Rentals

Fat bike rentals - October 15 to May 15

Travelling to the Yukon for a dream winter vacation? Rent a fat bike from Icycle Sports, and try our amazing winter network of fat bike trails.

Or, maybe you just want to try a fat bike because all your friends have one and you want to join them on a winter mission? Either way, riding fat is fun!

Giant Yukon 2 fat bike

Giant Yukon 2 fat bike

Our fat bike rental of choice for 2019/20 is the new Giant Yukon 2. The Yukon comes equipped with an aluminum frame, composite fork, 1x10 drive-train and 27.5" x 4.5" tires.

Important information about renting a fat bike from Icycle Sports


Location of our bikes

This winter our fleet of bikes will be rented in partnership with the Whitehorse Cross Country Ski Club rental shop. While the groomed cross country ski trails are off limits to fat bikes, there is an extensive network of regularly fat biked and groomed single-track trails there.

Rental pick up and drop off is also available at Icycle Sports upon request. Please call us at (867) 668-7559 after making your booking using the form below.

Rental hours, rates and refunds

Rentals are available at the WCCSC pro shop with hourly, half-day or whole day rental rates. The rental shop is open Monday to Friday from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. and Saturday and Sunday from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.

You will not be charged for your rental until pickup. Rental charges cannot be refunded.

Shuttling

We strongly discourage shuttling with rental bikes. You will be responsible for any damage occurred while transporting or using the rental bike. We will charge $50 for any major scratches that occur during transport. Dented or otherwise damaged frames and components will be replaced at the renter's expense.

Fat bike rental season

Fat bike rentals are typically available from October 15 to May 15 depending on weather and trail conditions.

Pedals, helmets, safety gear and accessories

All of our rentals come with your choice of either flat pedals or Shimano SPD pedals. If you prefer your own, bring them!

We provide basic cross-country helmets from Giro and IXS helmets. We suggest you bring your own helmet if you can, as it's more hygienic and of course fits you best.

All other safety gear is up to the rider to provide.

Top-tube bags with tube, levers, pump and mini-tool are available to borrow, plus the cost of any used supplies (tubes) or lost tools.

We also have a few cable locks for locking the bikes outside during the day. (Do not lock bikes outside overnight).