Bike rentals available May 15, 2020 to September 15, 2020
Live local and want to get out riding with friends? Is your current bike getting some much needed service and you still want to join a group ride? Thinking of buying a new bike and not sure what has changed since your last purchase? Travelling to the Yukon for a dream vacation? Rent a bike from Icycle Sports, and try our amazing network of bike trails on a capable, modern bike.
2020 Giant Trance E+2 Pro
Are you E-bike curious? Do you want to see what pedal assist can do for you and your sense of adventure? Faster up the climbs, longer loops, more single-track fun on any given day. Give yourself the power and freedom to extend your trail-riding adventures. Shimano SLX 12 speed drive train and Fox Suspension with 140mm in the back and 150mm up front.
How to rent a bike during the 2020 season
For the 2020 rental season All of our bikes are located at our store front in Whitehorse at 21 Waterfront Place.
Rental hours, rates and refunds
Our Whitehorse location is open Monday-Saturday from 10am-6pm during the 2020 rental season. We do not offer after hour pickups or drop-offs. Any late drop-offs will be charged for additional rental time.
Our rental rates for the 2020 season are as follows:
- Full suspension bikes for 24 hours: $89
- E-Bikes for 24 hours: $99
You will not be charged for your rental until pickup. Rental charges cannot be refunded.
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.
Bike rental season
Bike rentals are typically available from May 15 to October 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).