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Home Activities Sno-Go Skibikes
Activities Sno-Go Skibikes

Sno-Go Skibikes are full suspension rigs that combine two of our favorite activities: skiing and biking. After a quick lesson, you'll be cruising around like a pro. Sno-Go Skibikes are now available to rent or buy.

Get Started

  • 14 Sno-Go Skibikes Available to Rent
  • Includes Half-Day Rental & Lesson
  • Book at Perfect Turn, Guest Services, or Rentals

Rent a Sno-Go Skibike for a morning or afternoon and see what it's all about. Your rental includes a quick lesson, which is required for anyone using a Sno-Go Skibike at Sugarloaf. Once you've had a lesson you'll recieve a Sno-Go pass, which will allow you to use a Sno-Go Skibike in the future without a lesson. If you love it, you can buy your very own Sno-Go Skibike at Downhill Supply Company; each purchase includes a lesson. 

  • Rentals are availble daily from 9am-12pm & 12:30-3:30pm
  • Half-day rentals are $46 including a 30-45 minute lesson
  • Two-hour Sno-Go Skibike tours with instructor are $100

Learn more about Sno-Go SkiBikes

Sno Go Sno Go Tutorial Video

FAQs

  • That's great! Even if you're basically a pro with your own Sno-Go, we still require everyone to take a one time 30-45 minute lesson before accessing the mountain. You'll get a special pass once you've completed your lesson. 

  • Sugarloaf only allows Type III ski bikes, as defined by the American Ski Bike Association. Currently Sno Go is the only Type III ski bike on the market.

  • Yes. Each bike has a chairlift hook, and is designed to go on a lift. Currently, Sno-Go bikes are allowed on both Double Runner lifts, the Moosecelator, Sawduster, Skidway, Snubber, West Mtn, and Whiffletree.

  • Nope, once you've completed one lesson you'll be certified to ride as much as you want on your own.