The Bike Hut offers rentals, repairs and youth training on Pier 40
in San Francisco’s South Beach (Embarcadero at Townsend) near Oracle Ballpark.
RENTALS: We rent road, mountain and hybrid bikes for $7 per hour or $26 per day-
Helmet, lock and a good map included.
Also available for rent- Tandem cruiser ($12/43),
or Alley Cat and kids’ bikes.
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 this season 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.
We have also started working with the International Rescue Committee,
providing free bikes to recently landed refugees in order for them to
have a means of transportation in the Bay Area. see:
Note- We do NOT buy used bicycles or parts.