We have a full and diverse fleet of rental bikes to accommodate most types of riding and fit most any rider both big and small. Whether you are looking to rack up some miles on the road, get lost in glorious single track in the mountains, or just cruise the city, we have a bike for you.
Our current rental fleet:
Road Bikes – There is some great road riding in and around Portland. If you are like most roadies, being away from your road bike can be tough, but we’ve got you covered. Our road rental fleet consists of 2011 Kona Zing Deluxe aluminum bikes equipped with Shimano 105 ten speed components and compact cranksets. The bikes are a great alternative to dealing with the hassle of bringing your own bike and work well for training, fitness, or competition. Just bring your shoes, pedals and helmet. (If you can’t bring pedals or helmet, call or e-mail and we can work something out.)
Mountain Bikes – To round out the mountain side of our rental fleet, we have 2012 Kona Big Kahuna 29er hardtails. The bike is a XC machine in essence and can hold its own on practically any terrain, climbing nimbly, and maneuvering with confidence when pointed downhill. The Big Kahunas are set up with a 2×10-spd SRAM X9/X7 drivetrain, an Easton XC 29er wheelset, and a RockShox Reba RL fork with 100mm of travel. The big 29″ wheels are confidence inspiring, rolling over practically any and everything in their path. The Big Kahuna is an agile, light, and fast bike, perfect for a weekend out on the trails. Just bring your shoes, pedals and helmet. (If you can’t bring pedals or helmet, call or e-mail and we can work something out.)
Cyclocross Bikes - Whether you’re looking to get into racing, are a seasoned competitor from abroad seeking to experience the vibrant Portland cross scene, or are simply looking to ride some rougher roads around town – we have a range of cross bikes at your disposal. Our cyclocross fleet is comprised of 2010, 2011, and 2012 Kona Jakes – all setup with an unbeatably simple Shimano 10-spd single chainring setup. These bikes are a no frills, race-ready steed, designed to be ridden fast through all conditions. Simply bring your desired shoes, pedals, and helmet (if you can’t bring pedals or helmet, call or e-mail and we can work something out).
Urban/Cruiser Bikes – The 2011 Kona Dr. Good makes up the majority of our urban/hybrid/cruiser rental fleet. This do it all urban commuter is perfectly at home in the bike friendly environment that is Portland. Exploring the city’s many unique neighborhoods or cruising the Springwater Corridor bike path, the Dr. Good will afford you the comfort and efficiency needed to have fun on the bike. Simplicity governs the nature of these bikes with a Shimano 7-speed internally geared hub, front disc brake, and a swept back handle bar that keeps you upright and comfy.
Any Mountain – If you really like slummin’ it, there is always the Mud Puppy. Hey, I didn’t say it was nice. Did I mention it can handle Any Mountain?
Rates – Rental rates for each type of bike are outlined in the table below. A 1-day rental is the minimum amount of time a bike can be rented. We do not rent bikes by the hour. However, the other durations listed are by no means the only time frames that we will rent bikes. Basically, the longer you rent the bike, the better deal it becomes. We also like to consider ourselves flexible and reasonable people so whatever your circumstance may be, please call or email us and we will work something out. A small side note that is worth mentioning is that all rental fees can be applied toward the purchase of a new bike. So, if you love the bike you rented from us so much that you have to have it, it will be that much cheaper to take home.
Accessories – We are a full service shop and can equip any rental with the accessories needed to make you feel like you are on your own bike. Flat repair kits, pumps, water bottle cages and the likes are standard with all of our rentals and if you have a special request for any other items please do not hesitate to ask us. Basically we will provide all the gear needed for a great riding experience except clothing and shoes.
Reservations – To make a reservation for a bike we ask that you email or call us with your name, address, phone number, the dates you need the bike, the type of bike you want, and the size you want. If you are unsure of the right size for you, just let us know how tall you are and we can get you dialed in from there.
Contact Us – Despite our outward appearance, we are quite technologically gifted people. So please email us at email@example.com with any questions, comments, or general knowledge you think we need to know.
Please tell us the type of bike you need, your bike size (or your height), and what days and for how long you would like to rent. We rent bicycles by appointment, so please call us for size availability.