Bike Rentals

On-road or off, around the city or in the mountains, we’ve got what you need for a great ride!

We offer a variety of bike rentals that are perfectly suited for visitors looking sample Utah’s excellent biking as well as for locals looking to try the sport out. Our mountain bikes are well suited the to variety of terrain we have in the Salt Lake and Wasatch mountain area. Our road bikes are great for a casual spin or a heart pumping grind up one of our mountain canyons. We also have hybrid bikes which are perfect for rec paths and getting around the city in a more relaxed riding position.

Bike rentals are priced per calendar day. If you are starting early or finishing late, we can often accommodate a pickup the evening before and/or a return the morning after. We accept walk-ins, but recommend making a reservation in advance by phone at 801-322-4220 or email at

$65 per day

Full Suspension Mountain Bike

The Norco Fluid C3 is a versatile trail bike with 29 inch wheels, 130mm of rear travel and 140mm front travel. Cruise the smooth flowy single track of the Wasatch or tackle the rocky technical trails of Moab. This bike is a blast on just about anything!

$40 per day

Aluminum Road Bike

This is a classic aluminum road bike that is good for a casual spin, long tour, or climb up one of our beautiful canyons.

$40 per day

Hybrid Bike

These bikes are best suited for pavement such as city streets or rec paths. They can also handle smooth gravel roads and paths. These bikes are a perfect option for a more casual pedaling experience.

Add on rentals:

Bike rack/truck pad: $10/day
Helmet: $5 per day

If you want to use specific shoes/cleats we recommend bringing your own pedals and we can install them for you.

Let's get you riding! Call today to reserve your bike rental.

Riding options:

There are far too many good riding options to list here but the following are a handful of popular rides to get you started.


– Jordan River Parkway: This is a casual rec path that runs north/south for many miles through the Salt Lake valley. You can ride to it from our store.

– Pedal around Salt Lake City: Tour the city starting in our parking or from your hotel. Some streets have better bike lanes than others so we recommend choosing streets you are comfortable on. The city’s grid system is generally pretty easy to navigate.

– Canyon rides: City Creek, Emigration Canyon, Millcreek, Big Cottonwood, and Little Cottonwood are all popular with cyclists looking to get some climbing in. The order listed roughly corresponds to difficulty from easiest to hardest. For the most part these are good options for road cyclists with at least moderate experience and fitness.


– Bonneville Shoreline Trail/Bobsled: The Shoreline trail (BST) traverses the Salt Lake City foothills. It can be accessed from a few different spots. It is popular to access the Bobsled trail from the BST for a fun swooping downhill with optional jumps. It is possible to ride to the BST from our store by pedaling on the street for about 3 miles and 1,000 feet of climbing. If you don’t bike a lot, or do most of your biking in flatter locations, it is probably best to drive to the trail and save your energy for the singletrack.

– Park City: Park City is a mountain bike mecca with hundreds of miles of trails to suit just about everyone. Deer Valley and Park City resorts both offer lift assisted mountain biking options. The riding season in Park City usually goes from mid-May through October but varies year to year based on snow and weather.

– Wasatch Crest: This is a must-do high elevation trail for experienced mountain bikers. There are several route options to incorporate the crest, but the classic option is to take a commercial shuttle to the top and finish by descending to the Salt Lake Valley via Millcreek Canyon (available on even numbered dates only) or to Park City. Typically rideable sometime in June – October, but varies year to year based on snow and weather.

– We recommend using apps like Trail Forks or MTB Project to research and reference during your ride. Both apps have trail descriptions, photos, and help you navigate with GPS on your phone.