Vendor Review: Bicycles Unlimited

Southern Utah attracts so many visitors each year largely due to its stunning landscape and natural formations. One way to take in the sights in and around St. George is to go on a biking excursion. Of course, doing so presents a logistical problem: how do you bring your mountain bike along on vacation? The best solution is to forgo bringing your personal gear and rent a bike. Bicycles Unlimited is one place where you can not only get a high quality bike for all of your outdoor adventures, but friendly service and advice as well.

Bicycles Unlimited has been in operation since 1984, and today the family owned business is one of the most well-respected in St. George. Not only does the store carry a great selection of bicycles and accessories, the staff is very knowledgeable about bicycling. Want some guidance on the best bike to rent for your experience level, or are you having trouble planning your cycling route? Just ask the Bicycles Unlimited staff and they’ll help you out. Their passion for cycling can easily be seen in how eager they are to assist customers and answer questions, and you’ll be hard pressed to find technicians who do better bike repairs.


One great thing about renting a bike at Bicycles Unlimited is you can do so online in just minutes. This is a great convenience for experienced cyclists who already know what gear they’ll need and for how long. Those with less experience would do well to stop by the shop and let a staff member help them choose the right ride. There’s a wide variety of rentals available that includes kid’s bikes and tag-alongs, full suspension mountain bikes, and flat bar road/hybrid models. The minimum amount of time that you can rent bikes and gear at Bicycles Unlimited is four hours, which is perfect for short trips.

In addition to their quality rentals, Bicycles Unlimited offers service and repairs as well as bike sales. If you plan to go cycling in the St. George area on your next visit, be sure to visit Bicycles Unlimited before heading out on the trails — you’ll definitely be glad you did.

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