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On-line Moab Souvenir Shop
Click on the "curios" cart for on-line sales of Moab souvenirs including bicycle jewelry, Native American arts and crafts, southwestern folk art and curiosities, minerals, rocks and fossils.




Reserve your Dreamride Moab cycling vacation.
EMAIL DREAMRIDE for general information on our tour operations in Moab, Utah.

If you are outside of the Continental United States call 435-259-6419 for information on reservations or about your upcoming Dreamride vacation.

If you are within the 48 states and wish to reserve your Dreamride vacation now, call toll free 1-888-MOABUTAH.

The Dreamride Bicycle Studio in Moab, Utah is a private bicycle studio open by appointment only, so call (435) 259-6419 to reserve an appointment for a consultation or bicycle fitting at least 24 hours in advance. When in Moab call 259-6419 to set up an appointment.

Send correspondence and payments via mail to:
Dreamride LLC
P.O. Box 1137
Moab, Utah 84532

We accept Master Card, Visa, Discover and American Express credit cards, direct wire transfers, money orders, personal or cashier's checks with time allowed to clear. We also accept payment via PayPal for a 2% fee.

To reserve any package of up to 5 days and 6 nights you must pay in full. To reserve a vacation package of 6 days or longer you must place a non-refundable 35% deposit and pay the balance in full at least 60 days prior to departure date. Failure to pay balance when due or to return necessary paper work on time may result in cancellation.



It is not over until you have done the paperwork. The questionnaire helps us evaluate skill level and insures that your rental bike will be waiting for you when you get arrive in Moab with the correct size and spring rate set specifically for you. The waiver (statement of risks and responsibilities) certifies that you are qualified to ride with us. Please download PDF documents linked above. Fill out the questionnaire and waiver and send them via FAX to 435-259-8196 or EMAIL.

Reserve your Moab cycling vacation with Dreamride.

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What to Bring

Dreamride stocks or has next-day access to all necessary products associated with cycling; clothing, hydration packs, components, tools, etc. If you have a specific request for a complete custom bicycle to an article of clothing or a specific replacement part, it can be waiting for you when you arrive.

Food: While we provide after-ride meals and snacks for Elite level parties, Dreamride does not routinely provide food for or during day rides (we do carry emergency food and drink, and have some snack foods available in the shop). If you have a special dietary need, call 435-259-6419 and ask about available food sources in Moab. Dreamride offers chef services to private and Elite level parties at $35 an hour plus food costs. Servers and other special meal services are also available. We can provide many menu options. We always use organic foods when possible.

Personal items: Aside from your toothbrush, we recommend bringing +15 or higher sunblock, hiking shoes, swimsuit (in summer months), camera (something suitable for placing in the pack), cell phone (keep it turned off on the rides), lap top computer, bandanas or Headsweats (we stock Headsweats).

Equipment: Your own clipless pedals are probably best, though we have a selection available for our rentals. Your own helmet is best, though we offer helmets with our rentals. Same goes for body armor. If you are attached to your saddle, bring it. You will need a good hydration pack that allows you to carry at least 100oz. of water and all necessary rain gear and clothing layers.

March - October: Long sleeve moisture wicking upper body under layer; at least two pair of bike shorts, tights, two pair of full finger gloves, bike shoes (if you use Frog pedals, bring an extra set of cleats--they routinely break on the rocks in Moab); three pair medium weight moisture wicking socks; a light weight fleece top; a wind breaker; waterproof rain jacket; head cover and/or helmet cover. For around town, bring shorts and t-shirts in summer or jeans and jackets for spring and fall. You will need to carry a gallon of water on your body and bicycle, so, make sure you have the ability to carry it on the bike and/or in your pack.

November - February: To appropriate things above, add: Shoe covers; medium weight fleece top; knee warmers, extra tights; winter gloves (along with a pair of medium weight full finger gloves); helmet cover; fleece ear cover or fleece or wool cap that will work with your helmet. In winter it is advisable to carry your own emergency kit with a lighter and matches, extra food, space blanket, and first aid supplies. Weather changes sometimes make it necessary to substitute a hike or ski trip. Bring XC ski or hiking gear, if you have it.

Bringing your own bike: Your own bicycle must be able to keep up with our rental bikes, which are designed and built for Moab terrain. Go to MOAB TRAVEL SERVICES for information on packing and shipping your bike and fees involved. Bring all necessary tools and odd ball replacement parts and tools for your bike. If your bike doesn't have waterbottle mounts, be prepared to carry more water in your pack. Your bike needs to be full suspension (29er front suspension is OK) and components must be reliable.