Bike Rentals

Bike Rental in Downtown Boise

We rent bikes!

To reserve a bike, please just email or contact the main number 208-761-6798 and we can arrange a check out with the housekeepers. Our bikes have baskets and racks for adventuring around Boise. We also have travel locks to use, and flashing rear light as well as helmets for our guests.

The cost is $10 / bike for a 24 hour period, which generally starts at 3pm. Bikes need to be locked at night with a kryptonite master lock for security. Bikes lost, stolen or a misused lock will result in a reasonable replacement fee.

  • Bicycle Rental Checkout is between 11am – 3pm with our guest services staff.
  • Bike rental is for a 24 hour period.
  • We have both ladies and men’s cruisers.
  • Picnic Baskets & Coolers AVAILABLE at no extra charge
  • Mountain Bikes, Children’s Bikes & Trailers are available for rent at Idaho Mountain Touring 208-336-3854

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Local Bicycle Destinations

The Boise River Greenbelt Miles of paved trails next to the river, running from Lucky Peak to Eagle. you can really get almost anywhere from the Greenbelt.


Boise Art Museum In Julia Davis Park, our art museum features traveling exhibitions as well as an extensive permanent collection.

BoDo This section of downtown has a large variety of wine and drinking establishments, shopping and restaurants.

Ann Morrison Park A beautiful park that sits next to the Boise River, complete with a full frisbee golf course and many other things to do.

Capital City Farmer's Market Open every Saturday morning from 9:30am - 1:30pm, April - December. Its a great place to check out local farming, artisan foods and crafts.


Hyde Park A close ride for the BGH, Hyde Park features several great restaurants shopping and lots of historic charm.

Camelsback Park This park has miles of off road trails nestled in the foothills, as well as a great place to spend time with friends and family.

East End

Idaho Botanical Gardens Refer to The Boise Weekly to see the Concert Series that runs every summer. If you're not able to catch a show, still a beautiful place to roam.