Downtown Bicycle Rental, Sales and Repair

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Downtown Bicycle Rental, Sales and Repair Store

4th Avenue between C & D - 333 W 4th Avenue

Alaska Essential Services and Critical Workforce Infrastructure Order issued March 27, 2020 states certain businesses are essential to "infrastructure . . . public health and safety, as well as community well-being" and they have a "special responsibility in these times to continue operations."

As in other states "Bicycle-repair and related facilities" can operate. (See section II b vi 5 of the Alaska Order.) To verify our changing hours or reserve a rental fat bike, call or text 907-250-1170. Only one person allowed inside the store at a time. Business will be conducted primarily outside on the sidewalk.

Downtown Bicycle Rental Location

Our location from atop car park




Fuji Dealer

Car bike racks rent for $5 per day.

45 North Cobrafist Pogie - $5 first day, $1 per day thereafter.

Studded Tire FAT and PLUS Bike Winter Rental Rates:

Rent and return on same day - $25.

24 hours - $35.

48 hours - $60,

3 to 7 days - $25 per day; $175 per week. After one week $15 per day.

Studded E Mtn Bike - $50, $75
(Day/24 hrs.)
Studded E Plus Bike - $75, $100.

Rental rates include free lock, helmet, lights, map, panniers, repair kit, directions, suggestions. There is no sales tax in Anchorage.



Winter riders should text 907-250-1170 to check on Fat & Plus bike availability and to reserve. No deposit required.

In winter there are many places to ride but the Coastal Trail and Kincaid Park are the easiest to access and most popular.  Wherever you go, we will explain how to get there and what to expect.

Click here for winter trail conditions.

Summer riders do not need a reservation.  See FAQ 1.

Spencer Glacier - Article and map.
summer rates

summer rates:

Single Chain Ring Bike (6 -10 speed):
Up to 3 hours - $16.
24 hours - $32.

Double/Triple Chain Ring Hybrid, Bikes,  (16- 27 speed)
Up to 3 hours $18.
24 hours - $32.

Mountain bikes, tandems, and road bikes rent for about $25 for 3 hours.
24 hours - $40.  Click on links to preview choices and specific rates.

E-Bikes - Up to 3 hours - $30, $5 for each extra hour
24 hours - $60 (charger included).

Click on "RENTAL BIKES" for photos, specs, and rates for different types of bikes.


$2 off second bike for first 24-hour period then $2 cascading discount per bike per day until weekly rental rate is reached. In other words, a second bike for the first 24-hour period would be $30. For the second 24-hour period the first bike would be $28 and the second bike $26. For some of our higher-priced bikes the daily/subsequent day discount is $5 per bike/day. (Itemized on their page under "Rental Bikes" in menu above.)


One bike for one week - $150. Second week - $125. Additional week(s) - $100. If renting two bikes for one week rate is $150 + $125. A third bike is $100.



Rates include free lock, helmet, map, panniers, repair kit. Repair kit contains pump, tube, tire irons, patches, master link, chain breaker, Allen wrenches or an all purpose tool.


Clip-in pedals (spd) and shoes - $4.

Car bike rack - $5 day. We have three Saris Bones strap-on racks. They hold up to 3 bikes. We have three hitch-mount bike racks. One holds 2 bikes. One holds 3 bikes. One holds four bikes.

There is no sales tax in Anchorage.

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November 4 - April 10
10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.

Rentals and returns outside of these hours available upon request.
Text 907-250-1170


April 11 - 30
9:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.


May 1  - September 7
Open 8 a.m. Close 10 p.m.

Open Every Day Including Holidays



September 8 - November 1
Open 8:30 a.m. Close 8:30 p.m.
Check here for updates as daylight decreases.

High Speed Guy after returning from Kincaid Park

"If you don't spend at least a couple of hours on a bicycle during a stop in Anchorage, you're missing out on what could be the highlight of your vacation." - 2008 Anchorage Daily News Visitor's Guide.



There are four paved greenbelt trails that ring the city. The 11-mile Tony Knowles Coastal Trail is the best.

Together with the Chester Creek Trail, the meandering Campbell Creek Trail and the new Ship Creek Trail, they create a bike beltway.
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At the southern end of the Coastal Trail is Kincaid Park and 25 miles of singletrack mountain bike trails.  Click here for a map.  Click here for a video. 

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