the Porcupine Rim parking lot on HWY 128 and our in in town pick up location is Rim Cyclery located at:

Rim Cyclery
94 W 100 N, Moab, UT 84532

For the Mag-7 trail system we have three pick up locations available depending on where you want to exit the trail. The three pick up locations are:

Poison Spider Trailhead Parking Lot
Jaycee Campground Parking Lot
Moab Brands Bar M Parking Lot

Complete List of Drop Off and Pick Up locations

Shuttle departure times vary on season, temperature, and trail conditions. Please check our ticket page for current departure times.

Buy a ticket online here

We have a 24 hour cancellation policy.

We understand things happen. That said, our seats are limited. It is your responsibility to cancel your appointment within or prior to 24 hours or you will be charged. No exceptions, we thank you for understanding.

Currently E-Bikes are not allowed on the trails that we service. This decision is not made by us, rather it’s controlled by the local governing agencies that manage lands in the Moab area. For more information on e-bike friendly trails please click the link below.

Learn more about e-bikes at Discover Moab

At this time we do not offer shuttles to the top of the Whole Enchilada. We are working on getting a permit however we can only shuttle as high as the LPS trail. We also shuttle to Porcupine Rim trail. LPS combined with Porcupine Rim make up the bottom third section of The Whole Enchilada trail system.

Full list of trails we service

Our driver’s are always appreciative of a tip. If you were satisfied with your experience please feel free to show your appreciation by tipping your driver.

On average shuttle times are generally 45 minutes to an hour. These times can vary depending on trail location weather and road conditions.

The desert is a harsh environment. It can be very warm and is usually extremely dry.

We reccommend that you carry minimum 100 oz. of water per rider, if not more. It is also important to bring food and snacks to help maintain your energy levels. For more information please click on the link below.

Bike Riding in Moab, Utah
About Electrolyte Drinks

We do not supply maps. Maps are available in town at all local bike shops. All proceeds from the maps are given to the Moab trail alliance to help maintain and build new trails. You can also use online apps and download maps to your phone. We suggest always carrying a hard copy of the local map for the trail you are riding.

We eliminate the need for a pick up at the end of the trail. Hazard County Shuttle departs from the bottom of the trails so your vehicle is awaiting you at the end of your ride.

You should be equipped with the proper knowledge, tools, maps, first aid, etc. needed for a long day in the Moab backcountry. Hazard County Shuttle does not offer any type of trail rescue services. If an emergency should arise, dial 911.

List of gear to pack while riding in Moab Utah

We have multiple rack systems to accommodate most bikes. Bikes need to be complete (wheels mounted) and should be in good working order prior to boarding.

If you would like to go explore other areas of Moab give us a call. We would like to make your trip to Moab most memorable and will do our best to accommodate you.


We offer multiple pick up locations allowing you the option to have your vehicle waiting for you at the end of the trail or if you prefer to pedal back to town.

We pickup at the Porcupine Rim parking lot on HWY 128 and our in in town pick up location is Rim Cyclery located at:

Rim Cyclery
94 W 100 N, Moab, UT 84532

For the Mag-7 trail system we have three pick up locations available depending on where you want to exit the trail. The three pick up locations are:

Poison Spider Trailhead Parking Lot
Jaycee Campground Parking Lot
Moab Brands Bar M Parking Lot

Complete List of Drop Off and Pick Up locations

Shuttle departure times vary on season, temperature, and trail conditions. Please check our ticket page for current departure times.

Buy a ticket online here

We have a 24 hour cancellation policy.

We understand things happen. That said, our seats are limited. It is your responsibility to cancel your appointment within or prior to 24 hours or you will be charged. No exceptions, we thank you for understanding.

Currently E-Bikes are not allowed on the trails that we service. This decision is not made by us, rather it’s controlled by the local governing agencies that manage lands in the Moab area. For more information on e-bike friendly trails please click the link below.

Learn more about e-bikes at Discover Moab

At this time we do not offer shuttles to the top of the Whole Enchilada. We are working on getting a permit however we can only shuttle as high as the LPS trail. We also shuttle to Porcupine Rim trail. LPS combined with Porcupine Rim make up the bottom third section of The Whole Enchilada trail system.

Full list of trails we service

Our driver’s are always appreciative of a tip. If you were satisfied with your experience please feel free to show your appreciation by tipping your driver.

On average shuttle times are generally 45 minutes to an hour. These times can vary depending on trail location weather and road conditions.

The desert is a harsh environment. It can be very warm and is usually extremely dry.

We reccommend that you carry minimum 100 oz. of water per rider, if not more. It is also important to bring food and snacks to help maintain your energy levels. For more information please click on the link below.

Bike Riding in Moab, Utah
About Electrolyte Drinks

We do not supply maps. Maps are available in town at all local bike shops. All proceeds from the maps are given to the Moab trail alliance to help maintain and build new trails. You can also use online apps and download maps to your phone. We suggest always carrying a hard copy of the local map for the trail you are riding.

We eliminate the need for a pick up at the end of the trail. Hazard County Shuttle departs from the bottom of the trails so your vehicle is awaiting you at the end of your ride.

You should be equipped with the proper knowledge, tools, maps, first aid, etc. needed for a long day in the Moab backcountry. Hazard County Shuttle does not offer any type of trail rescue services. If an emergency should arise, dial 911.

List of gear to pack while riding in Moab Utah

We have multiple rack systems to accommodate most bikes. Bikes need to be complete (wheels mounted) and should be in good working order prior to boarding.

If you would like to go explore other areas of Moab give us a call. We would like to make your trip to Moab most memorable and will do our best to accommodate you.

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