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Old 07-11-2012, 06:21 PM   #1
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Cheap but decent bike rental in Seawall downtown?

Anybody have any suggestions to bike rental shops in downtown other than spokes? I came across bayshorebikerentals.ca and they seem to be cheaper. Also, what kind of bikes (or bike seats) are recommended for people with slight tailbone injury?

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Anybody have any suggestions to bike rental shops in downtown other than spokes? I came across bayshorebikerentals.ca and they seem to be cheaper. Also, what kind of bikes (or bike seats) are recommended for people with slight tailbone injury?

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Dual suspension mountain bikes will be way more comfortable if you have an injury like that, you dont have to deal with every single bump in the road. Not sure where you could rent one though...
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I had good experiences with English Bay Bike Rental when my nephews were in town. Location's fairly central, good prices, friendly staff and good selection of bikes. In your case the cruiser might be your best bet but they will likely let you try a few for your situation. Here's their info page and a link to their coupon which you can just show with your phone. Have fun and enjoy your ride around the seawall!

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