Bike path rentals closed for the winter. Open every day for bike path bikes and Class 1 pedal assist e bikes for the East Shore Trail. March to December conditions allowing.
Located at the start of the East Shore Path behind Tunnel Creek Cafe.
Walk up to our shop after you park your car at the start of the path. Look for the bike shop banners.
$35 for two hours. $49 for the day. $20 for youth bikes. Bike Trailer $39/day.
$66 for 2 hours for bike path Electric bikes. $89 for the day. You can reserve e bikes online.
Note that our pedal assist bikes are class 1 and require pedaling and shifting like a normal bike but the assist makes it much easier to climb hills.
The east shore path is only open to Class 1 e bikes as per Nevada Statutes.
This (And insurance restrictions) is why we do not offer any e bikes with throttles.
Come enjoy the Tahoe East Shore Shared Use Path. We have over 70 bike rentals to choose from. No reservations required just walk up. The bike shop is behind our Tunnel Creek Cafe adjacent to the Tunnel Creek parking lot for the new bike path. The ride is a beautiful 3 mile ride to Sand Harbor in Lake Tahoe Nevada State Park. Take $2 per person to enter the park if you are going to hang out there.
Ride a bike on what is arguably the most scenic bike path in the western US!
Kona and Norco E Bikes
Make the hills on the Tahoe East Shore Path a little easier with our comfortable Pedal Assist Class 1 E bikes we feature Norco Scene as well as Kona Dew e bikes. Both with hydraulic brakes and easy shifting. $66 for two hours or $89 for the day. Push the Path E Bike link below to book!
Click the “Path E Bikes” above to book!!!
The Indie is designed to help modern cyclists navigate unexpected situations that otherwise make cycling in the city so exciting. Available in a variety of colours, every Indie looks right at home on the streets and delivers a fast, efficient and comfortable ride.
Not one to be typecast, the Scene is perfect for family rides, cruising with the crew, or quick trips to refill a growler. And with inspiration from Norco mountain bikes – such as 1by drivetrains and 650B wheels with large volume tires – the Scene is a real showstopper.