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Bike and Discover Oro Valley! Bicycle Rental Pickup/Return

 

America’s safest cycling city is Arizona’s best road, mountain, gravel biking destination!

Oro Valley offers unlimited wide bike lanes and scenic beauty

When looking to start your Tucson biking vacation, road cyclists and mountain bikers overwhelmingly choose Oro Valley, Arizona as their Tucson vacation headquarters. Cyclists and casual bikers love our wide open roads and spacious bike lanes. Oro Valley has nearly 80 miles of bike lanes and paths in ADDTION to the 130 miles CAR-FREE Oro Valley/Tucson Loop Bike Path. As one of Americas safest cities, picturesque Oro Valley is the top retirement destination for road, mountain, gravel and casual cyclists!

 

Oro Valley Bicycle Rentals is the official bike rental for hire shop servicing Marana, Dove Mountain and Tucson. Pickup your bikes as early as 6 AM or the night before by appointment at our Oro Valley bicycle rental location. Enjoy your Tucson and Southern Arizona cycling vacation hassle free! All rentals include saddle repair kit, free maps ($20 value) flat protected tires (tubeless tires for gravel and mountain bike rentals). Return your bikes as late as 10pm! We rent high end Specialized Trek, Giant, KHS and Cannondale road, mountain, gravel and hybrid/city/comfort road bikes with FREE pickup and delivery to the Oro Valley/Tucson Loop Bike Path as well as HoneyBee Canyon (for mountain bike rentals).

Oro Valley/Tucson Loop – 135 Miles Bike Paths Starts in Oro Valley!

 

Hybrid Bike Pickup/Delivery at the Oro Valley/Tucson Loop Bike Path

The Tucson Loop Bicycle Path starts in Oro Valley, offering 130 miles of car free biking!

Bicycle the spacious, clean, CAR-FREE 130 mile Tucson/Oro Valley Loop Bike Path amidst the scenic Catalina mountains. We pickup/deliver high-end, geared NO FLAT Trek, Specialized, Giant, and Marin fitness hybrid bikes as well as upright comfort bikes. We even cater to cyclists who are “structurally challenged”. Call us and we will get you going! Two hour rentals are just $49 or bike all day for $59. We even offer extra comfy seats! All bikes come with flat protected tires.

Daily HoneyBee Canyon Mountain Bike Pickup/Delivery Just $65 to $95 Per Bike

Looking to do some mountain biking at your favorite Oro Valley or Tucson mountain area bike trail? We deliver mountain bikes daily – as early as 6am – to the HoneyBee Canyon trailhead. We pick up and deliver to Arizona’s most scenic and popular trail. Don’t mess with damaging your rental car! We rent high end Trek and Specialized FAST front shock mountain TUBELESS/NO FLAT bikes and full suspension mountain bikes for just $95. Or go with a solid entry level Giant Talon for just $65. Pickup and delivery is included. HoneyBee Canyon is an Arizona “must do” trail!

Just show up we provide top of the line Specialized and Trek TUBELESS tire bikes with pedals of your choice!

“We were looking for something adventurous and wow! We found it. We did both road biking and a mountain bike tour and my family loved it.”

John Grosh, Denver Colorado

“I took several of my staffers on a fantastic mountain bike experience near the Mexican border. The guides are real pros!”

Doctor James Lunney, Ottawa Canada‏

El Tour de Tucson Bike Rentals
Return your bike at the finish line!
FREE Delivery to Oro Valley/Downtown Hotels!

 

Rent top of the line Specialized/Trek carbon road bikes for the three day weekend for $225.
Aluminum/Carbon fork bikes $195 or Trek fitness hybrid bikes for $149.
Our road bike rentals are geared for elevation!30 percent down reserves! 19 bikes left.

Carbon Road Bikes

Ultegra/105 Shimano Performance!

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Climb to the top of Mount Lemmon or cycle the Tucson Loop on one of our high end, carbon Specialized Roubaix SL 4, Trek or Cannondale bikes. All bikes come with flat resistant Gatorskin tires. We also have women’s specific design (WSD) rental bikes!

Economy Road Bikes

Rental Road Bikes

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We have a fantastic fleet of Specialized Allex and KHS aluminum road bikes with carbon forks. Discover Tucson and go cycling on our well-maintained fleet of rental road bikes. We also carry economy women’s specific rental bikes! Daily rentals just $69, $225 per week, $295 per month!

 

 

No FLAT Comfort/Fitness

Hybrid Rental Bikes

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Cruise the Oro Valley/Tucson Loop bike path, feel the sun at you back on hundreds of miles of clean/wide shouldered roads. Bike Tucson without a care on our fantastic NO FLAT, self sealing hybrid rental bikes!

 

 

Mountain Bike Rentals

Full Suspension/Hardtail/Tubeless

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As Tucson’s top hardtail and full suspension mountain bike rental dealer, we offer brand new, NO FLAT, TUBELESS, Specialized Stumpjumper full suspension and Trek Procaliber front shock mountain bikes. These mountain bikes are fast, light, stiff and agile! Free pickup/del to HoneyBee Canyon Trailhead!

Economy Giant Rentals

Tubeless Mountain Bikes

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Need a great bike to tackle scenic HoneyBee Canyon? We offer solid, sturdy NO FLAT, TUBELESS, Giant Talon mountain bikes. These are fantastic rental mountain bikes. Daily rentals just $75, $225 per week, $295 per month.

Womens/Tiny/Kids

Road Bike Rentals

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Chicks rule! We carry women’s specific designed (WSD) rental road bikes sizes 45cm and up! We are Tucson’s leader in WSD and kids rental road bikes.

Open Road/Gravel/Cyclocross Rental Bikes!

From pavement to gravel, adventure bike Southern Arizona and Oro Valley’s breathtaking, scenic dirt roads including the backside of Mount Lemmon. We are Tucson’s ONLY gravel, open road bicycle rental shop!

Mountain Bike The Oro Valley/

 

North Tucson Sensational Three!

Fast Mountain Biking
24 hour Old Pueblo Course

Fast Mountain Biking

Mountain bike the famous Epic Rides 24 Hours in the Old Pueblo race course just north of Oro Valley. Fun, challenging, beautiful and plenty rigorous. Grab a hardtail mountain bike and let loose!

Most Scenic Trail Ride
Historic HoneyBee Canyon

Most Scenic Trail Ride

Arizona’s most popular, scenic and historic trail comes alive on hard tail mountain bike! Discover Saguaro cactus, ancient petroglyphs, Indian ruins and Tucson’s fast, curvy fun, perfectly manicured trail loop.

Scenic, Challenging
Arizona 50 year trail

Arizona 50 year trail

Ready for a fun technical; challenge? Mountain bike with the Catalina Mountains in the background with some technically challenging single track trail. Just north of Oro Valley, this ranks as one of Arizona’s most scenic trails.

Bike Arizona! Tucson Best Road Biking Rides

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Best Cycling in Tucson – Road Biking The Loop River Bike Path

The Rillito River bike path also know as “The Loop” is a great ride along the river beds of Tucson. This bike path offers the leisure cyclist some of the best cycling in Tucson.

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Arizona’s Most Scenic Road Bike Rides

The ride is up and down, down and up with great thrills to be had in between. Accidents happen here as many cyclists fail to control their speeds.

Cycling Saguaro National Park – 9.5 Mile Loop Ride
Road Biking Lemmon – Major Climb – 26 Miles Up
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Great Arizona Climbing Rides
From Mount Lemmon to Madera, Tucson is Best

And there are few places in the world that offer more varied and challenging mountain climbs than Tucson.

Tucson Road Biking Climbs: Mount Graham
Biking Green Valley: A Southern Arizona Gem
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Arizona’s Best Road Climbing Rides

Road biking in the Tucson/Oro Valley/Southern, Arizona is great. Be prepared. Tucson is well-known for goat heads, a form of cactus that causes many flats.

Mount Lemmon
Mount Graham (Safford – 60 mins away)
Madera Canyon (Green Valley)

Oro Valley/Tucson Loop Interactive Map  “At a Glance”