Welcome to Mac's Bikes, the most convenient place for bike rentals and tours in Niagara Falls, Ontario. We make it easy to rent a bicycle in Niagara Falls with our centrally located shop. There's no better way to experience the natural beauty of the Niagara area than by riding one of our bikes.
Mac’s Bikes makes it convenient to rent a bicycle in Niagara Falls. You can pickup your bicycle from our easily accessible shop at 5956 Clark Ave, Niagara Falls. We offer free onsite parking. You can take advantage of our complimentary bicycle pickup service (free pick up on full day rentals only). Mac’s bicycle pick-up service gives you the flexibility to end your journey where you choose. (Please note: our pickup service is for the bicycles only)
Mac’s Bikes’ Mobile Bike Rental Service
In addition, included in every rental are:
- roadside assistance
- helmet and lock
- handle bar basket
- map with a list of recommended sites
Enjoy the freedom to explore Niagara at your own pace. Our self guided tours allow you the opportunity to linger at a favourite location, or move on to the next stop. Take advantage of Mac’s customized map complete with our favourite cycling routes and historic attractions along the Niagara Parkway. For added convenience, you can also download our routes to your iPhone or Blackberry. Visit our Bike Routes page for more information.
On Sunday, September 21, we will host our third annual 100,000,000 mm Cycle Challenge. It is a 100 km bicycle ride to raise money for the YWCA Niagara Region. Our route will take us by some of Niagara’s most picturesque scenery, including the Welland Canal, Niagara River, and both the Horseshoe and American Falls. For more information about the ride please call 289-969-6227, or if you would like to donate please click the link below, thank you very much.
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Mac’s Bikes’ featured bike tour stop is the Chippawa Battlefield. Rent a bike with Mac’s and take our self guided bicycle tour up the Niagara River along the beautiful Niagara Parkway. This great tour includes a stop at the Chippawa Battlefied. July 5th marked the 200th anniversary of the battle.
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