Plan Your Next Cycling Adventure
Interested in trying out a new style of riding before buying? Visiting our wonderful city and want to explore our beautiful terrain on two wheels? You're in luck! We have an excellent selection of high-quality, well-maintained bicycles ready for you to rent.
We offer E-Bikes, Fat Bikes, Mountain Bikes, Cruisers, Kid's Bikes, trailers, car racks, and more! All of our rentals include a helmet, a lock, and the best insider information on local riding spots that you'll find anywhere. We also have all of the gear that you may need for a fantastic ride, including nutrition and hydration solutions.
First-Come-First-Serve Spit Bike Share
What are “SPIT BIKES” you ask? Well, they’re a convenient way to check out the Homer Spit by bike. Operating 24/7 from May through September, our “SPIT BIKES” are an app based self-service system with 3 locations and plenty of nearby parking. You’ll find them at “Mariner Park”, the “Fishing Hole”, and at the “End of the Road Park”. These bikes are first-come-first served and are perfect for cruising around the boat harbor and boardwalks. Take a ride to the base of the Homer Spit along the bike path and stop by our two breweries. Download the MOVATIC APP and you’re ready to ride.
Reserving Your Bike
While we do accept walk-ins, we strongly encourage you to book ahead of time if it's a "must do" activity for you during your visit.
In the off-season (mid-August through mid-May, please call ahead FOR SUNDAY AND MONDAY RENTALS, 907.226.2925
DOUBLE CHECK YOU’RE LOOKING AT THE RIGHT TIDES FOR THE DAY AND THE AREA!!!
We recommend timing your ride to start between 2 hours after high tide and 2 hours before low tide to maximize your ride time.
Any tide higher than 18 feet you run the risk of getting cut off.
Any tide higher than 20 feet and you'll be knee deep in water against the bluff face. Aim to be off the beach 2 hours before these highs.
A 15 foot high tide is safe, you may end up hiking your bike, but you won't get stranded or wet.
There are some small creek crossings along the way. Your feet may get wet. Be prepared. Bring layers, food, water, etc.