Whether you’re an avid road (or off road) cyclist or someone who prefers a leisurely paced bike ride amongst the moss-laden live oaks, Amelia Island is home to miles of bike lanes, trails, paths and beach to give you a change of scenery every day. Whichever path you choose, just know that a unique view of Amelia Island awaits.
With bike rental shops located from one end of the island to the other, it's easy to find the one best suited for you. From fat tire bikes and traditional beach cruisers to electric bikes and hydro bikes, Amelia Island has everything ready for your fun day out!
PEDAL BY LAND!
The Beach Store & More
- Whether you want to cruise around the island or just cruise straight to the beach, The Beach Store & More will hook you up with beach cruiser bicycles, drinks, snacks, souvenirs, sunscreen, beach toys and anything else you might need for a day at the beach. 20215 S. Fletcher Ave. 904-310-6124
- If you want your bikes delivered right to you, give Bike Amelia a call. They will deliver high quality beach cruisers right to your location whether you are staying at a hotel/condo, vacation rental or just visiting for the day. All rentals include a helmet and lock! 5 N. Fletcher Ave. 904-580-4461
- Whatever outdoor fun you're in to, Kayak Amelia has you covered. Guided kayak and Stand Up Paddleboard (SUP) ecotours in Talbot Island State Park, bike and kayak rentals as well as kids summer camps. 13030 Heckscher Dr Jacksonville FL. 904-251-0016
Spoke Cycles - Beach cruisin' on high-quality bicycles, Spoke Cycles wants you to make memories of a lifetime whether you rent bicycles for 2 hours or a week. Promoting a healthy, happy lifestyle for people of all ages.
Beach Bikes of Amelia - The name says it all! These one speed true beach cruisers can be ridden anywhere but especially on the beach. Beach Bikes of Amelia provide adult bikes and smaller bikes for teens and younger kids and will pick up and deliver them anywhere on Amelia Island. 904-742-4740
Bike-Scoot-or-Yak - Rent bicycles, scooters, beach equipment, kayaks, and beach wheelchairs, and have them delivered to wherever you are staying or playing. 904-404-8654
Riptide Watersports - Specializing in FUN, Riptide Waterspots offers group or private Kayak Tours, CraigCat Tours, Boat Tours, Surf Lessons, Stand up Paddle Board lessons as well as Chair and Umbrella rentals. Oh yeah, they also rent bikes. 5 N Fletcher Ave. 904-891-5687
SuperCorsa Cycles - They do it all. SuperCorsa is a full service bike shop located on the south end of Amelia Island that provides a quality fleet of rental bikes consisting of beach cruisers, multi-speed hybrids, road bikes, and mountain bikes. 4925 1st Coast Hwy. 904-310-0003
PEDAL BY WATER!
Amelia River Cycle - Want a completely different perspective of the island? Hydro Bikes give you a real biking experience in the water of the wide open Amelia River, along with the freedom to explore nature and marine life with family and friends. They are easy to ride and come complete with blue tooth speakers so you can listen to your favorite tunes while making memories on the water. 3 S Front Street. 904-557-0053
Pedego Electric Bikes - To pedal or not to pedal? That is the question. On the south end of Amelia Island, Pedego is coveniently located just off the bike trail for a super easy "hop on" to head north or south. E-bikes are invited to utilize all bike paths while maintaining a moderate and controllable speed (you don't want to blow the regular pedalers off the trail). 4800 1st Coast Hwy. 904-310-6658
ROUTES AND TRAILS
Recognized as a Bicycle Friendly Community by the League of American Bicyclists, Amelia Island offers a route for every type of rider. Casual riders will love pedaling through EGAN'S CREEK GREENWAY
to see nature up close and personal or riding the 7 mile AMELIA ISLAND TRAIL
that runs from Peters Point Beachfront Park to Amelia Island State Park (and even beyond to Big Talbot Island for additional scenic mileage). The newest Amelia River to Sea Trail
is centrally located and is a 3 mile ride going from Crane Island to the beach.
More advanced fat tire cyclists can enjoy the adventure of riding 6 miles of mountain bike trails through Fort Clinch State Park
. For the speedy road cyclists, Amelia Island offers over 50 miles of suggested road biking routes, which includes 23 miles on dedicated bike lanes. If you want to ride with the sound of the ocean waves in the background, Amelia Island invites you to pedal along her 13 miles of coastline for a true island experience.
What are you waiting for? Check out ameliaisland.com/bike for more information and resources and get out there and ride!