We are the only bike rental shop in Arizona to provide full size ranges (49 – 61cm) of road bikes in 3 performance levels. Our comprehensive bike inventory can accommodate casual riders, serious roadies and even triathletes.
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Included in every bike rental
- Flat repair kit
- Pedals: flat or clipless upon request
- Bike lock upon request
- Clean, used water bottles
Standard Road Bike
- 4 Hours – $50
- 24 Hours – $65
- 2 Day/3 Day – $100/$135
- Each Day after 3 – $25 per day
SPECIALIZED ALLEZ ELITE
Performance Road Bikes
- 4 Hours – $70
- 24 Hours – $80
- 2 Day/3 Day – $140/$190
- Each Day after 3 – $35 per day
Trek Domane SL5
Specialized Tarmac Sport
High Performance Road Bikes
- 4 Hours – $95
- 24 Hours – $115
- 2 Day/3 Day – $190/$265
- Each Day after 3 – $50 per day
Trek Emonda SL7
Looking for something else?
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Plan your Ride
Our bike rental store is conveniently located in North Scottsdale, Arizona near Frank Lloyd Wright blvd and the 101 freeway. Restaurants, coffee houses and shopping are close by for your convenient pre- or post-ride recharging. Here on the edge of the city and the desert, there are a multitude of bike routes perfect for every level of rider starting right at the doors of our bike rental shop.
Take a look at our maps database to build your ride. Including road cycling routes, mountain bike trails, and paved bike paths. Explore our Ride Planning Center
Tips for Road Cycling in Phoenix
Ride Accessories and Rental Services
Have the perfect ride from start to finish. Let us know your basic fit requirements, choose from our pedal options, and talk with our experienced staff to get all the local tips to take your ride to the next level. Find out more
Where Should I Ride?
We’ll help you make the most of your riding with a variety of navigational tools, aids, and advice. Download the free app Ride with GPS to your phone and we’ll lend you a mount for your handlebar so you can receive turn-by-turn directions on your ride.
If you have your own Garmin, you can download our GPX routes. We are also happy to provide you with free maps with cue notes, and we’ll also share our favorite local coffee, lunch, and post-ride tips to get a real appreciation for cycling in the southwest.