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Located on Lombard street near San Francisco's beautiful Marina district, Bike & View provides professional rentals and tour services at one stop.Our rental services include: Mountain bike, Hybrid bike, kid's bike, trailer, baby seat, and...more
We had prebooked a package including Alcatraz, hop on hop off bus and 3 hour bike rental. We popped into the shop in the morning to pick up our bus tickets and the lady was really helpful and friendly, showing us where to go on...More
Rental bikes worked good. When we returned pointed out the bike chain had come off twice on one bike due to a bent part. The lady who greeted us apologized and offered us free water or Gatorade for the inconvenience. She couldn’t have handled it...More
The lady in the shop was quite nice and polite though we had some communication challenges (neither hers nor ours mother language is English).
The real problem occurred when one of the bikes broke, we called them and it took a very long time for...More
We ernten 4 bikes for one day. The bikes were in good condition, helmets an lock included. We got a map with marked bike trails and had a good time.
Only disadvantage: Shop is small with only limited space on lombard street. It was very...More
Very rude and harsh customer relation. Quality of bikes soso. According to the need of just biking some hours. Tiers old this js why they insist that you buy the insurance of insane 4 dollars ( compare to the rental fees).
Price very competitive, perhaps...More
My worst experience so far in San Francisco. No wonder the bikes are 30% off if you book online: their quality sucks.
To start it off, the bike was noisy from the very beginning as it creaked frequently, especially when changing gears.
Later on in...More
Biked the Golden Gate Bridge and then road into Sausalito with my 13 year old son. Bike & View is closer to the bridge and it’s easy to get to the bike path from the pickup office.
Definitely go early in the day and leave...More
Beautiful homes, beautiful people, and a beautiful backdrop of the Golden Gate Bridge welcome visitors to the Marina. Originally the location for the Panama-Pacific International Exposition in 1915 (whose remnants can be seen at the Palace of Fine Arts), much of the land was filled and flattened to accommodate a world’s fair. That ample space has given way to a jogger’s paradise at the northern edge of the city.
With the picturesque bay setting as its backdrop, it’s no surprise that the area has hosted numerous movie productions. Daytime activities focus on café culture and boutique shopping, while the evenings turn this neighborhood into a party-going hotspot.
Response from Stacey L | Property representative |
You can ride on East Rd after the bridge to Sausalito, it is more bike friendly compared to Alexander Ave. It is 2 miles downhill to Sausalito. Sometimes it is more convenient to ride back, because the ferry line can get... More
You can ride on East Rd after the bridge to Sausalito, it is more bike friendly compared to Alexander Ave. It is 2 miles downhill to Sausalito. Sometimes it is more convenient to ride back, because the ferry line can get very long depending on the season and timing.