Recreational hardtail bikes

Marin bobcat trail

The Bobcat Trail is a capable front suspension mountain bike ideal for exploring Whistler’s paved Valley Trail system and crushed gravel trails around Lost Lake. 

Built around a lightweight aluminium frame and a 100mm front suspension fork, the Eldridge grade offers a smooth and lively ride. Equipped with a 2×8 speed drivetrain to tackle any hill, hydraulic disc brakes to keep speed under control on the way down, and knobby tires to aid grip on loose gravel.

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Recreational Hardtail Sizing Chart

Rider's Height4’10" - 5’2”
146cm - 157cm
5’2” - 5’5”
157cm - 165cm
5’5” - 5’9”
165cm - 175cm
5’9” - 6’0"
175cm - 183cm
6’0" - 6’3”
183cm - 191cm

Recreational Hardtail Pricing

Duration2 Hours4 Hours1 Day2 Days3 Days4 Days5 Days 6 Days7 DaysAdditional Days
Pre-Book 15% Discount$29.75$39.10$55.25$98.60$132.60$170.00$204.00$234.60$267.75$39.10
Walk In$35.00$46.00$65.00$116.00$156.00$200.00$240.00$276.00$315.00$46.00

To receive a 15% pre-book discount:

  • Book at least 24 hours in advance.

Damage Waiver – $10

The Damage Waiver covers any accidental damage incurred to the bike while riding. The damage waiver is optional but recommended. If you do not take the Damage Waiver, you will be liable for the full cost of repair to bring the bike back to full functionality. The Damage Waiver does not cover loss, theft or damage incurred through negligence.


Recreational Hardtail

In BC you are required to wear a helmet when riding a bike and you can be fined for not wearing one. It is mandatory to wear a full face helmet in the Bike Park. We provide complimentary helmets with all of our rentals.

No, unfortunately we do not offer baskets/phone holders on our bikes. Our recreational bikes do come with a bottle cage for water bottles. We recommended bringing a small backpack if you are planning on carrying anything else with you on your bike ride.

No, unfortunately we do not offer road bikes. However, our recreational hardtail and e-cruiser bikes are suitable for sight-seeing around the Valley Trail.

No, unfortunately we do not offer tandem bikes.

The most popular 2 hour routes are to Lost Lake park, where you can explore some of the green crushed gravel trails, or down to Lakeside and Alpha Lake parks on the valley trail.

The Valley Trail is a network of shared, paved pedestrian and cycle paths throughout the Whistler valley. The network connects the Village, Upper Village, residential areas, parks and lakes.

We have some great route recommendations for our Valley Trail or E-Bikes. See our Suggested Routes page for interactive maps.