Rent Bicycles by the hour or by the day

The Buffalo and Niagara Falls area has many great choices of trails and paths made for walking and biking. Many allow access to some of the most beautiful and picturesque scenery that can best be enjoyed on foot or on bike.

Dick’s Bicycle shop is located in the heart of one of these areas. Located directly across from the mighty Niagara river, Dick’s is the perfect place to quickly rent a bike and start your relaxing journey. With easy access to Two Mile Creek Greenway Trail, Niawanda Park, Isle View Park and a paved trail along the river, Dick’s has everything you need for a wonderful day of riding by the water. Refreshments and seasonal food places are also available along the river trail, including ice Cream!! What family fun!

Rentals Are $25 / Day of 24 hours.  Just bring the bike back the next day in the same condition.
While you are on the Niawanda Park trail, stop in at Dick’s Bike Shop for a free water bottle fill up.  If you are looking for a new or gently preowned, refurbished, extended warranted bike, then check out Dick’s selection of inventory.  When you find one that you like, then take it out on the trail for 1 or 2 test rides.  Dick and company will adjust the bike to your comfort settings and off you go.  Right across the street you have trail access that can take you 10 miles in either direction. 

For more information about local bike trails please go to this link. https://www.traillink.com/viewnationalmap/?city=buffalo&state=new-york

Explore Western NY. On our 22 trails covering 510 miles around Buffalo and surrounding suburbs.  Whether you’re looking for an easy walking trail or a bike trail like the Niagara Scenic Parkway Trail and Great Gorge Railway Trail, you’re bound to find a perfect trail for you. Click on any trail below to find trail descriptions, trail maps, photos, and reviews.

We offer many sizes and styles that will fit every family member and our reasonable rentals are hourly, daily and even weekly.

Here is a link to some great biking areas