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See Las Vegas by Bicycle


Bike rentals for Red Rock Loop

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Experience a side of Las Vegas not seen by many tourists - its beautiful national parks, lakes, and mountains. One of the area's most popular rides - the Red Rock Loop - can be done riding directly from the shop.


New road rental fleet is finally here!  We now rent the Argon 18 Krypton CS disc.  These are full carbon bikes that come equipped with SRAM Rival components. The bikes rent for $65 for a 24-hour period.

Argon 18 road bike rental.


If a true road bike is not your cup of tea, but you would still like to experience the natural beauty surrounding Las Vegas, a hybrid bike might be just what you need. Our hybrids rent for only $45 per day plus tax.  Our hybrid fleet is made up of Felt Versa bikes - please note that, if you need an extra small, step-through bike, we have those.  The photo of the step-throughs won't be pictured on Peek, so just click on the extra small knowing that you will get the step-through.


Pro Cyclery no longer rents mountain bikes.


When you rent a bike from Pro Cyclery you get an emergency bag w/inner tube, tire levers, Co2 and Co2 inflator for your use if needed.  Each bike is inspected by one of our mechanics before every rental.  We supply pedals ranging from SPD-SL, SPD, Speedplay, Look Keo or platform pedals.  Hybrid bikes will come with flat pedals. You may choose to supply your own pedals which we will change out for you.  You can bring your own helmet, or we will supply one for you at no extra charge. Each bike has two water bottle cages, and you will need to bring your own water bottles or purchase Pro Cyclery bottles and go home with a souvenir.

We will supply you with a map showing all road trails. Our staff is made up of cyclists who ride both road and mountain and will help you choose the best ride.


Please click on the Book Now button above to reserve your bike(s).  The rental site will walk you through the process.