Giant Talon Hardtail 29er Bike Rental
The Giant Talon is a XC hardtail is built on a lightweight ALUXX aluminum frame featuring a classic design and the added off-road stability of larger diameter 29-inch wheels. The frame geometry is specifically designed for its wheel size and 100mm suspension fork. The result is a confident ride that’s perfect for beginner to intermediate XC riders looking to increase their speed and improve their skills on fun singletrack rides.
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.
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!|