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  • Is skibiking more dangerous than other winter sports?
    Like any winter sport, skibiking comes with its risks, but it is not necessarily more dangerous than skiing or snowboarding. In fact, the seated position and lower center of gravity can provide more stability and control, potentially reducing the risk of certain types of falls or injuries. However, as with any sport, proper instruction, equipment, and adherence to safety guidelines are crucial for minimizing risk.
  • Are SNO-GO bikes allowed at Aspen Resorts?
    Yes, SNO-GO ski bikes are allowed at all four mountains in Aspen!
  • Does the Snow Bike come apart for transport?
    The SNO-GO Shift bike comes apart into 3 different sections for easy transport. Ask one of our team members to show you how! It's as easy as one, two, three!
  • Where do I pick up the rental?
    Rentals can typically be picked up at our designated rental stations located near the resort. The exact location will be provided upon booking. We recommend arriving early, especially during peak times, to ensure a smooth rental process.
  • What is the average weight of the ski bike?
    The SNO-GO Shift bike is the main bike that we use for our rental fleet. The bike weighs 34.9 pounds.
  • Are there shocks on the bikes?
    Yes, many of our skibikes are equipped with shocks. The shocks provide a smoother ride and better control, especially on uneven terrain. They help absorb impacts and enhance the overall skiing experience, similar to how they function in mountain biking.
  • Are SNO-GO bikes allowed at Vail?
    Yes, SNO-GO ski bikes are allowed at all Vail Resorts!
  • Is skibiking easier on the joints?
    Yes, skibiking is often considered easier on the joints compared to traditional skiing or snowboarding. The shocks reduce stress on the knees and ankles, making it a great option for those with joint concerns or for individuals looking for a low-impact winter sport. You also have a lower center of gravity.
  • How do you get on the chairlift with a skibike?
    Getting on the chairlift with a skibike is straightforward. Most skibikes are designed to be lift-friendly. You simply approach the lift with your skibike, similar to how you would with skis or a snowboard. Let the chair slide underneath the lift bar on the bike. Hold onto the handlebars to secure. Put the bike in between your legs. The lift operator can assist you in positioning the bike on the chairlift. It's always recommended to check with the specific resort for any unique lift protocols they may have for skibikes. Watch the "how to ride" video on the homepage of the website for specific instructions.
  • Do I need to fill out a waiver?
    Yes, all renters are required to fill out a waiver form. This is a standard procedure for all rental equipment, acknowledging the risks involved and agreeing to the terms of the rental. You can fill out this waiver online to save time.
  • Do all resorts accept ski bikes on the slopes?
    While skibiking is becoming more popular, not all resorts accept them yet. We recommend checking with each resort beforehand. SNO-GO maintains a list of skibike-friendly resorts on thier website and its updated regularly as more resorts begin to accommodate this exciting sport.
  • What types of boots should I wear?
    Snowboarding boots are key!
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