On a bike is the perfect way to explore Angel Island. Whether experienced or novice seeing Angel Island via bicycle is one of a kind adventure. Just moments out of Ayala Cove and you will sense the peace and quiet of peddling along on roads bordered by tall trees and glimpses of blue water and the coastlines of Tiburon, SF and the East Bay. Take a detour into Camp Reynolds to look at the oldest standing group of Civil War Buildings. On the East side of the island ride your bike to Quarry Beach—a beautiful expanse of sunny calm white sand. The paved perimeter road is the six mile bike trail circling the island.

The route leads you around Angel Island revealing some of the most amazing views of San Francisco and the bay area.

You have your choice of renting our fleet of quality bikes by the hour or for a full day. The bikes are offered on a first come first serve basis at the bike shed and cannot be reserved ahead of time. The location of the bike shed is a very short walk from the ferry landing in Ayala Cove. You can’t miss it. Bikes are due back to the bike shed by 3:00 pm on weekdays and 3:30pm on weekends. Remember that riders under the age of 18 are required to wear a bike helmet (provided).

Rates: $15.00 per hour, $60.00 for a full day (including a helmet).
New E-bikes! $25.00 per hr and $90.00 for a full day (including a helmet).

"In terms of ‘scenery per unit amount of effort’, this bike ride is easily number one in the whole Bay Area.”


No, we do not have child carrier seats. Unfortunately, you can not attach a child carrier seat to one of our bikes.
No. Tandem bikes are not available at this time.
No. We do not have children bikes at this time.
At a leisurely pace, it would take about an hour around the island.
Only if you are 17 years of age or younger. Minors must have a parent or guardian present to rent a bike on Angel Island.
Yes, you can with a signature on a liability form. You will be charged for a full day rental and the bike is due back to the bike shed by 10:00am the following morning. If you want to keep it longer, then you are charged the hourly rate until the bike is returned.
No, but there are bike racks at the top of the hill where you can leave your bike.
No, state park regulations require that you stay on the marked accessible roads on Angel Island.