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Every party must have a minimum of one responsible adult read, acknowledge and sign the bike rental contract and waiver.

Based on this experience we will be following strict bike safety and bike rental guidelines, and, our customers will be provided access to the Puerto Rico cycling laws, and our rules, both at the front desk and on this website.

Before receiving a bicycle, customers will acknowledge with a formal signed acceptance (waiver) of our rules for renting our bicycles in Puerto Rico

+1 Million Bicycles Rented in NYC

Owner Mark Derho oversaw renting over one-million bicycles to customers in Central Park, New York City from 2015 to 2018.

These fine people were usually unfamiliar with New York City and Central Park. Many of them were not totally-comfortable with biking in general. It was a pleasure to be of assistance. 

Cyclist and Local Biking Advocate Mark Derho

Telemundo, Central Park, NYC 2018

Bicycle Safety Rules Puerto Rico

Learn More About NHSTA Bicycle Safety Rules in Puerto Rico and throughout the United States

Free Use of Bike Helmet with Rental

All Kids Under 16 Must Wear A Bike Helmet by Law

Wear a Helmet and Lock-Up the Bike

No Biking While Intoxicated

BY LAW - All Kids Under 16 Must Wear A Bike Helmet

All kids under 16-years of age must wear a bike helmet – no exceptions.

Every customer of all ages is encouraged and eligible to use our bike helmets with all bike rental or San Juan bike tour purchases – for free.

Every customer is strongly-encouraged to make use of a free bike lock with bike rental. If you are not physically sitting on the bike, you should lock the bike securely until you are. Although we provide a bike rental insurance option, we definitely don’t want customers to have to replace these expensive bikes.

BIKE SMART National Highway Transportation and Safety Agency (NHTSA)

When a crash occurs betaween multi-ton motor vehicle and a bike, it is the cyclist who is most likely to be injured or perish. 

According to the National Highway Transportation and Safety Agency (NHTSA)

Bicyclists accounted for 2.2 percent of all traffic deaths in 2016. Bicyclist deaths occurred most often between 6 p.m. and 9 p.m. (20%) and in urban areas (71%). The vast majority of bicyclists killed were male (84%) and the largest number of males injured were between 55 to 59 years old. Alcohol was a factor in 29 percent of traffic crashes in which the bicyclist (or driver) had blood alcohol concentrations (BACs) of .08 grams per deciliter (g/dL) or higher, the illegal alcohol level in all States.

Clearly many crashes can be avoided if everyone follows the rules of the road and watches out for each other with courtesy. We will do whatever we can to promote safe and courteous cycling. Failure to follow our rules will result in an immediate end to the contract and repossession of all equipment immediately.

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