Segway & Bike Rentals
Numerous bike and Segway rental companies in the area are here to assist, keeping you mobile and out in the open air. Whether you want to leisurely pedal up and down Ocean Boulevard, or enjoy a guided tour on an electric motor-powered Segway, there are options for everyone. Cyclists may rent everything from casual beach cruisers and tandem bikes to mountain and trail bikes for exploring terrain off the beaten path. A map of Myrtle Beach area bicycle trails is available, as well. The hi-tech, easy-to-operate Segway is a fun way to sightsee for the whole family. The motorized vehicle is suitable for young and old and ensures an experience that is fun without being physically demanding. Tours appealing to a variety of interests are available, and all Segway tours include instruction and safety equipment.
Myrtle Beach Segway
One of only five Segway providers in South Carolina, Myrtle Beach Segway provides a unique experience for the Grand Strand renter. Offering guided tours of the scenic Huntington Beach State Park, including a two-hour tour of undeveloped maritime forests, touring by Segway is the only way to go. Other popular tours include the Market Common shopping and dining tour, which is a one-hour diversion for families to enjoy morning or afternoon.More Info Visit Website
Beach Bike Shop
Located a short distance from the beach and downtown resort area in Myrtle Beach, Beach Bike Shop offers rentals, sales and knowledgeable staff. From casual beach cruiser rentals to specialty parts for serious cyclists in the area, Beach Bike Shop is a full-service cycle shop catering to beginner to advanced. A free helmet and lock are provided with all rentals as well as a map of bike-friendly roads in the area.
North Strand Beach Service
North Strand Beach Service offers a wide variety of rental options for beach-going vacationers. They offer products ranging from beach chairs and umbrellas to boogie boards and bicycles. Both the classic two-wheeled beach cruisers, and the popular three-wheeled beach trikes are available for daily and weekly rentals. A limited number of bikes with child carriers are available.
Pedego Electric Bikes
An electric bike is just like a regular bicycle — only better! Located at The Market Common shopping complex in Myrtle Beach, Pedego lets you rent electric bikes which you can pedal normally around town or get motorized assistance to go up to 20 miles per hour. A great way to get around and feel the breeze without getting too sweaty on a hot day, Pedego gives you the freedom you go farther, faster and tackle the miles with ease!
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