Renting a bike or moped on Grenada allows you to enjoy the independence of traveling at your own pace without the hassle of driving a car up and down unfamiliar foreign roads. In addition to the perks of the wind in your hair and every route being scenic, rental costs for bikes and mopeds are considerably lower than car rental rates, especially when you compare deposits and gas prices.
Renting road or mountain bikes can be a perfect way to exercise while observing Grenada's many lush, green areas and beaches. Bikes are also a sufficient way to get to and from your destinations. Bikes and mopeds can be conveniently rented from your hotel or from one of the island's rental car companies.
Although biking is an inexpensive way to traverse the island, the geography of Grenada will see to it that your ride is a bit of a workout. The land on the island is hilly, and the roads are often narrow and steep, so cyclists should use caution and always be on the defensive when sharing roads with auto traffic.
If you like the idea of riding in the open air, you will encounter 5 places that can help.
If you're ready to make a reservation, you might want to contact A&E Bike Rentals. A & E offers mountain bikes for rent so that tourists can enjoy the island at their own pace. They are located in St. George's, Grenada.
A second option is Mocha Spoke. Mocha Spoke offers a fleet of Jamis Trail X2 mountain bikes. Tours lasting two and a half to three and a half hours are available. You can call them at (473) 533-2470.
A third good option is Maitlands Scooter Rentals. Although they specialize in the sale and rental of standard vehicles, Maitland's Motor Sales and Rentals also offers scooter rentals to tourists who have an inkling of how fun exploring this island on two wheels can be. located in Grand Anse, in southwestern Grenada. They're
The following table has some details regarding the 5 rental agencies we are aware of.
|A&E Bike Rentals||(473) 435-1444||0.4 mi. East-Northeast of Downtown St. George||Grenada|
|Adventure Tours Bike Rentals||(473) 444-5337||0.4 mi. East-Northeast of Downtown St. George||Grenada|
|Maitlands Scooter Rentals||(473) 444-4022||1.9 mi. South of Downtown St. George||Grenada|
|Mocha Spoke||(473) 533-2470||1.7 mi. South-Southwest of Central Grand Anse||Grenada|
With the tropical island breeze at your back and gorgeous island scenery slowly passing by, cycles and motor scooters can be an enjoyable and inexpensive means of transportation while visiting the island of Grenada, but use caution when traveling the island's winding roads.
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