Renting a bicycle, like renting an infant, bypasses sleepless nights spent worrying about cleaning up a mess. Borrow someone else's two-wheeled baby with today's Groupon to Pioneer Sports in Frisco. Choose from three rental options:
- For $19, you get a 24-hour bike rental and Vail Summit shuttle pass (up to a $38 value).
- For $15, you get a full-day (open to close) bike rental (up to a $31 value).
- For $10, you get a half-day (four hour) bike rental (up to a $21 value).
Located near multiple popular mountain trails, Pioneer Sports prepares spring cycling enthusiasts for velocipede-based calisthenics with five types of rental bikes. Double-axled transportation ranges from the leisurely Jamis Path Cruiser to the light-and-quick Jamis Satellite, which keeps cyclists in high-speed motion until they become fatigued or hit a bronze plaque inscribed with Newton's laws. Kids trailer bicycles and trailer-bike attachments are also available, offering a chance for pint-sized riders to trade in their training wheels and experience the age-old merging of humans and machines. The Vail Summit shuttle pass included with the 24-hour rental allows bikers to transport their two-wheeled terrain traversers to the top of the Vail Pass, where they can embark on a 14-mile journey through Copper Mountain and Ten Mile Canyon, getting an eyeful of the Mountain's panoramic vistas immediately followed by a mouthful of the mountain itself. A helmet and lock is included with each rental, ensuring that the vast collection of Abraham Lincoln quotes stored in each customer's brain remains intact.
Though Pioneer Sports sometimes features a discounted price online, this Groupon still offers the best deal available.
Pioneer Sports suits up adventurers for high-altitude outdoor excursions with seasonal sports rentals. In cooler months, the mountain-savvy staff of outdoor enthusiasts hooks up skiers and snowboarders with comfy outerwear and skate-sharpening services. When temperatures climb, the shop's fleet of more than 150 bikes prepares cyclists for bucolic jaunts through rolling Colorado terrain. With bike frames that range from 13.5" to 21", the fleet meets the needs of younger cyclists, adult bikers, and the runts from families of giants.