We are open for e-MTB and Paddleboard Rentals Friday Noon-5pm, Saturday-Sunday 8am-5pm.
Just show up! Or reserve in advance. To browse the bikes available for rental, visit our Online Store and email us to confirm reservation dates. You can also call us at 512-419-1911 if you have any questions.
Full suspension e-bikes (Norco Sight), hardtail mid-fat e-bikes (Marin Pine Mountain E1 and Nail Trail), and hardtail fat e-bikes (EVO Bear Ridge). Visit our Online Store for options, sizes, and pricing.
You can’t always get what you want…but if you try sometimes, you get what you need…
Our full list of eMTBs and Paddleboards is listed on our site. View all rental options here. Call us at 512-419-1911 if you have any questions.
Yes! As long as you’re staying on the Reveille Peak Ranch property (camping etc), you may hold onto the bike for the duration of your rental. Bikes are due back by 4:30pm at the end of the rental.
Shoooot, we know stuff happens. Maybe you got a flat, or maybe you just got lost out there. There’s always a little leeway, but bikes returned late will generally be charged $25/hr.
Generally, no. However, we do reserve the right to hold a driver’s license and/or credit card for the duration of the rental.
All rental bikes are for sale! If you decide to keep the bike, either by informing us or not, we will go ahead and bill the price of the bike to your credit card on file. Rental fees are counted toward purchase, and certain bikes may be discounted based on their condition and duration of use in the rental fleet.
Everybody hurts…sometimes…Please refer to the Bike Farm Rental Waiver for all legalese regarding injury while renting Bike Farm bikes. The Reveille Peak Ranch waiver covers all other activity during your visit. Regarding refunds on rentals – the answer is generally no.
Note: We also rent pads and full-face helmets.
Yes, for $25 you can add a protection plan to your rental that covers up to $500 in damages. You are responsible for any parts/repairs beyond that.
No problem, just be nice to the bike. Bikes are checked thoroughly before and after. Any significant repairs arising from the rental will be assessed upon return of the bike and billed while the customer is present. (“Significant repairs” are defined as anything beyond basic tuning that impacts the performance and utility of the bike.)
We rent full-face Fox Rampage Bike Park helmets. Knee and elbow pads are available on site for purchase.
Yes, indeed, we rent Retrospec paddleboards for $25/day. They can be used off-site at the nearby Lake Buchanan as well.
Sorry…but no. Unless given express permission by the Bike Farm ownership in writing, bike rentals are to remain on the Reveille property. We understand that some circumstances may require a shuttle rescue from an outer region of the property that can only be reached by off-property roads. That is the only exception.
Everywhere, all of it. That’s the beauty of an e-bike.
Reveille Peak has a vast network of trails—something for every kind of rider, all levels, tons of climbs and steep descents. Download the Trailforks app in advance to familiarize yourself with the trails. Or better yet, book a tour with one of our team members.
Beginner: Beginner Loop (marked blue)
Intermediate/XC: Race Loop (marked red), Upper Flowdello, Sweet Skull
Advanced/DH/Enduro: Full Commando, Jaws, Vulture, Super D, Lower Flowdello
Expert/Dirt-jumping: El Patron. New droplines and whale-tail.
Note: There is also a beginner/intermediate dirt jump line next to El Patron. Lower Flowdello contains intermediate dirt jumps and gaps.
Walk the bike. Whether you’re a newbie or a pro rider, we guarantee you will find something at Reveille that gives you pause. It’s always good to park the bike at the top of a tricky section, assess your lines, and then proceed at a speed that is appropriate to your skill level. If that means walking the bike, just do it. Always better to be safe! Also, ride with a friend, ideally someone more skilled than you or who knows the trails. Watch and learn!
Phone reception can be very spotty at Reveille. Again, we recommend downloading and using a GPS-based app like Trailforks or Strava. These apps typically provide an offline feature that tracks your position on their preloaded maps. But if you’re completely new to Reveille, the best way to maximize your time and enjoyment (and not get lost) is to book a tour with a Bike Farm expert. We can customize routes based on your skill level and interest, then set you free to explore the great beyond.
(For general safety, we recommend riding Reveille with a friend or two. Two heads are better than one, especially if one of those heads gets rattled in a crash.)