About Dakota Cyclery
Dakota Cyclery is celebrating their 25th year in Medora! They are the only full-service bike shop in the heart of the Badlands! They offer sales, shuttles, guided rides and repairs on all bikes. Whether you need a wheel trued on your coast-to-coast bike tour, a brake bleed on your XC bike or simply air in your tires, Dakota Cyclery can fix you up!
Dakota Cyclery, takes pride in their well maintained fleet of rental bikes. They have a wide variety of rentals - from high end full sususpention for the Maah Daah Hey to flat bar road bikes for the nearby National Park Loop to cruisers for hitting the streets of Historic Medora.
Mountain Bike Rentals
Helmet & map included
All of Dakota Cyclery's bikes are Kona, Cannondale, and KHS. New to their fleet is the Santa Cruz 5010.
Hardtail Rental Rates
Half Day - $45.00
Full Day - $65.00
2 Days - $115.00
3 Days - $165.00
4 Days - $220.00
5 Days - $265.00
Add $10.00 to any of their plus size tire hard tail bikes.
Full Suspension Rental Rates
Half Day - $65.00
Full Day - $85.00
2 Days - $145.00
3 Days - $215.00
4 Days - $285.00
5 Days - $355.00
Other Gear to Rent
Urban Bike - $40.00/half day $55.00/full day
Comfort Bike - $20.00/half day $30.00/full day
Kids Bike - $25.00/half day $30.00/full day
Baby Trailer - $20.00/half day $25.00/full day
Stroller - $15.00/half day $20.00/full day
Single Day and Multi-Day Tours
A guided Mountain Bike Adventure is a great way to experience the splendor of the North Dakota Badlands!
Our experienced guides will provide local history, knowledge of the flora & fauna, and lead the way on some of the best single track in the country, eliminating the guesswork of where to ride and how to get there, and first aid/CPR certified with mechanical skills as well!
Dakota Cyclery offers daily and multi-day shuttle services starting at 7:00am MDT for short rides around Medora or for those riding longer trecks and trails.
Dakota Cyclery is a proud member of the Medora Chamber of Commerce and listed here in partnership with the Theodore Roosevelt Medora Foundation.