Road bike hire / rental around Munich

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simurs4
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Location: Rosenheim, Germany

by simurs4

Hey guys, I am wondering if anybody knows of any good shops that rent quality road bikes around the Munich area?
There are several places that hire regular city bikes for crusing along the Isar etc but I need something more serious. I moved to a small town outside of Munich from Australia for work earlier in the year and left my road bikes there sadly. I am wanting to go ride down to the WC in Innsbruck during next week rather than hopping on a train so I need something for that. From my home its about 120km to Innsbruck so would make for a nice ride through the valley.
I previously had an RCC membership so I could have utilzed the Canyon bikes they rent out but I did not renew my membership last year as I didn't use it enough.
I have searched on Google etc but have not found anything as yet :/
Any help would be appreciated!

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alexneumuller
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by alexneumuller

There is a a RCC Chapter in Munich, but it in name only. No rides, no clubhouse, no pop up and no rentals.

I m a RCC member and live in Munich Central.

If you want to rent good/high end Road Bikes, then there are only two options.

1) Bikedress in Central Munich
2) Velosoph in Freising (North of Munich)

They both do Pasculli rental bikes, but I don’t know the costs. Just give them a call


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Are you not running a hire place Alex, with all those bikes! ;-)

simurs4
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by simurs4

Wonderful, thanks for the reply Alex! Bikedress sounds like a goer, I might have a wonder there today after work before going home.
Impressive list of bikes btw. It feels strange for me having 4 bikes at home sitting around doing nothing when they could be here. They will join me in due time however.

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by alexneumuller

Funny one.....but not a bad idea. I need to add the two Tarmacs to the list. :)
RTW wrote:Are you not running a hire place Alex, with all those bikes! ;-)



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English Cycles 10th
Speedvagen Steel Rim
Ciele Cycle R
Specialized S-Works SL7
Specialized Venge
Specialized S-Works Epic
Parlee Z-Zero
Cannondale SS Evo Disc
Open New UP
Cervelo P5d
Cervelo C5
Isen All-Season
Factor LS
Stinner Gibraltar
IF Steel
IF Ti

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