Road Bike Hire Tokyo
Road Bicycle Rental Tokyo
Tokyo is the worlds largest city, with a population fast approaching 40million people. But don’t let this deter you from cycling when you next visit.
The Japanese capital is blessed with magnificent road cycling routes, a spirited local road riding scene, and beautiful destinations to discover.
As host of the 2020 Olympic games, road cycling fans will get to see the worlds best riders tackle the punishing Olympic road course to Tokyo’s south-west.
See our Strava route of the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Road Race course here
Where to ride in Tokyo
To make the most of the great cycling opportunities that await you in Tokyo, you need a plan on where to ride and plenty of local advice, and that’s where Livelo Tokyo is here to help.
For a selection of 14 routes, see the link below.
The Train is Your Best Friend
The train system in Japan is a cyclist's best friend, putting stunning mountain passes and traditional townships within easy reach of the city cyclists. We have lots of tips on travelling by train with your bike in Japan, including that your bike needs to be in a bike bag on the train and in the station.
The Boso Peninsula on the eastern side of Tokyo Bay is a popular weekend escape for the city's residents. It has become so popular with cyclists that a dedicated bike train, the B.B. Base or Boso Bicycle Base, now runs every weekend between the city and Boso with 6 dedicated bike/passenger carriages.
To find out more click here
And when it comes to hiring a road bike, Livelo Tokyo will supply you with a high-quality carbon-fibre Ribble Sportive road bike, equipped with the latest Ultegra R8000 groupset.
Delivery or Pickup
If you're staying in a hotel in the Narita district in the cities east, Livelo will provide free delivery of your bike to your hotel concierge.
If you are not based in this area we can arrange for you to collect your bike from our Narita location.
Your bike will be equipped with all the accessories you require. All you need bring is your kit and your shoes.
Yes, is that easy!