Road bike rental in Detroit?
In a few weeks IŽll have to spend a couple of weeks in Detroit, short before an important race.
Since I have no chance to carry a bike along (nor to ride up there - to cross the ocean would be an issue) a possibility would be to rent one locally.
So far I found WheelHouse, but they look to have just a couple of (quite) oldies but (less) goodies.
IŽm looking for a reasonable recent road race bike in decent conditions to ride a couple of 100 km in a WE.
Any suggestion is welcome.
Thanks a lot!
You might get more answers in the Great Lakes Forum.
I thought of it, just a little later.
Should I delete this thread, what do you mean?
Hi everyone I go to the College For Creative Studies. The link provided is to a survey that is to help gain insight to cyclists in Detroit. The information gained will be used to help build our community stronger! Thank you for your time and input!
I travel to the Detroit area twice a year and have futilely searched for Bike rentals. I even contacted the apparently very active Ann Arbor Bicycle Touring Society to no avail. I also tried the famous Wolverine Bike Shop in Madison Heights. Other than hauling my own bike, I borrow my brother's heavy comfort hybrid; good enough for me to get some exercise. Another suggestion, I have thought of is to buy a used bike out there; I have seen some acceptable road bikes. You might be able to sell them afterwards
Most of my riding in Detroit is in the Northeast suburbs and I have found on most major roads I have to accomodate to riding on sidewalks for my cycling sanity since many roads lack shoulders, so my brother's bike is fine.
I'll keep a lookout on the Great Lakes Forum for replies to your query. I would be very interested to know about them. If you get a chance, I would also like to hear of your cycling experiences out there, and if you have any questions I might answer, please feel free to contact me. Though I have no specific answer to your question, I'm glad I was reading the Northeast section forum, and I certainly would have missed it if you only posted to the Great Lakes.