Mojave National Preserve has miles of paved and dirt roads for biking. Regular bikes and E-Bikes are only allowed on paved and dirt roads. Bikes are not allowed on single-track trails or off road.
Cyclist on a desert road lined with creosote heading towards mountains
Biking at Mojave National Preserve


Tips bikers should know before entering the Mojave National Preserve:
  • Cell phone service is mostly unavailable within the Preserve on paved roads and nonexistent on dirt roads.
  • Water is available at Kelso Depot and the Hole-in-the-Wall Campgrounds
  • Bikes are not available for rent in Mojave National Preserve
  • Mojave National Preserve does not have any designated bike paths or trails other than the existing paved roads and unmaintained dirt roads.
  • Bikers will need to be fully self-sufficient. There are no food services or lodging within the Preserve.
  • Camping at the Hole-in-the-Wall and Mid Hills Established Campgrounds is first-come, first-serve.
  • Camping is available at numerous unimproved and dispersed campsites throughout the Preserve.
  • Be prepared for a variety of weather temperatures at different elevations, including snow and ice in the winter months.

Last updated: March 14, 2022

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