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Questions about bike hire abroad and everything light bike related. No off-topic chat please
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I'm off to Las Vegas in a few days time with work. I'm going to have quite a lot of spare time, does anyone know where I can rent a half decent bike? And is there anyone who could show me some local routes?
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here's a route list around las vegas...http://www.bikinglasvegas.com/routes.html
you can rent from Las Vegas Cycling. rentals for a somewhat decent bike starts around $45 or so. i've been meaning to rent and ride when i go out there...but end up doing alot of family activities. i've seen a lot of riders go out to Red Rock Canyon when i take the kids up there hiking.
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I rented from Las Vegas Cyclery last winter and the equipment was excellent (brand new) and prices were reasonable. We were going to rent road bikes, but then when we got to the shop, changed to cross bikes because we thought they'd be more versatile in Death Valley where we were going (turned out not to be the case, but the cross bikes worked just fine for road riding).