Yep! We have fat bikes available for rental. Call ahead of time, they're really popular on the weekends!

Have house guests in town? Visiting Excelsior for the weekend?  South Lake Cycle has rental bikes available for casual riding or racing your out-of-town relatives.



Hourly:  $10/hour

Full Day:  $30 (Rent and return during same day business hours)

Overnight:  $50 (Rent, keep overnight, and return next day before noon)

Extended Rental:  Contact the shop for weekly rates


Rental Bikes

Available in a range of sizes.



The Adventure is a comfort style bike with an upright riding position and cushy suspension seat. Great for casual rides along the trail or around town.



The Framed MN 2.0 is a great, fun fat bike that is sure to make you smile. Fat bikes are a blast to ride in all seasons, whether it's out on the frozen lake, on a snowy trail, a summer mountain bike singletrack, and even just around town and casual riding.


Routes (from South Lake Cycle)

South Lake Cycle is located just 1/2 block south of the Lake Minnetonka LRT Regional Trail as it passes through downtown Excelsior. The Lake Minnetonka LRT is a 15 mile crushed limestone multi-use trail that stretches from Carver Park to Hopkins.


CARVER PARK and VICTORIA: West on the Lake Minnetonka LRT

From Excelsior, ride approx. 5 miles west to Carver Park, a beautiful nature reserve with its own approx. 9 miles of paved, mostly wooded biking trails. Ride an additional mile past Carver Park to downtown Victoria and check out the local businesses including multiple options for great meals, an ice cream parlor, and local brewery.


COTTAGEWOOD/DEEPHAVEN: East on the Lake Minnetonka LRT

East on the Lake Minnetonka LRT from the bike shop will take you through the Cottagewood and Deephaven area.


HOPKINS: A little bit further East on the Lake Minnetonka LRT

Downtown Hopkins is approximately 9 miles east on the Lake Minnetonka LRT from the bike shop. From Hopkins you can connect to the Cedar Lake LRT Regional Trail (via a couple of city streets) and ultimately end up on the Midtown Greenway which takes you down to Lake Calhoun in the popular Uptown area of Minneapolis.


If you prefer a road ride, we can give you an idea of which direction to head out from our shop.