Clean bathroom. Staff was friendly and attentive. Reasonable rates. Decent bikes & helmets. They also kindly let me leave my mini dachshund in a crate in a back room when it was too hot to leave her outside. I chose this place mainly because they are a year round retail store with camping and biking supplies, which just means they have more invested in their business as there are seven bike rental companies in town. There were scattered thunderstorms in the area and we did go through a downpour most of the way up the mountain, but it cleared and besides one shower toward the end, it was a great day. We went on a Wednesday afternoon the week before the week of the 4th so we almost had the trail to ourselves. We had rain ponchos which were also good for warmth as well as keeping us dry. I wish I had taken a light sweater as it is a much higher elevation where the trail starts. It is down hill all the way until a flat section the last couple of miles. The stream along the trail is stocked with large trout. Would have been nice to fish. Bring bread crumbs to throw into the pools beneath the falls and watch the fish appear! FYI to fisherman: artificial lures only allowed, but real fisherman probably know that. Sundog was a good choice for the bike rental. Nice that they are right on the trail and when you get back to town, you are there and don't have to wind through town. We got there about 12:30 and shuttle left at 1:00. We had a leisurely ride down and made it back by 5:30, and they close at 6:00, so for weather reasons and to have breaks along the route, leave early. We ate lunch before we got on the shuttle. Others stopped along the way at the trailside sandwich shop.