Footage of some of the IMT shop employees riding trails about a 5 minute bike ride from our downtown location.
Call to reserve this new demo Ibis HD3 today! $2750 Enve carbon wheels and all.
We rent bikes for all types of riding out of our Downtown Boise location only.
Idaho Mountain Touring is conveniently located in downtown Boise minutes away from the both the foothills trail system and the greenbelt.
We have a knowledgeable staff the can get you set up and riding in a short time.
With every Bike Rental you receive a helmet & lock at no charge.
Have your own special pedals? Bring them in and we’ll put them on. We have a limited selection of pedal types on hand.
Please note: if you're planning a ride that doesn't originate from the store, you will need a legitimate bicycle rack to transport bicycles. Motorcycle racks, cramming the rental bike into a trunk etc...is not acceptable means of transport.
|Bike Demos||Bike Rentals||Kids & Cruiser Rentals|
Want to try out the latest suspension or the newest wheel size, or just ride a really nice bike? IMT’s Demo bikes are perfect.
We have 3-speed town bikes for cruising around town or the Greenbelt, Full Suspension or Hardtail Mountain Bikes for the trails & Aluminum or Carbon Fiber Road Bikes for the Road.
Bring the kids along, we have bikes they can ride or kid trailers you can pull them with.
Terms And Conditions
What do I need to rent a bicycle from Idaho Mountain Touring?
Wether your out enjoying the Boise Greenbelt or racing along one of our foothill singletracks, IMT wants you to have fun! We try our best to bring you the highest quality bike for your specific needs. Wear and tear is part of the process, however, should you abuse or damage a rental bike, you are responsible for the damages. Helmets will be provided if needed at no additional cost. We also provide flat repair needs.
Popular things to remember:
If you would like to reserve a bike ( and we recommend 30 days in advance to be sure) , contact Zane for more details.
Want to streamline your rental experience print this form and bring it in when renting your bike.
And if you want to know where to go riding, you can always ask us at the rental counter or check out this: