From March to October we are open from Thursday to Monday from 10:00-18:00 h (Tuesday & Wednesday closed) November & February we are open from Monday to Sunday from 10:00-15:00. Closed: December & January – but we realize tours. Feel free to do your booking for a bike tour.
Yes, we do have a toilet in our shop.
Yes. It is possible to pay by card.
We have over 150 bicycles available so don’t worry about the size of your group! However, if you would like to hire bikes for a big group it is recommended to reserve upfront to assure availability.
We have upright city bikes available with hand/backpedal brakes and eight gears. E-Bikes also available. Our experience has learnt us these are the most comfortable bicycles to ride in the city. See our bikes on the bike rental webpage.
Yes, we have special child bicycle carrier seats designed for children up to 22 kilograms (max age 6). We also have special bikes for children from 7/8 years old available. Adolescents of 14 years or older can use adult bikes always when accompanied by a parent or guardian.
We provide high quality locks. However, if you are planning on keeping the bike overnight we recommend you to park inside your hotel/apartment.
Yes, we provide and recommend helmets for safety reasons though they are not obligatory. We have helmets for both adults and children.
Our shop is located in Calle de los Jardines 12, which is a three-minute walk from the Puerta Del Sol, the city centre of Madrid. Calle de los Jardines 12 28013 Madrid Metro: “Sol” (Line 1, 2 & 3) & “Sevilla” (Line 2) The metro stations “Gran Via” – also close to our shop, is currently under construcction. Google Maps
We can say that Madrid is a bike-friendly city. The cycling infrastructure is good and growing by the month, the mindset of the public has changed since the 90´s, and there is now a great support for this healthy, fun, and sustainable means of transport. “…the city of Madrid has been increasing in the last years its network of bicycle paths. In 2016, there were 195 km of cycling routes. The city council has been planning to build 400 km more for the year 2024…” (Wikipedia)