Mountain Bike Rentals
This summer, why not try mountain biking? Looking to rent a mountain bike to explore the hills and mountains of Ontario? Look no further. Exclusive Sport Rentals offers Norco mountain bikes for rent in Toronto, so that you can take it to whatever mountain your heart desires! Our bike fleet is well-maintained to provide you with an adventure to remember, each and every time.
Why rent a bixi bike and pay hourly rental when you can rent a mountain bike for a day, weekend or a full week? Our mountain rental bikes can be used for all-mountain riding, technical singletrack, endure racing, XC racing and trail riding. So why rent a mountain bike in Downtown Toronto and be limited to a geographical location when you can rent a bike from us and ride it anywhere in Ontario, including Don Valley, Blue Mountain in Collingwood, Kelso in Milton, Hardwood Hills in Barrie, Bracebridge, Haliburton, Gravenhurst, Huntsville, Albion Hills in Caledon.
Start your Weekend Early:
- Pick up your MTB bike starting Thursday after 3:00PM and pay just for Saturday and Sunday (weekend rate)
- Drop off your mountain bike either by Sunday night or by noon on Monday (without any late fees, excludes long weekends)
Mountain Bike Rentals:
|Rentals||Single Day||Add' Day||Weekend||Weekly||Monthly|
|Hardtail Norco Storm 7.4 (S/M/L/XL)||$49||$25||$89||$169||$249|
|Norco Storm 7.3 (Large and XL)||$59||$29||$99||$189||$299|
|Norco XFR 3 (20"/22")||$69||$39||$99||$199||$349|
|Shimano SPD Pedals||$10||$5||$15||$20||$30|
Note: All mountain bike rentals include: Helmet, extra tube, air pump, repair kit and Allen keys. Rates are per calendar day
Thule Hitch Racks and Trunk Carriers:
|Rentals||Single Day||Add' Day||Weekend||Full Week|
|9001 Raceway 2 Bikes Trunk Carrier||$29||$10||$39||$59|
|9002 Raceway 3 Bikes Trunk Carrier||$35||$15||$49||$69|
|971XT Helium 2 Bikes Hitch Carrier||$29||$15||$39||$59|
|971XT Helium 3 Bikes Hitch Carrier||$35||$15||$49||$69|
|Thule Vertex 4 Bikes Hitch Carrier||$29||$10||$39||$59|
|Thule Vertex 5 Bikes Hitch Carrier||$39||$15||$59||$89|
|Thule Apex 5 Bikes Hitch Carrier||$49||$20||$69||$99|
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Where to mountain bike in Toronto or throughout Ontario:
Finding good areas for mountain biking in Ontario is actually very simple. Ontario offers hundreds of well-maintained trails so that you can experience an adrenaline rush of a true off-road biking adventure. There are many narrow valley systems throughout Ontario and even in the city of Toronto. So if you are looking for a single track, double track or technical climbs, be assured that you will find many great trails right here in Ontario, including:
- Ravenshoe Trails – Mountain biking in the Ravenshoe trails can be a great workout. Ravenshoe has 15 km of trails that are designed for mountain biking. The trails also have some stunts, including: teeter-totters, bridges and big drops. To get there take 404 north from Toronto to Davis Drive, then east on Davis to McCowan Road. Head north on McCowan about 11 km to the entrance of Brown Hill Tract on the west side of the road (about 0.5 km south of Ravenshoe Road).
- Blue Mountain – Looking for a challenge? Then consider mountain biking at Blue Mountain. There are 6 cross trails, downhill trails (including Double Diamond). Blue Mountain is located 11 km west of Collingwood on Highway 26, about 2 hours north of Toronto.
- Don Valley (Taylor Creek) – Don Valley has narrow valleys and is considered to be a prime mountain biking terrain. Both beginners and advanced bikers will find Don Valley challenging, especially when the trails are wet. The trails are very busy on the weekends so it is best to go there during the week. Get to Don Valley by parking at the Brick Works on Bayview Avenue (near Pottery Road).
- Algonquin Park - Algonquin Park's Minnesing Trail, consisting of four loops of up to 24 km, is a favorite formountain biking. The 10 km Old Railway trail from Mew Lake Campground to Rock Lake Campground is ideal for beginners.
- Hardwood Hills - Hardwood Ski and Bike offers beautiful, rolling trails through hardwood and pine forests for mountain biking and hiking. Hardwood Hills has 34 km of rolling double track trails and an additional 50 km of challenging single track trails. To get there take highway 400 North to Barrie then take exit #111 (Forbes Rd). Follow Forbes Rd. NE for 10 km. GPS Co-ordinates: N44 31.043 W79 35.333.
- Kelso Conservation Area - Kelso has 15 km for trails for mountain biking, ranging from easy to challenging. Kelso is located a few km west of Milton about 60 km west of Toronto. To mountain bike at Kelso, get off the 401 on exit 320, drive south on Martin Street (also known as Rd 25) for about 1 km, turn right on Steeles Avenue, drive 2 km to Tremaine Road, then turn right and head for another 2 km to Kelso Road. Use the Summit Gatehouse entrance.
Mountain Bike Sizing Chart (Hardtail and Full Suspension)
|Ft and In||Centimeters||Frame Size||Bike Size|
|4' 10" - 5' 2"||148 - 158||13 - 14||XS|
|5' 2" - 5' 6"||158 - 168||15 - 16||S|
|5' '6" - 5' 10"||168 - 178||17 - 18||M|
|5' 10" - 6' 1"||178 - 185||19 - 20||L|
|6' 1" - 6' 4"||185 - 193||21 - 22||XL|
|6 '4" - 6' 6"||193 - 198||23 - 24||XXL|