Whether you want to tour the city for fun, try out commuting via cycle before making an investment, or simply need quick and easy transportation, Cambridge Bicycle has the right rental for you. Our rental fleet is reliable, comfortable and trouble-free.
There’s no such thing as a one-size-fits-all bicycle, so a staff member will adjust the bike to fit you. Each rental comes with a lock, helmet, water bottle mount and a place to put personal items. Group and weekly rates are available.
Our Cambridge shop rents quick but solid “city bicycles” for $30 for 24 hours, $30 per day up to 4 days, or $150/week (5 paid days gives you 2 days free). We do not rent by the hour.
Persons under 18 years old must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian.
We require a valid photo ID and credit card in order to rent a bicycle. The card will only be charged if the Bicycle is not returned. All returns must be brought back into the store during normal business hours. The daily rental charge will be paid upon return. We do not take reservations over the phone; all rentals are on a first come first served basis. We can not guarantee we will have bikes in stock.
All returns must be brought back into the store during normal business hours. The daily rental charge will be paid upon return.
Here are some links to information on Cambridge and Boston:
The Freedom Trail is a red-brick line/path/trail weaving through the city. It connects 16 key historic sites, each one telling a piece of Boston’s part in the birth of America. The Freedom Trail includes the Boston Common, State House, Park Street Church, Granary Burying Ground, King’s Chapel, King’s Chapel Burying Ground, Benjamin Franklin statue (site of America’s first public school), Old Corner Bookstore, Old South Meeting House, Old State House, site of the Boston Massacre, Faneuil Hall (photo right) & Quincy Market, Paul Revere House, Old North Church, USS Constitution, and the Battle of Bunker Hill Monument.
Click here for complete information on the Freedom Trail with links to info on all 16 sites mentioned above.
More on Boston: Arnold Arboretum, Beacon Hill, Back Bay & the Fens, Fenway Park, Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, Museum of Fine Arts, Museum of Science, New England Aquarium, subway/bus passes, Convention & Visitors Bureau.