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Fruita, CO Mountain Bike Camp

Learn to Mountain Bike in Fruita

BetterRide Mountain Bike Skills Coaching, Camps and Clinics have been designed to teach you how to ride faster, more efficient, balanced, in control and of course how to have more fun! Are you ready to create a BetterRide?, come join us in Fruita, Colorado.

Mountain Biking Fruita Colorado

Mountain Biking Fruita Colorado

Fruita Mountain Biking Areas

Colorado mountain biking at its finest. With trails varying in terrain and difficulty, Fruita, Colorado has something to offer mountain bikers of all levels of expertise.

Red Hot Dirt Days

Red Hot Dirt Days

The days are cooler, but the trails are hot. It is a great time to come and explore all that Fruita, Colorado has to offer, and we are making it even better by offering discounts on lodging, shopping and dinning.

Best Small Town in America!

Best Small Town in America!

Whom It May Concern

We  had the opportunity to stay in Fruita for a month this summer and I wanted to report what a wonderful time we had. We think Fruita is the BEST small town in America!

FRUITA

When the days get shorter and snow begins to cover the high-country, it is time to head to the desert. In this case to the high-desert of Fruita, Colorado. With empty trails, moderate temps, and varied terrain it is a perfect mountain bike playground for the SB95 Carbon in the winter months.

See the video on Adventure Journal

Pumps, Berms, and Rollers (PBR)

Singletrack Trails completed the construction of PBR Trail in Fruita, Colorado in time for the Fruita Fat Tire Festival.

The Rocky Mountain Experience

In third place is the film 'The Rocky Mountain Experience' which documents two brother learning about mountain biking in the Fruita Area.

This film was created by Rick Higgins and the film was actually on PBS stations throughout Colorado. Thanks for giving Fruita state-wide exposure Rick.

Bicycle indians

Fruit F-Town Film Festival second place winner, Bicycle Indian -- a fun and entertaining video that takes you back to the old western movies. This film is a cowboys and Indians take-off but with bikes... The film was directed by Thomas Scheifer from Texas and was submitted by Chad Cheeney of Durango on his behalf.