Bike Rentals San Juan Island
Reservations Recommended: CALL TO RESERVE 360-378-2559
Bike Rentals San Juan Island, Friday Harbor Washington.
Cycling has become a popular way to explore San Juan Island. With an average of 247 days of sunshine, (compared to Seattle’s 71) San Juan Island is the perfect Pacific Northwest cycling destination. Our roads wind through open valleys, wooded hills, and stunning shorelines, with minimal traffic and plenty of places to stop and enjoy the view. Beginning in Friday Harbor, there are several loops of varying lengths along our island’s National Scenic Byway that pass by popular tourist destinations.
We do accept walk-in’s but we do recommend making reservation ahead of time.
Popular Bike Routes
There are many options for cycling around San Juan Island. To learn more about some of the more popular options click HERE
San Juan Island Bike Rentals
Felt V100 Road Bike | Call for Reservations 866.461.2559
The V100 offers the performance and comfort for all day riding. Bikes are outfitted with an under the seat bag with levers, spare tube, and patch kit. Pump, Helmet, and Lock included.
Small Frame~5’7 and shorter | Large Frame ~5’8 and taller.
Rates: $30 for 3 Hours | $50 Full Day (4 or more hours) | Multi-Day $50 for Day 1 and $30 for ever day after
Felt Cafe 24 Bike | Call for Reservations 866.461.2559
The Cafe 24 is a fun and stylish bike that is capable of serious mileage. Comfortable upright riding positions and the gears to pedal anywhere on San Juan Island. Once on the Cafe, you will feel right at home in no time. Bikes are outfitted with rear trunk bag with levers, spare tube, patch kit, pump, helmet, and lock.
Medium ~5’4-5.7 | Large ~5’8-6″1 | XLarge 6’2 and up | Lower standover for shorter bikers (~5’3 and under).
Rates: $25 for 3 Hours | $35 Full Day (4 or more hours) | Multi-Day $35 for Day 1 and $20 for ever day after
Felt Sport-E 95 Electric Assist Bike | Call for Reservations 866.461.2559
The world of bikes have come a long way and the Sport-E 95 is proof on two wheels. With the aid of a Bosch electric motor, you are provided assistance as to your pace as you pedal. With several modes of assistance, everyone can find a setting that works best for them. Easily taken on steep hills by changing the assistance mode on the fly. With The E-Bike you are able to make the most of your day. Visit more of the island and spend more time at each destination. Bikes are outfitted with rear trunk bag with levers, spare tube, patch kit, pump, helmet, and lock.
Medium Frame: ~5.7 and shorter | Large Frame 5’8 and up.
Rates: $40 for 3 Hours | $55 Full Day (4 or more hours) | Multi-Day $55 for Day 1 and $35 for ever day after
Why Rent Bikes From Discovery Adventure Tours
- Quality Felt Bicycles always maintained.
- Easy convenient downtown location a short walk from the ferry dock.
- A variety of bikes to choose from.
What to Bring
- Snacks and Water Bottle
- Comfortable clothing
- Sunscreen, Sunglasses, and Hat
A ride around the northern half of San Juan Island passes by the San Juan Vineyards and San Juan Islands Sculpture Park before arriving at historic Roche Harbor, a great place to wander the docks and break for lunch. From Roche Harbor, English camp is just a short pedal away. This National Historic Park marks where the British Royal Marines were stationed during the 12-year “Pig War” crisis, in which ownership of the island was disputed. The park includes a network of mild hiking trails near Garrison Bay and around Bell Point. The road back to Friday Harbor from here passes by Mount Grant, a more challenging but beautiful hiking area, and the Krystal Acres Alpaca Farm.
Cyclists who start their ride to the southern end of the island from Friday Harbor will be rewarded with sweeping views of the Strait of Juan de Fuca and the Olympic Mountains. Cattle Point Road runs the length of the southern extension of the island, passing by the San Juan Golf & Country Club and American Camp National Historical Park. The interpretive center at American Camp is a perfect place to stop and learn more about the history of San Juan Island and take a walk through the open grasslands where American troops were stationed in the mid-1800s. To continue the ride, cyclists will re-trace their ride until connecting to the west side of the island. The West Side Road follows the shoreline and passes by Lime Kiln Point State Park. This is the Whale Watch Park that includes the Lime Kiln Lighthouse, considered to be one of the best places in the world to view whales from the shore. From the west side of San Juan Island, riders will have the option of stopping at the Pelindaba Lavender Farm on the way back to Friday Harbor. Whether planning a full day excursion or a shorter adventure, riding a bike on San Juan Island is sure to be a highlight for visitors.