Bike Rental Information

Here’s a great video piece about the Bike Hut from NBC Bay Area: Bay Area Proud

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Contact us at TheBikeHut@gmail.com or call 415 543-4335

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No, we don’t have any cheap disposable bikes for Burning Man. And we don’t rent bikes for Burning Man.

We are open 10am to 6:00pm Wednesday through Sunday; usually closed Mondays, Tuesdays and very rainy days.

We are located at Pier 40, near AT&T Ballpark (home of the Giants), at Townsend and the Embarcadero. We are NOT near Pier 39 or Fisherman’s Wharf. [Even numbered piers are south of the Ferry Building (Market Street), odd to the north.] If you are doing a map search- enter ’40 Pier’, not ‘Pier 40.’

The Bike Hut is run by the Bike Hut Foundation, a non-profit 501(c)((3) organization. Our mission is to promote cycling through youth training and providing affordable bike rental, repair and sales. We also try to recycle donated bikes and parts to reduce the waste stream.

We have mostly hybrid and mountain bikes for rent, but we also have some tandems, touring, road, cruiser, single-speed/fixie, tag-a-long, kids’ bikes and others.

Here are pictures of some of our rental bikes.

Rentals are:

$6 per hour or $24 per day for adult hybrid and mountain bikes (plus tax ~ $26)

$7.50 per hour or $30 per day for adult road and touring bikes (plus tax ~ $33)

$12 per hour or $40 per day for tandems (plus tax ~ $43)

$4 per hour for tag-a-longs or trailer or $15 for the day.

$3 per hour for kids’ bikes

$10 flat rate for baby seat rental

We accept credit and debit cards. There is a one dollar discount on adult daily bike rentals for payment in cash.

We have a few fixed gear/single speed and road bikes at this time, as well as good touring bikes with racks and panniers. Why spend $250 to fly your bike in when we can outfit you for a fraction of the cost? We also have SPD and other clipless pedals that can be installed by request. Touring bike rates are $120 for the first week and $10 per additional day. This includes racks, panniers, sleeping pad, lock, helmet, tax, and fixins.

Also available are baby seats, one Burley trailer and two tag-along attachments for kids. Please email or call ahead to give us time to set one up on an appropriate bike.

Rates include lock and helmet. We do offer significant discounts on multi-day and long-term rentals. Bikes must be stored indoors at night, so check with your hotel, et al., beforehand. Day rentals are for up to 24 hours, but we must be notified of you intention to keep it overnight. Bikes must not be left outside the Bike Hut when we are closed. We don’t have a two hour minimum.

Long-term rates for most bikes are generally calculated as listed below:

$25 for 24 hours- tax, helmet and lock included.
$20 first additional day.
$15 each additional day.
$80 for a week.
$140 for two weeks to a month.
$240 for two months.

Road bikes, touring bikes and special requirements additional.

Reservations are helpful but not usually required. Please email us at TheBikeHut@gmail.com with details of number in party, male/female and approximate heights and we will try to have the most appropriate bikes ready for you.

The west side of the Golden Gate Bridge is sometimes closed to bicycles. Cyclists may share the east side with pedestrians. Allow extra time to get to Sausalito and please be careful of/respectful to the understandably in-awe or in-a-daze pedestrians on the bridge. The Sausalito ferry is about $11, one-way. We do not sell ferry tickets.

The ferries in Sausalito do fill up, so try to get there early. The ferries dock in San Francisco at either the Ferry Building (about a mile away from the Hut) or Pier 41 (near Fisherman’s Wharf, about two miles away from the Hut), so it is best if you take whichever one leaves next. You might want to consider taking the ferry TO Sausalito and riding back. It is a bit of a slog up the hill from Sausalito to the bridge, but you do have the afternoon wind at your back from the bridge back to the Bike Hut.


Sausalito Ferry Schedule (to SF Ferry Building)

Sausalito/Tiburon/Angel Island Ferry Schedule (To SF Fisherman’s Wharf, Pier 41)

Linked below are maps and directions for two popular routes:

Bike Hut to Sausalito Ferry bicycle directions (about 11 miles)

Bike Hut to Golden Gate Bridge, Golden Gate Park, The Haight, City Hall loop bicycle directions (about 17 miles)

Visit the Wave Organ on your way to the Golden Gate Bridge:
Wave Organ

Bicycle Tours
4-hour social, historical, and ecological tours through San Francisco. Shaping San Francisco Bicycle Tours

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Donate to the Bike Hut

The Bike Hut needs used bikes and parts to help train our youth and support ongoing operations. Donations are tax deductible.
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Welcome to The Bike Hut’s new website

The Bike Hut offers rentals, repairs and youth training on Pier 40
in San Francisco’s South Beach (Embarcadero at Townsend) near AT&T Ballpark.

RENTALS: We rent mountain and hybrid bikes for $6 per hour or $22 per day-
Helmet, lock and a good map included.
Also available for rent- Tandem cruiser ($11/33),
or Alley Cat and kids’ bikes ($3 per hour).
We can also provide long term rentals and repurchase agreements for people
who are in SF for a month or two.

STOLEN BIKE? If you are a member of the San Francisco Bicycle Coalition and your
bike has been stolen, we will lend you a bike for free for up to a week
if you show us your SFBC membership card and a copy of the police report.

REPAIRS: We repair bikes, not just try to sell you new parts.
And, we’ll show you how to do it yourself.
Tune-ups average about $45, depending on condition.

SALES: We stock new and used parts and accessories at reasonable prices -
locks, lights, gloves, saddles, bells, tires, tubes, pedals, helmets.
We also have a wide variety of used parts and the patience to get you what you need.

We are a resource for local cyclists and a center for skills training for kids
from low-income communities. Staffed with a shop mentor, mechanics and volunteers,
the Bike Hut is a place to rent bikes, learn to build and repair them, and buy parts and accessories.
Whether you want to rent a bike for a ride on the Embarcadero, pick up some new gear,
or just learn more about bikes, stop by the Bike Hut.

The Bike Hut is open from 10 AM to 6 PM Wednesday through Sunday
(unless it’s raining hard). The Bike Hut is closed Monday and Tuesday.

If you wish to make a donation or learn more about our programs, please contact us at 415-543-4335 or email us at TheBikeHut@gmail.com
We are a 501(c3) non-profit and donations are tax-deductible.

Note- We do NOT buy used bicycles or parts.

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