2013 Rental Program

Bicylcle Rental Rates

Bicycle Rental Rates

The Great Bicycle Shop has a selection of rental bicycles available from both locations: 1909 Thomasville Road (850.224.7461) and 3624 Woodville Highway (850.402.0545).

Standard rentals include all hybrids and 26″ hardtail mountain bikes:

Giant Sedona (S, M, L, XL; Thomasville Rd. location only)
Giant Sedona W (XS, S, M; Thomasville Rd. location only)
Giant Cypress (S, M, L, XL; Woodville Hwy. location only)
Giant Cypress W (S, M; Woodville Hwy. location only)
Giant Revel 3 (S, M, L, XL; both locations)
Giant Revel 3 W (XS, S, M; both locations)

Premium rentals include road bikes and hardtail 29er mountain bikes:

Giant Defy 5 (S, M, L, XL; both locations)
Giant Avail 5 (XS, S; both locations)
Giant Talon 29er 1 (M, L, XL; both locations)

Additionally we have two full suspension Giant Anthem X 29er 4 (M & L) available as rental/demo bikes for $75/day.

Also available: a Thule roof box, Thule bike racks, child trailers and trail-a-bikes.

Most people rent for either a half or full day. For longer than 3 day rentals, call to discuss rates/availability. Reservations are a good idea, especially in nice weather. Call to let us know what type of bike you’re interested in, the date, and your height. If you’re not sure what you need, we’re happy to help you figure it out. Helmets are available for $5/day (free with bike rentals to under 16 years). The Woodville Hwy. location has more options for riding from the shop without having to worry about transporting the bikes, specifically Munson Hills and the St. Mark’s Trail.

Tallahassee has miles of great cycling that should interest any rider. Capital City Cyclists have a lot of great info and maps on their site for dirt and road rides. Casual riders and families will enjoy the St. Mark’s Trail, St. Mark’s Wildlife Refuge, Phipps/Overstreet/Maclay Garden State Park, as well as parts of Tom Brown Park. Of course, you can always ask if you have any questions about routes.

About Josh Bolick

Josh Bolick works at Florida State University Libraries in the Office of Scholarly Communication.
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