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Visiting Providence? The best way to experience all of what our city has to offer is with two wheels beneath you. No long-term commitments are required; from hourly to monthly rentals, we can get you on a fun and reliable bike for just as long as you need. We even offer special rates on loaners if your bike is being serviced. Life doesn’t stop because your bike is in the shop! All rentals and loaners come with a helmet and lock.

Rental Rates:

  • Hybrid Hourly Rental is $12.00 per hour; Road Bike $18
  • Hybrid Same Daily Rental (due back on the same day by shop closing hours; 7pm weekdays, Sundays 5pm) is $35.00; Road Bike $55.
  • Hybrid Additional day(s) (due back to the shop closing hours) on scheduled return day is additional $15.00; Road Bike $25
  • Visiting longer, our Hybird weekly rate (7 days) is $110.00; Road bike $180

Providence is a very bike-friendly city, riding is the perfect way to tour navigate. Rhode Island has become a leader in providing public bike paths. With a 100-mile network of both on- and off-road paths, two starting right in the city, access couldn’t be easier. Follow the links below for downloadable maps and more up-to-date information.

East Bay Bike Path
14.5mi between India Point Park in Providence and Independence Park in Bristol.

Ten Mile River Greenway
2mi between Ferris Ave. in East Providence and Armistice Blvd. in Pawtucket.

Heading outside Providence? Check out these additional paved paths throughout the state:

Blackstone River Bikeway
11.6mi between Valley Falls Heritage Park in Cumberland and River’s Edge Park in Woonsocket.

Woonasquatucket River Bikeway
5.1mi between Providence Place Mall in downtown Providence and Lyman Ave. in Johnston.

Quonset Bike Path
2.5mi between Post Road (Rte. 1) and the Calf Pasture Point nature area in North Kingstown.

South County Bike Path
7.8mi between the Kingston Railroad Station and Mumford Rd. in Narragansett.

Warren Bike Path
1mi between the Kickemuit River and Long Ln. in Warren.

Washington Secondary Bike Path
14.2mi between Garfield St. in Cranston and Town Farm Rd in Coventry.

There are even more off-road trails to be discovered in nature centers and parks, so choose your destination and keep on pushing.