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Bike Rental in the Mt. Kisco Area

Need a bike rental in the Mt. Kisco area for a weekend jaunt? Maybe you’d just like to try another bike model than you normally ride. Or maybe you’re visiting the area and didn’t want the hassle of carrying a bike case around with you.

We rent road and hybrid bikes, helmets, travel cases, and car racks. If you are considering renting one of our road or hybrid bikes, it is always a good idea to call ahead (914.666.4044) or use our Contact Us Form  to reserve a bike, as they are very popular. If you like the bike model you rented, you can even apply half your bike rental fees to the purchase of the bike or any other bike you might like.


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  • Trek Verve 3

  • Sit upright on a super cushioned saddle. Suspension seatpost, trigger shifting, 27 gears (with gear display) to climb even the steepest of hills, and super strong brakes. Total cruisin' comfort with a wide, cushy tire, and great for fitness rides.

    Available in 15", 17", 20", 22.5", and Ladies frame styles.

    $50.00/day, $80.00/3 days, $160.00/week

    CPSC certified helmets, bottle cage, and flat pedals are included with the cost of the rental.

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  • Felt Z5 Road Bicycles:

    Full carbon frame and fork, new Shimano 105 11 speed component package, carbon seatpost, the proven Felt comfort geometry and a smooth ride!

    Available in 51cm, 54cm, 56cm, 58cm, 61cm, and a women's 45 cm.

    $75.00/day, $125.00/ 3 days, $250.00/week

    CPSC certified helmets, everything needed to change a flat, a torque wrench to adjust seat height,  bottle cage, and pedals of your choice are included with the cost of the rental.




Click here to view pedal options for your rental.

For additional details about bike rental from our bike shop in Mt. Kisco, or to reserve a bike, please call the cycle shop at 914.666.4044 or click here.

Bicycle rental charges are not refundable due to weather. We do not rent mountain bikes or rent to riders under 18 year of age.


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