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Golden Triangle Bike Rental


$10 for $20 Worth of Pedal-Powered Rentals from Golden Triangle Bike Rental

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  • Maps and locks provided
  • Nearby Southside shopping
  • Bikes for all age levels
  • Surrey bike seats up to five

About This Deal

Once the sunny season arrives, people everywhere saw cars in half or affix an extra warm-weather wheel to the family unicycle. Quench summertime thirst for dual-wheeled action with today's deal. For $10, you get a $20 worth of pedal-powered rental rides at Golden Triangle Bike Rental, based downtown just off of First Avenue on the Eliza Furnace Trail. This Groupon is valid any day up to May 23, after which it is only valid on weekdays from May 24 through the end of the season (usually in October).

Browse Golden Triangle’s bikes and rates to find the proper urban steed for slick city cycling. Ride upright in comfort on a hybrid bike built to ride most trails ($8/hour, $30/day) or upgrade to a hardtail Kona Mountain Bike to take on the wheel’s natural enemy, steeply sloped curbs ($10/hour, $40/day). Nothing says I love you and I trust you like riding a tandem bike for two ($12/hour, $40/day), except for riding a four-wheeled surrey equipped to seat up to three adults and two children, or a pair of figure skaters and one fourth of a barbershop quartet ($20/hour, $50/day).

Saddle up for an hour or an entire day of exploring the cityscape on a self-guided tour with Golden Triangle’s provided bike-route map. Coast through the Southside’s shopping and dining establishments, and secure your wheeled stallions with provided bike locks. Ride through historic Washington’s Landing, pedal riverside through Point State Park, or cruise no-handed to cheer outside nearby Heinz Field. Hourly rentals are on a first-come, first-served basis, but reservations can be made for full day rentals or large groups.


Golden Triangle Bike Rental has more than 240 Facebook fans and has been featured in Pop City, the Pittsburgh Business Times, Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, and the Pittsburgh Post Gazette.

  • [Co-owner Tom Demagall] also rents child trailers and tag-a-longs. He hands out rider-friendly maps so customers can easily find their way as they bike up and down the three rivers. – Larry Walsh, Post-Gazette
  • …a true asset to the City of Pittsburgh. Great vision for all the trails offer as well as great service, great bikes and great price. – Wendy Duchene, Facebook

Fine Print

Promotional value expires May 11, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 2 per person. Limit 1 per visit. Valid at listed location only. Rental rules apply. No cash back. From 5/24 to end of season Groupon is valid only on weekdays. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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