Bike Trails

Our first-hand knowledge of trails, roads, routes and connectors make us the unequivocal experts for local knowledge.

Most likely, the staff at Tin Shed Sports rode or skied the trail in the morning that you have a question about.  Our first-hand knowledge of trails, roads, routes, and connectors make us the unequivocal experts for local knowledge.  We also keep you up to date on trail conditions and closures, as well as pick out the best trail for your ability.  Stop on by and talk trails with us – we promise we won’t bite!

Nederland Area MTB Trails and Conditions

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  • Windy, Healthy Snow Coverage, More Snow on the way.


    So here’s the deal…  Nederland tends to be 15 to 18 degrees cooler than down the hill. As the season is rapidly changing and the snow has been pretty regular, the trails have healthy snow coverage in most areas. If you’re coming up, dress warm and pick up a Fat Bike Demo or Rental!

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  • West Magnolia Trails

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  • Road Ride: Tin Shed to Brainard Lake and Back

    A beautiful seasonal road bike ride starting in the heart of Nederland, Co at Tin Shed Sports / Salto, passing through Ward, Co and topping out at Brainard Lake. This ride has fantastic views of the plains, the Continental Divide, Mt. Evans, High Alpine Lakes, and plenty of wild life… In fact, you’re almost guaranteed […]

  • Sourdough Trail

    The Sourdough Trail contains a few rocks. Big rocks, little rocks, everywhere a rock, rock.  If you are looking to get your low-speed technical on, this is the trail for you. For a ripping fun descent, make sure to add the South St. Vrain trail onto your ride. Most ride it as an out ‘n […]

  • Blue Dot Trail

    This trail is em-effin sweet. It parallels Magnolia Road on the north side, running east/west. The further east you go the more technical it gets. This trail flows well in both directions, but be aware of a few hike-a-bike sections to keep you honest. If you can clean this trail end-to-end, come by for a […]

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