Road Bike Hire San Jose
Welcome to Livelo San Jose. San Jose is a large city in Northern California which has an abundance of excellent locations to cycle through. If you are interested in technology, visit the technology district, Silicon Valley. After exploring Apple Park, the Facebook HQ, and the Googleplex, continue your cycling adventure by venturing on beautiful trails. Cycle on the Guadalupe River Trail, and go explore Mt. Hamilton to see some breathtaking views. San Jose has plenty to explore no matter what your interests are, and has opportunities for cyclists of all skill levels.
Livelo is San Jose's premium road bicycle hire service. Our San Jose hire fleet comprises high-performance road bikes from Cervelo and Bianchi. The hire includes all accessories and will be delivered to your accommodation the day prior to your ride and be fitted with all the accessories you need.
Livelo is also offering three guided tours; 2 hour, 4 hour, and 6 hour. Each tour will be personalized and modified to the physical shape, endurance, and skill level of the guest so the duration and route of the tour may vary.
Yes, riding in the bay area is that easy!
SAN JOSE BIKE HIRE
Enjoy riding a high-performance Cervelo and Bianchi road bike.
They're the perfect bike for the exploring San Jose.
Your hire bike will be setup to your rider profile, including pedals, helmet and accessory options.
Pickup from Livelo or have your bike delivered to your hotel concierge the evening before your ride.
SAN JOSE GUIDED RIDE
Book one of our trusted guides to take you on a guided ride in San Jose.
Your guided ride is a one-on-one experience designed to suit your riding style, start time and duration. Livelo
Your ride will start and finish at your hotel. Yes, riding in San Jose is that easy!
SAN JOSE ROAD CYCLING ROUTES
San Jose provides visiting cyclists with cycling routes for every occasion.
Here are four classic rides that we recommend.
San Jose to Cupertino and Saratoga Loop (53.13 km/33.01 mi).
San Jose - Apple Park - Stanford Loop (75.95 km/47.19 mi).
Mt. Hamilton and The Lick Observatory (85.76 km/53.28 mi).