Friday, August 31, 2007

Acme Shuttle On The Race Circuit

Acme Bike Shuttle Owner/Driver Kyle Mears is gonna bring the heat this weekend, at the Keystone Climax Mountain States Cup Bike Finals. Kyle's racing in the Downhill and the Super D, Sunday and Monday. So grab your cow bells and start cheering, and we'll see you back in Moab for some hometown riding when the race event is over.

Hey, just because Kyle's racing this Labor Day weekend doesn't mean we can't take your reservations for your upcoming mountain bike trip to Moab. Give us a call and we'll make sure you've got a ride to the trailhead. 435-260-2534

Oh, and check back here at the Acme Bike Shuttle blog for a race re-cap!

Thursday, August 30, 2007

Acme Bike Shuttle's Ridealong Mascot

While other Moab mountain bike shuttle companies may make you ride to the trail in silence and virtual boredom, Acme Bike Shuttle offers Rally: wiry-furred, four-legged, wiper-chasin' entertainment, free with nearly every shuttle ride!

Check out the whole video on YouTube, then give us a call and make a shuttle reservation today. Tell 'em Rally sent you! 435-260-2534

Wednesday, August 29, 2007

Acme Bike Shuttle Customers Rock!

Throughout the summer, Acme Shuttle customers have been spotted everywhere — ripping downhill runs in Keystone, on the podium at the Downieville Classic, riding singletrack all over Colorado, Utah, and a lot more places, too. It's proof that our customers love to ride as much as we do.

We know Moab's on your trip list this fall, so when you get into town, give us a call and let us shuttle you to the fun! 435-260-2534

Tuesday, August 28, 2007

Mountain Bike Trails for Everyone

Vicki Menard of The News-Review in Oregon writes in this article about how tough Moab's famous Slickrock Trail can be. The trail, originally made for and by motorcycles, is considered "intermediate to advanced," and even though your tires have incredible traction on the steep ups and downs, riding on slickrock is a skill. Some people take to it quickly and have a blast. Others need a bit more practice.

Acme Bike Shuttle can give you and your friends a lift to the Slickrock trailhead... and if the Slickrock Trail isn't your thing, we'll hook you up with plenty of info on a number of trails throughout the area. From easy to advanced, we know the trails because we ride the trails. So grab a map, plan a visit to Moab, and call Acme Shuttle!

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Monday, August 27, 2007

Moab Event: Granny Gear/EAS 24 Hours of Moab

Acme Bike Shuttle Owner/Driver Kyle Mears will be racing in the 24 Hours of Moab with the Cannondale sponsored team. The event takes place this October, the 13-14th. As many of you may remember, last year Mother Nature threw a wrench into the works with some inclement weather. This year, however, she has personally promised us perfect riding temps and optimal conditions.

The event can always use more participants, more volunteers, and more cheering fans. For more information, visit Granny Gear Productions. Hope to see you at the race!

Friday, August 24, 2007

Must-Ride Trail: Porcupine Rim

Porcupine Rim is the quintessential Moab mountain bike trail: rocks, drops and spectacular views. If the 4-mile climb at the start doesn't take your breath away, the view of Castle Valley at the lookout certainly will. And Porcupine Rim's technical downhill singletrack is legendary.

This guy knows the real deal:
"I would recommend Kyle of Acme shuttle to get you up there, decent hard working, self employed kind of guy that loves what he does."

Thanks! Acme Shuttle tries hard to make your trip enjoyable. We'll get you, your bike, and your friends to the trailhead and ready to rock.

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Thursday, August 23, 2007

Rally on the Web!

If you've ever ridden with Acme Shuttle, you've seen Rally, the Jack Russel terrier who's definitely one of a kind. A happy Acme Shuttle customer snapped this photo of Rally attacking the windshield wipers on the way to Porcupine Rim.

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Wednesday, August 22, 2007

Acme Shuttle In The Press

"Moab is full of amazing people... Kyle who runs Acme Shuttle with his dog Rally."

July's issue of bike was all about Moab, and they gave Acme Shuttle a mention! Thanks bike! See you on the trails...

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Tuesday, August 21, 2007

Welcome to the Acme Bike Shuttle Blog

We're busy getting our new web site ( up and running, as well as gearing up for the fall riding season. Autumn's the best time of year to ride in Moab, so if you're planning a trip down, we'll be happy to get you to the trailheads.