Coastal Fatbike Adventure

Trek through coastal Florida Singletrack.

Private and DIY Tours

Inland Forest Fatbike Adventure

Explore Inland Florida Singletrack.

Private and DIY Tours

Beach Trail Bike Adventure

Traverse shell lined beach trails.

DIY (Discover it Yourself) Tour

Advanced Singletrack Adventure

Tackle technical singletrack.

Private and DIY Tours

Bike Rentals

Fat Bikes • Mountain Bikes • Beach Cruisers

Explore at your pace

Covid-19 Update: We will continue to operate as everyone needs to get outside and exercise. All bikes are disinfected prior to delivery.

**$75 SPECIAL: Guided Tour for up to 2 riders**

$25 per additional rider.

Good for the Coastal Forest Fat Bike Tour Only.

Private Pensacola Mountain Bike Tours

Northwest Florida is blessed with sugar white sand and plenty of water, making it perfect for watersports but the great mountain biking opportunities are often overlooked. For the coastal trail tour, Pensacola Mountain Bike Tours utilizes Fatbikes equipped with 4 inch tires, enabling you to float over any soft sand patches on the trail. The inland forest trail and the singletrack trails are best suited for our traditional hard tail mountain bikes. While there is very little in the way of hills on the coastal forest tour or inland forest tour, the advanced single track has more elevation changes. The easiest is the DIY Beach Trail tour which has no hills or sand. In the warmer months we recommended riding in the morning, and the earlier the better to avoid the midday sun. The tours are private for up to 4 adults, so it is all about your group and how you want you adventure to unfold.

 

Learn about the Coastal Forest Tour (Pensacola Beach / Naval Live Oaks area) ››

Learn About the Red Rock Tour (Milton / Blackwater River State Forest area)››

Learn About the Beach Trail Tour (Pensacola Beach / Fort Pickens area)››

Learn About the Advanced Singletrack Trail Tour (Pensacola / Musckogee Area)››

Hamilton MTB Tours featured in article on OutdoorGulfCoast.com

A few weeks back I got the opportunity to take Shaun Brown and his family on a tour on the Red Rock Mountain Bike Trail in the Blackwater River State Forest near Juniper Creek. He in turn did a nice article about the company and the tour. The full article can be found...

UWF Mountain Bike Trails

I have had a few clients recently ask me about more advanced level mountain biking in the Pensacola area. We have been blessed with a few good mountain biking areas. When I go ride, this is where I primarily ride. This trail system is on the University of West...

Pensacola Mountain Bike Tours adds beginner DIY beach trail tour!

We have decided to add yet another tour in order to cater to the casual rider who wants a backcountry beach experience. This DIY (Discover it Yourself) tour meanders over a seashell trail through the beautiful Gulf Islands National Seashore at Fort...

UWF Mountain Bike Trails

I have had a few clients recently ask me about more advanced level mountain biking in the Pensacola area. We have been blessed with a few good mountain biking areas. When I go ride, this is where I primarily ride. This trail system is on the University of West...

read more

Hugh S. Branyon Backcountry Trail in Orange Beach, Alabama

This is not one of my tour destinations but it is close by and an excellent place for paved trail biking with a backcountry feel so I decided I would put it out there for locals and visitors alike. These trails wind through swamps with alligators, through fields of...

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What bike do I ride?

A question I get a lot is "what kind of bike do you ride?". On the Fatbike tours I normally ride one of the Motobecane FB4s exactly like the client bikes. But while a fatbike, with 4"+ tires, is great for sandy trails, they're not as fast or nimble as a traditional...

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Beach Breaks during the Pensacola Coastal fat bike tour

One of the favorite parts of the tour for our riders on the coastal forest tour is the beach break. With around a mile left to go in the tour, we stop riding and dismount along a secluded beach positioned at the base of a steep sand bluff. Clients often bring a snack...

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Not an April Fool’s Joke, I am Open for Business!

While it would be like me to go to these lengths to pull off a good April Fool's joke, this is real. It is official. I have started a mountain bike tour business. Hamilton Mountain Bike Tours in Pensacola is now open to take riders on tours through the excellent...

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Pensacola Mountain Bike Tours have new fat bikes!

I just received my Motobecane Pensacola fat bikes! Fatbike From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia A fatbike (also called fat bike or fat-tire bike) is an off-road bicycle with oversized tires designed for low ground pressure to allow riding on soft unstable terrain,...

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UWF Mountain Bike Trails

I have had a few clients recently ask me about more advanced level mountain biking in the Pensacola area. We have been blessed with a few good mountain biking areas. When I go ride, this is where I primarily ride. This trail system is on the University of West...

read more

Hugh S. Branyon Backcountry Trail in Orange Beach, Alabama

This is not one of my tour destinations but it is close by and an excellent place for paved trail biking with a backcountry feel so I decided I would put it out there for locals and visitors alike. These trails wind through swamps with alligators, through fields of...

read more

What bike do I ride?

A question I get a lot is "what kind of bike do you ride?". On the Fatbike tours I normally ride one of the Motobecane FB4s exactly like the client bikes. But while a fatbike, with 4"+ tires, is great for sandy trails, they're not as fast or nimble as a traditional...

read more

Beach Breaks during the Pensacola Coastal fat bike tour

One of the favorite parts of the tour for our riders on the coastal forest tour is the beach break. With around a mile left to go in the tour, we stop riding and dismount along a secluded beach positioned at the base of a steep sand bluff. Clients often bring a snack...

read more