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Bike The Rabbit

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1021 South Main Street, Greenville, SC 29601 1021 South Main Street, Greenville Directions

Ready to spice up your life? Check out Greenville's Bike The Rabbit, SC for some great fun. Plan a fun weekend for the family at this place today!

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Report | 3 years ago
He was very helpful. But have to contact him directly.
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Report | 3 years ago
The staff couldn't have been nicer - let us borrow gloves when we realized it was cooler out than we originally thought, gave us a map and tips of where to go. The bikes were clean and fairly new, and they adjusted the seats for us.
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Report | 3 years ago
not located on the Swamp Rabbit trail. The locations of the "business" was a warehouse with a few bikes and storage of other things. They didn't have a map to give us. When we returned the bikes, no one was there. They had only one women's bike ...and it was a 26", which was too big for me. I would have been very uncomfortable renting from this location had my husband not been with me.
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To fully understand the appeal of Bike the Rabbit's bike rentals, you need to know what "the Rabbit" is. Also known as the Swamp Rabbit Trail, "the Rabbit" is a 17.5-mile paved greenway that runs alongside the burbling banks of the Reedy River. One of the best ways to enjoy this scenic trail? Atop a bicycle, of course. With that in mind, Bike the Rabbit schedules half-day, full-day, and weekend bike rentals for all comers; their fleet includes adult and children's bikes, cruisers and hybrids, and even bikes with baby seats on the rear or front. Even better, they can bring the high-quality bikes straight to you, with common delivery points situated at trail access points and other Greenville landmarks. Of course, customers can also pick out their preferred size and style from the shop before hitting the trail themselves.

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