Self-Guided Hybrid Bike Tour & Rental in San Francisco
Explore San Francisco on a hybrid bike that makes your self-guided tour easy and comfortable. Cross the Golden Gate Bridge, bike to Crissy Field and cruise the city streets on a full-day adventure.
What You Will Do
- Visit the sights in San Francisco that you want to see, including the Golden Gate Bridge, Fisherman's Wharf, Union Square, Coit Tower, and more
- Explore the city on a hybrid bike rental that'll make even the steepest hills a breeze
- Enjoy a custom fit bike for the best possible riding experience
- Receive complimentary cold beverages to bring with you on your ride
- Get free bike delivery and pickup from any location
- Hybrid bike rental
- Helmet, maps, and safety gear
- Free cold beverages
- 148 Ratings
We upgrades for 2 electric bikes for only 15 dollars extra. These bikes wereld perfect for climbing the hilly streets of SF.
Good quality bikes, nice and supportive staff.
Great bikes and great service.
Great service. Nice people. Good bikes. But the address on one of the emails was wrong.
The bikes were good bikes, the staff very friendly, they had the bikes ready by the time we came. The bikes were in good conditions (little problems with the gearings, but ok) and easy to ride.
Total service! We were headed to Angel Island for a day of biking and we were given a spare tube, pump, and tire removing tool because if there was an issue they wouldn't be able to get to us easily. We had a mishap on the way to the ferry building and these guys came to us, loaded up our bikes, and dropped us off at home, making sure we were all OK and that we should contact them if our injuries were major (they weren't - sore ribs and life lessons). Top notch, totally caring, all pro. I have rented from three different places and this had the most personalized service.
- David L
Golden Gate Rides is the right place to rent bikes online. My wife and I rented bikes for two days. The bikes were high quality Cannondale hybrids – very lightweight, lots of functional gears, tight, and the brakes work well (essential for San Francisco). We kept the bikes in our bread and breakfast room. It was a great way to get around the city and explore the surrounding area. The bike shop is small enough for a personal touch. In case a website indicates otherwise, they recently moved to 609 O'Farrell.