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We’ll get you there and bring you home!

9AM – 6PM weekends
10AM – 7PM Week days

Custom adventure planning for short and long rides over terrain that suits your style.  Custom adventures are available all week except for Saturday, and Sunday is reserved specifically for Custom Adventures.  Call us to set yours up.

Linked can provide sack lunch that comes with your choice of ham & swiss, turkey & provolone, roast beef & cheddar, veggie, tuna or chicken salad sandwich on your choice of honey whole wheat or harvest white. It comes with a bag of chips, a cookie and a can of coke, but we could substitute a bottle of water. The price is $9.95 from Great Harvest Bread Co.

Linked Adventures is your headquarters for mountain bike shuttles transportation, route planning, and full adventure planning for your group in the greater Butte and surrounding southwest Montana. Including the Continental Divide Trail and other stunning terrain.

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Important To Remember

Please arrive at the pick-up area with a map and a proper gear to look after your bike and your body. Once you leave the vehicle, you are responsible for your own well-being and safety. If you don’t know ask! We’re here to make sure you get the most out of your trip!


We’re happy to collaborate with community agencies that can assist with adaptive biking needs when requested 48 hrs advance. Please call LINKED ADVENTURES to discuss specific bike (Ex. hand cycle and recumbent bike options) and pricing.


Extreme situations warrant search & rescue. We will not leave anyone out on the trail. However, any charges that occur for a rescue will be your responsibility.

  • Transportation to and from Butte.
  • Drop-off and pick up at starting and ending points on the selected route.


Shuttle users & mountain bike renters while on CDT agree as part of the waiver will follow signage on trails & Continental Divide Trail Policy outlined by the USFS: “Bicycle use may be allowed on the CDNST (16 U.S.C. 1246(c)) if the use is consistent with the applicable land and resource management plan and will not substantially interfere with the nature and purposes of the CDNST.”