Downtown Bicycle RENTAL, Sales and Repair

November/Winter Hours: Open: 10 am - Close: 6 pm. Open Every Day

Downtown Bicycle Rental

Open Every Day.  Current Winter Hours: 11 am - 6 pm.

333 W. 4th Avenue, Anchorage, AK 99501

4th Avenue between C & D.

Walk-ins welcome. 

Text 907-250-1170 to reserve within the next 6 days.

Click here to reserve a fat bike by email one week out.

Studded Tire FAT or PLUS Bike:

1 to 3 hours - $25.

Rent/Return Same Day:
Weekday - $35.
Sat/Sun - $45.

24 hours:
Weekday - $45.
Sat/Sun - $55.

Week: $175.

Winter Rental Bike

We have 12 studded tire fat bikes; 4 studded tire electric fat bikes; 9 studded Plus bikes, 3 studded tire electric plus bikes; 2 studded tire electric mountain bikes.


1 to 3 hours - $45

Rent/Return Same Day
Weekday - $55.
Sat/Sun - $65.

24 hours
Weekday - $65.
Sat/Sun - $75.

Week - $275.

Downtown Bicycle Rental, Sales and Repair Store
Main store with sidewalk access.  One of three rooms filled with more than 150 bikes of all types.  Walk-ins welcome.  FAQ 1 - 5 explains how to reserve and when it is cheaper to bring your own bike to Alaska. 


Downtown Bicycle Rental, Sales and Repair Sticker
Downtown Bicycle Rental Location

Our location from atop giant 5th Avenue parking garage.  First hour free, $1.25 per hour thereafter. FAQ 10 explains other parking options including where to park for free.

Second of three rooms filled with all kinds of bikes including road & electric bikes.


First of three rooms filled with bikes including fat and plus bikes.

Third of three rooms including tandems, kids bikes, tag-alongs and trailers.

   "Middle Earth" trail  - Kincaid Park 


"Toilet bowl" trail - Kincaid Park

"Jeff's Woop Woop" trail - Hillside.









October 25 - February 28
11 am - 6 pm however arrangements can be made to rent prior to 11 and return later than 6.  Text 907-250-1170 to arrange earlier time.

For current trail conditions, click here for Anchorage Fat Bike Facebook Page.

In February, as days get longer, so do store hours.  Check back here in February for updates.


March 1 - April 30
10 a.m - 8 p.m.


May 1 - August 31.
Open 8 a.m. Close 10 p.m.


September 6 - October 24
9 am - 9 pm

High Speed Guy after returning from mountain biking in Kincaid Park. 

Summer Rental Bike Prices

8-Speed Hybrids (shifter on right hand): First 3 hours - $20.  Additional hours: $4, $3, $2, $1 . . . 24 hours - $34.
Note: It takes 2.5 hours to bike the Coastal Trail round-trip.  See FAQ 3.

24-Speed Hybrids,  (shifters on both hands)
First 3 hours - $22. Additional hours: $4, $3, $2, $1 . . .
24 hours - $36.  

If you know how to shift gears with both hands it's the best extra $2 you ever spent.  If you don't, it's the worst extra $2 ever spent.

Electric Bikes start at $42 for 3 hours.

Multi-Day and Weekly Rates:

$2 off each extra day.  For example, $34, $32, $30, $28  . . .  Week - $150.

Multi-day/Weekly renters can swap out one type of bike for another.  See FAQ 8.

Multi day and weekly bikers have options other than renting.  FAQ 2 explains the variables and options that can save you money.

Mountain BikesRoad BikesTandemsKids BikesKid Tag-Alongs and Cargo Trailers.

There is no sales tax in Anchorage.

Testimonial from our guest book

Free Accessories

Free lock, helmet, map, panniers, frame bags, repair kit.
Also free bear spray for multi-day renters and mountain bikers using hillside trails.

Car Bike Rack - $5 day if you're renting a bike from us.  $10 per day for your own bikes.
We have both hitch and strap on bike racks for rent.

Clip-in Pedals (spd) and shoes $4 first day, free thereafter.  See FAQ 9.

Click Here for Fat & Plus Bike Winter Rates.

Bike trail in Anchorage

Inbound Coastal Trail rider near Earthquake Park.


We will have many bikes for you to choose from when you get here.  Selecting a bike is a collaboration.  We ask questions to narrow the choices then suggest a bike which you test.  Sometimes people test two or three.  

After you decide which bike to rent, verify it shifts and brakes properly and that it is safe. 

Next we provide a map and direction sheet and explain where to go (usually coastal trail), how to get there and what to expect.

No guide is needed to bike the coastal trail.  Keep the ocean on your right on the way out, and on your left on the way back.

Some people decide to bike back on the Alternate Return Route.  If you choose it, dovetail the detailed direction sheet with a highlighted map.


Evening is a great time to ride

Outbound Coastal Trail rider.