Bicycle Rentals

GALLOPPING GOOSE TRAIL BIKE RENTALSTap with your phone and call us at 250-391-1980

New bikes for 2020

We regularly change our fleet, and this year (2020) we have all new Marin Dual Sport bikes for rent. Taller wheels, with 21 speeds, disc brakes, front suspension, and totally outfitted. You pay a rental fee once. No extra charges for helmets, locks etc. The best bike rental fee in all of Victoria.  And our day charge is for an actual day…24 hours, not 9 to 5. 

Victoria’s lowest price for bicycle rentals.

Just 200 metres from the Galloping Goose Trail, with connections to the new E & N Railtrail and Lockside Trail


Our rates are inclusive of helmets, utility pouches, and locks.  No hidden charges.

Where to ride in Victoria? Check with BikeMap’s large database to plan a ride or just let us recommend a ride for you.







$10/hr  $32/Day $170/Week – Hybrid Bikes  –  Comfortable bikes with disc brakes. Ideal for roads, pathways, and moderate trails.

$18/hr or $65/Day Tandems  $190/Week – Take them anywhere you can. Mostly road and path. Weekly rates available.

Included with all rentals: Helmet / Handlebar pouch with: patch kit, tube, pump, tire levers, multi-tool and keyed cable lock / Rear rack / Clip-on fenders / Kick stand / Bell /Water bottle cage. Free Maps

Victoria, BC.  is  Canada’s Cycling capitol, thanks in large part to our trail networks and our weather. If you want to really see Victoria, this is a great way to see Victoria and surrounding  areas.

We’re conveniently located 200 meters from the Galloping Goose Trail. The Goose trail runs for 55 kilometers in total. We’re located at the 11km mark.

Dual Sport Hybrid Bikes: Hour $10.  / Day $32. /  Week $165

Tandem Bike: Hour $18. / 24Hr. $65.

Riding around Victoria 

If you’re interested in riding the entire length of the Galloping Goose trail, here’s a great video with some of the highlights.  This trail system is world class.

All bike rentals include helmet, flat repairs kits, and locks. Bike racks for cars are available for an additional fee. Please call for details

We have free parking for as long as you need it (a day, a week) and we’re a few hundred feet from the Galloping Goose Trail or the E&N Rail Trail. You shouldn’t start your ride anywhere else. Go out for an hour, a full day, or a week. We have the best rates in the Victoria area.  New bikes every season. Free maps and helpful advice to get you started.

Great places for a ride and dining

Here are a few places we strongly recommend for a sweet ride and a great midday meal. All 3 are fantastic.

Short range bike ride (25 km round trip) 2-3 hours

my-chosen-cafeOpen everyday for lunch. Great country restaurant plus pizza ’round back plus Sugar Shack.

MyChosenHave a look at the menu

Medium range bike ride (45 km round trip) 3-4.5 hours


Open for lunch Thursday thru Monday 11-3 The beautiful and  historic Glenrosa Farm is now an organic restaurant with panoramic views of pastures and ocean.

glenrosa-farm-restaurantHave a look at the menu

Long range bike ride (63 km round trip) 4-6 hours

Open Wednesday thru Sunday 12-8

sticklebackOpen for lunch Wednesday thru Sunday. Right of the Ocean. Great prices, great food. Spectacular views.

sticklebackHave a look at the menu

Great places to ride from our location

 Victoria, Matticks Farm, Matheson Lake, Sooke, Sooke Potholes.

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The Galloping Goose

This 55-km or 34-mile trail starts just beyond the Johnson Street Bridge west of Downtown Victoria and continues mostly uninterupted to the Sooke Potholes, close to the town of Sooke.The Galloping Goose Trail is a mixed use trail for pedestrians, blades, joggers, and cyclists alike. The further you get away from Victoria the lighter the traffic. You’ll enjoy the leisurely pace in the View Royal and Colwood areas.

The Lochside Trail

This picturesque multi–use trail, formerly a railway line, stretches from Swartz Bay to Victoria, past beaches, farmland, and wetlands, down country lanes and beside suburban backyards. While some parts of the Lochside Trail are off-road and others downright pastoral, in some places trail visitors must share public roads with motor vehicles and farm vehicles

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