Upstate Bike Info

Sun Rift AdventureSunrift Adventures, right here in Travelers Rest, offers different types of bike rentals depending on where you intend to ride. Choose from hybrids or cruisers for the SRT, road bikes, or mountain bikes with a hardtail or full suspension. Starting at just $20 for a half day or $30 for a full day, walk 20 minutes on the Trail from The Station and pick up your rental bike. Helmets and locks are included in the rental.

Sunrift also offers boat rentals for $40 a day to take to any of Travelers Rest’s nearby lakes. You will need your own transportation to handle.

If you’re wanting to tackle the Trail on your own bike, Velo Valets offers receiving, building, and shipping/care. They also provide popular bike routes around the area with options depending on skill level.

Are you looking for must-have bike accessories, hip cycling apparel or need repair service on your bike? Freehub Bicycles, Main Street in TR, does all that and more but they don’t rent bikes.

Bike The Rabbit offers free delivery of their rental bikes. Families appreciate the ability to rent a child-sized bike, baby seat, trailer, or tag-along.

Whether you’re looking for a “cruiser” bike for the SRT or a road bike to tackle Paris Mountain, head to Carolina Triathlon. It’s located right on the SRT, offers repair and maintenance services plus supplies, and anything else you may need for a great ride.

Velo Valets Location

If you’re not sure you can manage a full 44-mile ride to cover the entire Swamp Rabbit Trail and back, why not rent a Pedego Electric Bike? They’re located off the Orange Line of the SRT in Hampton Station. A bike helmet, cargo bag, cell phone holder, and lock are included in the rental.

Reedy Rides offers a bike rental service from their downtown location in Greenville. The bikes are 7-speed comfort cruisers. They’re open every day of the week and provide a full range of repair services.

After a day of exploring the Upstate by bike, head to Piney Mountain Bike Lounge for a cold brew and a chance to mingle with fellow enthusiasts, avid cyclists, and craft beer connoisseurs. They don’t rent bikes but they do sell them. And there’s a cool pump track if you want a cardio workout!