Ohiopyle Bike Shop and Rentals

Driving into Ohiopyle means it’s time to gear down and use your brakes! All these beautiful mountains create the perfect playground for a cyclist. But we’ve also got plenty of options for the casual biker. The Great Allegheny Passage, one of the world’s most famous Rail-Trails, runs through the center of town and provides a near level bike trail that is friendly for a casual day outing on a bike. Rent a bike for an hour or for the day, whatever suits your Ohiopyle plans.


Wilderness Voyageurs has been renting bikes in Ohiopyle since 1986, when we had a fleet of 12 BCA bikes. Today, choose from more than 100 bikes at our two locations in downtown Ohiopyle. We have the correct size bike for you and everyone in your family.  For the Great Allegheny Passage,  you can choose from either Schwinn  5 speed cruiser bikes, Cannondale Hybrids or Cannondale Quick CX bikes.  For the little ones we have pull behind carts and kids bikes.

Bike rentals are $6 an hour or $21 for the day ( more than 3.5 hours).

Kids carts are $3.50 an hour


Grab a bike from our main location at 103 Garrett Street, (pictured above) adjacent to the railroad tracks at the north entrance to Ohiopyle. If you are arriving from the Donegal or Seven Springs area, we are the first building you will encounter upon arrival to Ohiopyle. This location is open year round and bike rentals are available every day, weather dependent.

Our second location is adjacent to the Great Allegheny Passage across from the old Ohiopyle Visitors Center (the old train station) and behind Falls Market. This is known as “The Bike Shop,” because this little red shed is 100% bike-obsessed. The Wilderness Voyageurs Bike Shop is the most complete bike repair facility in Ohiopyle, and our mechanics will do whatever it takes to get you back on the trail!


In April, our bike rental and repair shop is open on weekends. In mid-May through October, it’s open every day.


To see the sights and stay in touch with events and activites up and down the GAP stay in touch with our Great Allegheny Passage Blog.