Renting a Bike or Moped in Aruba

See the nautral beauty of Aruba from a bike or moped

Having Fun in Aruba

Bikes and mopeds can provide excellent opportunities for vacationers to get off the beaten path and explore more remote areas of Aruba.

Due to the island's relatively flat terrain and cool trade winds, these are some of the most popular forms of personal transportation on the island. Bikes and mopeds can take you on and off road to explore everything the island has to offer. Harley-Davidson riders will even find that motorcycles are very popular on Aruba, as well.

Price Comparison
Rental Approximate Starting Costs
$30 (USD) per day
$45-100 (USD) per day
$25 (USD) per day
Street and Dirt Bicycles
$45 (USD) per day
Harley Davidson Motorcycle
$150 (USD) per day in high season
$100 (USD) per day in low season
$95 (USD) for four hours in high season
$85 (USD) for four hours in low season

Because Aruba's bikes and mopeds are so popular, it is a good idea to make reservations, particularly during the heavily-traveled peak season.

Where to Rent
Store Name
Contact Information
Big Twin Aruba (Harley-Davidson Aruba) L.G. Smith Blvd. 124A
Donata 297-587-8300
George's Cycle Center L.G. Smith Blvd. 136
Melchor Cycle Rental Bubali 106B
Nelson Motorcycle Rental Gasparito 10A, Noord
Pablito's Bike Rental L.G. Smith Blvd. 234
Ron's 297-586-2090
Semver Cycle Rental Noord 22

Because Aruba is a busy island, it is generally not recommended that vacationers rent bikes or mopeds as a primary mode of transportation. While they are an ideal form of leisure transportation, traffic and street conditions can be very confusing for foreigners. Driving is done on the right side of the street, and it is not unusual to have heavy traffic on the roads during rush hour.

When vacationing on Aruba, bikes and mopeds are both excellent ways to see the island's more remote areas, offering vacationers a great chance to enjoy the fresh air and famous scenery. Reasonable rates make two-wheeling adventures available to almost everyone, and excursions to the Aruban countryside are made more pleasant by the independence allowed by bicycles and mopeds.


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