Rentals


While staying dry, you and your friends, family or date can pedal your way through the water like few people ever have in Naples Island, Long Beach… biking on the water!  Naples Island rests in the center of the scenic Alamitos Bay.  Parts of the bay are lined with delicious restaurants with public docking, shopping and a movie theater.  Italian Gondolas enrich Naples Island’s century old history as they row gracefully through the mile long Rivo Alto Canal.  You can stop for a picnic or build a sandcastle on the untouched sand before the Summer months bring thousands of people to Alamitos Bay or soak up the beautiful scenery and gorgeous California weather during the very popular Summer months.

No matter the season, Hydrobikes are the perfect new adventure whether you’re vacationing or looking for something new and fun in your neighborhood.  You can spend a day on a hydrobike wearing bathing suits and no shoes or ride a bike to dinner with only a few drops of water on your toes.  People that can’t pedal, can ride on the center platform of one of our three side-by-side bikes accompanied by two adults.  Hydrobikes are incredibly stable, have a cubby to hold your belongings and cup holders.  Dogs always ride free!

Ride a bike on the beautiful, blue water of Alamitos Bay in Long Beach.  Take a day to explore Long Beach like you’ve never seen it before.

 

Reservation Times

Reservations are available at 11:00, 12:30, 2:00, 3:30 and 5:00

Hourly Rental Prices (Following prices not for Sunset rides or Exercise classes)

1/2 hour – $10

1 hour – $20 ($15/each additional hour)

Reservations highly recommended.

Walk-ups are welcome but not guaranteed.

Half Day and Full Day Rentals are available.

Please call for pricing and availability.

What to Bring

1. High fives!

2. Water Bottle

3. A small bag can fit in the cubby in front of your handle bars

4. Money if you want to stop to eat.  Many restaurants have public docking.

5. A photo ID

6. A beach picnic!

7. Electronics such as a camera or cell phone but at your own risk

What to Wear

1. Smiles!

2. You can wear a bathing suit or a fur coat!  Just make sure you’re comfortable.

3. Skirts and dresses are not recommended although it’s been done.

4. If you wear flip flops, we suggest you remove them so you don’t have to go sandal fishing.

5. Flip flops with heel straps, tennis shoes or any closed heeled shoes are your best bet.  You may find a few drops of salt water on them at the end of the ride.

6. Sunblock!

7. Consider a jacket, hat, gloves or dressing in layers if you anticipate colder weather even though you’ll warm up pretty quick when you’re riding.