Giant Reign 27.5 Bike Rental
Enduro-inspired ripper made to conquer all mountains with 160mm of suspension and slack geometry.
All of our rentals include a helmet and water bottle for the day. We strongly recommend booking your rental with one of our tours for a package price and the security of a guide.
The Giant Reign is made to conquer all mountains. It’s built on the Maestro suspension system, developed and tested by Giant Factory Off-Road Team pros, and features slack enduro-inspired geometry. So whether you’re pinning it on rowdy enduro terrain or nailing new lines on your local trails, the new Reign gives you the confidence to rule the terrain.
What to Bring:
|ID & Credit Card:||We’ll need to check your ID and credit card details when you pick up your bike (even if you book online). Please be sure you have a government issued photo ID and a valid credit card for bike security (Debit and VISA Debit not accepted.)|
|Helmet:||Rental helmets are included with all rentals & tours.|
|Water||In the dry, high altitude riding in Guatemala we recommend drinking 1 liter of water per hour – a water bottle is included in your tour|
|Eyewear||Sunglasses / Tinted riding glasses for the forests of GuatemalaSmall riding bag / Camelbak to keep your essentials – multitool / pump (not included in rental)|
|Outerwear||During the rainy season (May-Sept) It is a good idea to bring a waterproof shell|
During the dry season (Sept-May) a light windbreaker will help with cool temps at altitude in Guatemala
|Jersey||Tech, breathable jerseys are recommended to keep you comfortable on the trail.|
|Backpack & Tools||Tools are not included in the bike rental|
|Shoes||We can provide pedals to suit most cycling shoes (Shimano SPD & Crankbrothers) and offer flat pedals as standard. If you regularly ride ‘clipped in’ we suggest bringing your own pedals – to make sure the engagement is set to your liking. If you don’t have cycling specific shoes, we will set you up with our standard flat pedals.|
|Medication & Other essentials:||Make sure to bring any medication you might need and of course; don’t forget your camera!|