" StudioBike is thé Bike Rental in east Amsterdam's Indische Buurt. Perfect starting point to go either to the city center, the buzzing south, or the countryside up north.. Or maybe you'd like to visit the famous Windmill, also pub/brewery: Het IJ? It's at a perfect cycling distance!"
MONDAY / 09:00 - 18:00
TUESDAY / 09.00 - 18.00
WEDNESDAY / 09.00 - 18.00
THURSDAY / 09.00 - 18.00
FRIDAY / 09.00 - 18.00
SATURDAY / 09.00 - 18.00
SUNDAY / 09:00 - 18:00
Multi Purpose Bike
Our rental bikes always come with 3 gears, 2 handbrakes, dynamo front light, a fast wheel lock and a strong chainlock. For your safety, a bicycle theft & loss insurance is already included in the price. Ask in the shop for terms and conditions.
Rental Price ( € )
- € 9,- for 3 hours
- € 15,- for 24 hours
- €13,50 for every extra day.
- The fastest and most enjoyable way of seeing the city of Amsterdam.
- No car parking & public transport costs.
- No searching for a car parking.
- StudioBike offers high quality bicycles.
- Discount on extra rental-days.
- For everyone the perfect All-Round Multi Purpose Bicycle.
Reservations for groups of 15+ people can be made by contacting StudioBike.firstname.lastname@example.org
Reservations for groups of 15+ people can be made by contacting: StudioBike.email@example.com
Why the Dutch Ride Bikes
Amsterdam is one of the most bicycle-friendly cities in the world and the majority of its citizens have spent their lives on two wheels since they were infants. Thanks to the many bike paths in the city, pedal power is all you need to uncover the city’s gems on your own, or as part of a guided bike tour.
Funny Bike Instructor
In 14 lessons tourists get tips on cycling in Amsterdam. The bike instructor, Dutch funnyman Maxim Hartman, teaches you in less than 4 minutes how to cycle safely in Amsterdam. Recommended!
Amsterdam Time Travel
Ed van der Elsken (1925, Amsterdam -1990, Edam NL), 'enfant terrible' of Dutch photography, was a photographer and filmmaker who expressed his meetings with people in photos, photo books and films for more than 40 years. Here's a fragment of his 1965, black-white, 16mm film: Fietsen (Cycling)