Road Bike Hire San Mateo
Welcome to Livelo San Mateo. Located in the Peninsula area of the San Francisco Bay Area, this city offers several scenic rides that can accommodate a range of times you have to explore. Enjoy views of the Pacific Coast and ride through the mountains, all under the warm and temperate climate of San Mateo. Try the Bay-famous Old La Honda route and change-up your ascents in the excellent cycling terrain that surrounds the Bay Area.
There is no better way to see San Mateo and the surrounding area than spending some quality time on a high-performance road bike.
Livelo can take the hassle out of your trip to San Mateo. Hire one of our fleet of high-performance road bikes and it will be set up to your measurements, fitted with your accessories and delivered to your hotel concierge the evening before your first ride. Livelo can also arrange a local cyclist to ride with you, guaranteeing an exceptional cycling experience.
If you are travelling to San Mateo, don't forget to pack your shoes and kit - that's all you'll need. Get ready for some quality road cycling.
Yes, it's that easy!
SAN MATEO BIKE HIRE
Enjoy riding a high-performance Trek road bike. They're the perfect bike for the exploring San Mateo's proximity to the Pacific coastline and the Peninsula area.
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 MATEO GUIDED RIDE
Book one of our trusted guides to take you on a guided ride in San Mateo.
Your Livelo guided ride is a one-on-one experience designed to suit your riding style, start time and duration.
Your ride will start and finish at your hotel. Yes, riding in San Mateo is that easy!
SAN MATEO ROAD CYCLING ROUTES
Browse our selection of San Mateo's best road cycling routes.
From the coastline to the mountains, there is something for everyone in San Mateo.
Highway 1 and the Coast - 64.4 m / 103.7 km.
Sawyer Camp and San Andreas Trails - 29.3 m / 47.2 km.
Waterdog Lake Park 6.0 m / 9.6 km.