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Last modified on 22nd June 2023. Dubai Real Estate Blog
By Ward Mohammad
Exploring the streets of Dubai on two wheels is a great way to stay fit and save money. During the winter season, many people - locals and tourists alike - take to the city's cycling tracks. If you don't have a bike of your own, don't worry! Driven Properties has compiled a list of businesses that offer bike rental services in Dubai. So take advantage of this excellent opportunity and join in the fun!
Looking for a great place to rent a bike in Dubai? Here are some of the top bike rental services in the city:
Renting a bike from BYKY Dubai is easy and hassle-free. All you have to do is provide a valid photo ID and you can get a bike of your choice. There are several types of bikes on offer, including quad bikes that are suitable for the whole family. All you need to do is submit your ID and you are ready to go. Whether you are a resident of the UAE or a tourist, having your photo ID will make the process smoother.
BYKY is available to customers from 8:00 am to 3:00 pm every day of the week.
The cost of renting a regular bicycle for thirty minutes is AED 20. If you would like to rent a double bike, the fee is AED 55 for the initial 45 minutes. The Berg family bike is AED 70 for the initial 45 minutes. Lastly, the E-scooter is AED 50 for the first 45 minutes.
There is a range of BYKY rental stations in Dubai, including those at Dubai Marina, Creek Park, JBR, The Beach, City Walk P2, Al Barsha Park, Al Seef, and Nahda Pond Park.
In order to use the Nextbike service, customers must register with the company. Once registered, they can choose from a variety of bikes located at stations around the city. Customers can rent a bike by simply providing their name, address, and phone number. For those who require more frequent use of the service, they can apply for a customer card which will allow them to access the bikes more easily. Locations of the bike rental stations include Dubai Marina and Downtown Dubai.
In Dubai, you can rent a Nextbike for a fee of AED 15 for a period of 30 minutes. For an hour, the fee is AED 20. To rent the bike for two hours, the charge is AED 25. If you need to use it for three hours, the cost is AED 30. The price for a four-hour rental is AED 35. For 5 hours, the charge is AED 40. To use the bike for 24 hours, the fee is AED 80.
The stations include Marina Mall, Marina Walk, Stefano's Café, Marina Yacht Club, Grosvenor House Hotel, Spinneys Supermarket, and JBR Shams Luxury Homes.
Wolfie’s Bike Shops provides an alternative way to rent a bike in Dubai. Their selection of bicycles includes carbon road bikes in varying sizes such as 49 cm, 52 cm, 54 cm, 56 cm, and 58 cm. For a more extreme experience, you can rent a Scott Spark 950 mountain bike. The company also has a wide variety of other bicycles, such as fat bikes, M1 Spitzing E-bikes, trekking, and hybrid bikes.
Renting a bike with Wolfie’s is easy. All you have to do is present a valid identification document, such as a UAE resident card, driver's license, or passport. You will have to provide a soft copy of your document and a security deposit for the bike's return, but you won't be charged for it at the time of acquiring the bike. Make sure to return the bike before the due date to avoid any extra charges.
The bike rental also includes a helmet, front and rear lights, a portable pump, a saddlebag with tire levers and spare tubes, and pedals if you have special biking shoes and attire.
The opening times of Wolfie's Bike Shop are Saturday, Sunday, Monday, and Wednesday from 9:00 am to 7:00 pm and Tuesday from 9:00 am to 9:00 pm. The cost for a bike helmet for one day is AED 50, and for a carbon bike, it is AED 200. Bicycles can be picked up at 2:00 pm and must be returned by 12:00 pm on the final day of the rental agreement.
Trek Bicycle is conveniently situated alongside Al Qudra Cycle course, allowing visitors to rent a bike with ease. Trek offers a variety of bicycles, helmets, lights, and pedals for rent. To rent, customers must present a valid form of identification, such as an Emirates ID, driver’s license, or passport. It is recommended to book ahead to avoid any delays.
F1rstRide, located at the last exit of the Al Qudra Cycling Track, is a bike rental service in Dubai. They have a variety of bikes and accessories available to both rent and purchase. The most noteworthy feature of this business is that it provides bike rental for kids so they can explore the Al Qudra area.
The store is open from 6 in the morning until 7 at night.
Rates for Firstride bike rental:
AED 25 for one hour (Entry-level)
Weekday rental charges:
Weekend rental charges:
Come down to Last Exit in Al Qudra Cycle Track, Dubai, and reach them out at +971-50-108-0771.
Recently, Dubai has been abuzz with news of Careem's bike rentals, in collaboration with the RTA. This venture is expected to introduce more than 1750 bikes and 350 stations in the city over the next five years. The service will be akin to Santander Cycles in London, with a rental fee of around AED 9.50, equivalent to £2.
Dubai is a great destination for cycling enthusiasts. It has an extensive public transport infrastructure as well as a variety of bike tracks for leisure and competitive training. If you don't have your own bike, there are numerous companies that offer bike rentals. To help you narrow down your choices, we have compiled a list above of the top companies for bike rental in Dubai.
Moreover, staying healthy is important, and cycling is a great way to do that. If you're looking for other options, Dubai has plenty of gyms and fitness centers that offer great programs. Adopting a healthy lifestyle in Dubai is easy and convenient.
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