Seattle Bike Rentals

evo offers full-service bike rentals in Seattle for easy exploration of the city and its surroundings. We are located in the heart of Seattle’s Fremont neighborhood, blocks away from some of Seattle’s best bike paths. All bike rentals include a helmet and a bike lock.


Half Day Bike Rental: $30 - up to 4 hours
Full Day Bike Rental: $40 - over 4 hours

All Seattle bike rentals include: helmet, bike lock and a neighborhood map
All Seattle bike rentals can be picked up after 11am and returned by 6pm

 

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About evo Seattle Bike Rentals:

Seattle is an amazing city to explore on a rental bike, from the great bike paths, to the charming character of the city's various neighborhoods. evo Seattle makes bike rental easy with its location just blocks from one of the most prominent bike paths in Seattle, the Burke Gilman Trail, which runs along the water for miles. Additionally, Seattle boasts some strong bike infrastructure to get you nearly anywhere in the city, from the beach at Golden Gardens to the Pike Place Market. Renting a bike in Seattle allows you to really slow down and take in the details that makes the neighborhoods and the city as a whole unique. Stop by evo Seattle where our experienced staff can help you to plan the best route around town and make sure you have the best bike rental experience possible.

 

Call to reserve: (206) 973-4470

 

 

Seattle Bike Resources

Seattle Bike Paths:

Burke Gilman Trail:
The Burke Gilman Trail is a 27 mile long trail (with plenty of other paths and routes to connect with) that follows the shores of Lake Washington, Lake Union and the Lake Washington Ship Canal. evo Seattle is just blocks off the trail in Fremont. Ride west and you will cross through the Ballard neighborhood on the way to the Hiram M. Chittenden Locks which connect Lake Washington and Lake Union to the Puget Sound. The Burke Gilman ends on the west side at Golden Gardens Park, a beautiful sandy beach on the Puget Sound with views of the Olympic Mountain Range. To the east, the Burke Gilman Trail passes through the University of Washington and up the shore of Lake Washington all the way to Redmond.

Westlake Trail
Looking to head into Downtown Seattle, or to the Pike Place Market? Pedal your rental bike south over the Fremont Bridge onto the West Lake Trail. This off-street path follows the shore of Lake Union towards downtown, bringing riders right to the Space Needle. From here, protected bike lanes can be used to get downtown or to the market.

Elliot Bay Trail
The Elliot Bay Trail features some of Seattle’s best waterfront views, hidden to car traffic by industrial yards. The bike path runs from the Pike Place Market north along a beautiful waterfront park. This hidden gem is a great place to check out on a trip to Seattle.
 

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