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Bike Rental Miami Beach | Miami Bike Rentals and Tours

Updated: April 13, 2023
 By Nichole

This post provides details about how to get a bike rental in Miami Beach, including information about how long each rental lasts, what safety gear is included, and how much you can expect to pay for this service.

In addition to Miami bike rental options, we’ll also include information about Miami Beach bike tours you might want to consider.

Miami Bike Rentals

There are a few different companies offering bike rentals in Miami Beach and other areas, making it easy to get around the city and see the sights.

This section will cover what each service provides, prices, and other important information about Miami bike rentals.

A couple riding a bike together through Miami. Image source: Pixabay user rdbaker.
A couple riding a bike together through Miami. Image source: Pixabay user rdbaker.

Unlimited Biking

This is one of the better known bike rental companies in the country, and they’re currently offering both traditional and e-bike rentals in Miami Beach. Each rental comes with the use of a helmet, bike lock, and a bag/basket for your belongings.

You can rent a bike for 2 hours, 4 hours, or an entire day. Here are the prices you can expect to pay starting in March 2023:

Miami Beach Bike Rental

  • 2 Hours: $17.12/Adults | $16.05/Children
  • 4 Hours: $34.24/Adults | $32.10/Children
  • Day Pass: $42.80/Adults | $39.59/Children

Miami Beach E-Bike Rental

  • 2 Hours: $32.10
  • 4 Hours: $64.20
  • Day Pass: $72.76

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It’s important to note that children under the age of 16 will not be permitted to ride electric bikes, which is why they don’t offer pricing options for kids.

Bike and Roll

If you’re looking for another reputable company, Bike and Roll offers consistently excellent bike rentals and tours all over the country, and they offer very competitive rates.

Each bike rental includes helmets, locks, and even a map to help you find your way around Miami Beach. Much like their competitors, they also offer 2 hour, 4 hour, and full day rentals.

Here are the current rates as of 2023:

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The main difference between this company and their competition is that they don’t seem to have any electric bike alternatives. They do have hybrid bikes, and this is a good alternative if you’re interested in an e-bike rental.

South Florida Trikke

This is another popular local bike rental company in Miami, and they offer very similar services at competitive rates. Unlike some of the other options on our list, they offer rentals for as little as 1 hour and up to a full 60 days!

Each Miami Beach bike rental includes a helmet and lock for safety. Here are the rates you can expect as of 2023:

  • 1 Hour: $21.40
  • 2 Hours: $26.75
  • 3 Hours: $32.10
  • 5 Hours: $42.80
  • 11 Hours: $53.50
  • 24 Hours: $64.20
  • 2 Days: $74.90
  • 3 Days: $85.60
  • 4 Days: $117.70
  • 5 Days: $128.40
  • 7 Days: $139.10
  • 10 Days: $149.80
  • 15 Days: $171.20
  • 30 Days: 187.25
  • 60 Days: $294.25

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Although you can get a cheaper 2 hour rental elsewhere, if you’re looking for a bike you can rent for more than one day, this is one of the only options in Miami.

Citi Bike Miami

If you're looking for a more simplistic option with rentals as short as just 30 minutes, this is going to be one of your best options.

This is more of a service that locals might want to use, as you can actually purchase a monthly pass for unlimited rides.

There are over 160 Citi Bike stations all throughout Miami Beach, so you shouldn't have much trouble finding a place where you can rent one of these bikes.

Hourly Rates

  • 30 minutes: $5.39
  • 1 hour: $7.49
  • 2 hours: $10.95
  • 4 hours: $18.00
  • 1 Day: $24.00

Monthly Rates

  • Unlimited 30 minute rides: $20/month
  • Unlimited 1 hour rides: $25/month ($35 if nonrecurring)

Learn more about Citi Bike Miami.

Although prices might seem much lower than other services, the devil is in the details. If you don't return your bike on time, you'll have to pay an additional $4.60 for every 30 minute period overage.

Thankfully, if you do decide you want to use the bike for a longer period, you can return it to a Citi Bike station and check out another bike.

That said, if you were to miss your bike return by multiple hours, you could end up paying more in late fees than another bike rental service would have cost.

Citi Bike Miami has an app you can download to keep track of your bike rentals and make sure you return them in time.

NOTE: Most people won't run into any issues with late fees, because there's honestly a Citi Bike station on every other corner in Miami Beach. Check the Station Map for more information.

Miami Beach Bike Tours

If you’re looking for a guide to show you some of the best sites in Miami, you might want to consider taking a bike tour instead of getting a rental.

Although these tours typically cost more, it might be worth the price if you need some help finding your way around the city.

Bike and Roll

In addition to their bike rentals, this company also offers a Miami Beach bike tour which covers some of the most notable examples of Art Deco architecture in the area. This outing will include a leisurely 5 mile ride through the city.

Guests can expect to see sites such as the Versace Mansion and the Bass Art Museum. There will also be a stop at Nikki Beach and Monty’s Restaurant.

NOTE: A bike rental is not included with this tour, so you’ll have to pay for that separately.

Unlimited Biking

Aside from their bike rentals, this company also offers a guided Miami Beach bike tour which includes stops at several notable sites. 

In addition to providing details about the most interesting Art Deco architecture in the area, this tour also includes attractions like the Holocaust Memorial and the Botanical Garden.

Unlike their competitors, Unlimited Biking includes the cost of a bike rental in the ticket price for this service, so you won’t have to worry about paying more when you arrive.

Highlights of Miami Beach Bike Tour | Traditional Bike

Best of Miami Beach Bike Tour | Electric Bike

NOTE: Teenagers and children under the age of 16 are not allowed to ride electric bikes. As with their Miami Beach bike rentals, this service also includes the use of a helmet and bike lock for safety.

South Florida Trikke

Much like their competitors, this local company also offers a Miami Beach bike tour which covers a lot of ground. In addition to seeing various notable sites on Ocean Drive, you’ll also visit the South Point Pier and see Star Island.

A bike rental is included, and they also provide a helmet for your safety. In addition, you’ll also receive a free bottle of water to help you keep hydrated.


There are currently a few different ways to enjoy bike rentals in Miami Beach at a discounted rate.

This section covers some of the best ways to save money on bike rentals and tours in the Miami area, including details about tourist passes and discount sites.

The Go City Miami Explorer Pass is just one of the ways you can save money on bike rentals and tours.

Tourist Passes

There is currently one Miami Beach bike rental included with four different Miami discount passes.

If you’re planning to enjoy a lot of different activities and attractions in the city, these services are a great way to save money on tickets.

Depending on how you use a tourist pass, you could save up to 50% off or more off general admission prices. Here are the passes that include a bike rental in Miami Beach:

For even more details on attractions and activities included with these services, make sure to read our full post covering Miami tourist passes.

Discount Sites

Popular websites such as Groupon and LivingSocial frequently offer discounted rates on fun activities like bike rentals in Miami Beach. 

Depending on when you decide to check, they may also be offering a coupon code for an extra 10% - 20% off or more!

About The Author


Nichole's love for Miami began when she chose the Magic City as her future home, after living overseas in Singapore. She cannot get enough the city's food scene, culture and 'multiple boroughs,' each unique in their own way. She is an avid worldwide traveler and thrives on learning about new cultures in each place her feet land. She joined the Free Tours by Foot team in 2017, first as a part of administration and then later as a writer. She's a chiropractor and yoga teacher with a full-time business in Miami. Her motto is "Peace, Love, & Travel.”
Updated: April 13th, 2023
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