Bike Rentals

Bicycle Rentals

Pack a lunch and bring the whole family for a day of fun and exploration. We are located in Warren, just a few minutes from the beautiful East Bay Bike Path which boasts 14.5 miles of scenic views of Narragansett Bay, marshes, rivers, ponds, and Bristol Harbor.


Half Day$20.00

Helmet, Lock and map included
Positive ID and deposit required
Call us for details and reservations (401)-245-9025

Some great side trips along the bike path:

Warren Historic District Bicycle Tour

Follow a map provided through the Warren Historic District experiencing historic landmarks and architecture. Explore Warren’s many antique shops, unique boutiques and art galleries along the way and stop for lunch at one of Warren’s many great restaurants. Discovering Warren by bicycle will be an experience you won’t forget.

Burr Hill Park

This is the Town of Warren’s Park and Beach, with basketball courts, tennis courts, baseball field, and a music shell where evening concerts are held in the summertime. Check the signs on the Bike Path where the path crosses Main St. for dates and times. The path runs right through the park so bring a blanket and a picnic lunch and enjoy.

Audubon Environmental Education Center

The Environnmental Education Center is RI’s largest aquarium, situated on the 28 acre Claire D. McIntosh Wildlife Refuge on Narragansett Bay. It is open year-round, and features a life size model of a Right Whale, a new Harbor Seal display, marine and freshwater aquarium exhibits, tide pool tank, trail, boardwalk to the Bay and gift shop. It is easily accessible via the boardwalk to the east of the Bike Path. There are bike racks available to park your bike. Admission is $5 per adult, $3 per child (4-12 years) Open daily, 9-5 May through September.

Coggeshall Farm Museum

Coggeshall Farm Museum portrays the work and lifestyle of a 1790’s coastal farm on 35-acres. See rare breeds of livestock similar to those found on a farm in the 190’s and their heirloom varieties of vegetables and herbs. Out door buildings include barn, spring house, cooling house, blacksmith shop, weaver shed and privy.

Colt State Park

Colt State Park in Bristol is often referred to as the ‘gem’ of the Rhode Island State Park System. The entire western border of the park is an open panorama onto Narragansett Bay. Open year round, the park offers four miles of bicycle trails passing along the Ban and through 464 acres of groomed fruit trees, carefully nurtured flowering bushes, and manicured lawns.