Can I rent that cargo bike I’ve seen around town?

Sure! I have two bakfiets box bikes that you can rent on a daily or weekly basis. I provide a hands-on lesson to get you up to speed on handling before you head out on your own.

The CETMA Cargo bike was hand-made for me in Oregon and has hydraulic brakes, built-in daytime running lights, and it can carry two kids (seatbelts available) or up to 300 lbs of stuff. The Argo Cargo is a cargo bike front end attached to a Trek bike, and it’s a little narrower and more nimble for riding in traffic.

The Worksman cruiser is a heavy-duty single speed with coaster brakes. It’s a great, simple bike for riding up & down the street.

My newest addition is a vintage Raleigh Sports circa 1970. It’s a lovely 3-speed town bike with a front wicker basket.

These bikes are what I like to call “unicorns” and are typically oddball bikes that you won’t see at local shops.

Bikes from my collection are available for rent on Spinlister.

My vintage Raleigh Sports 3-speed is great for exploring town in style!

My vintage Raleigh Sports 3-speed is great for exploring town in style!

The CEMTA Cargo can carry two kids or up to 300 lbs of heavy stuff.

The CEMTA Cargo can carry two kids or up to 300 lbs of heavy stuff.

The Worksman cruiser is a single-speed with coaster brakes.

The Argo Cargo is a nimble grocery getter!

The Argo Cargo is a nimble grocery getter!

If you’re looking for a tandem, trike, e-bike, kids bike, or other something else, the bike shops in town have a wide variety of models. All of the major brands are represented at the five shops, so there’s a lot to choose from. If you need help sourcing a bike, I’m happy to lend a hand.