Frankfurt am Main

Some time ago we were asked to help someone find a bicycle hire company in Frankfurt am Main. The questioner wanted to cycle round the Riesling Route (a route suggested by Judith and I: Mainz - Rhine Valley - Koblenz - Moselle Valley - Trier - Metz - Nancy - Strasbourg - Karlsruhe - Mainz). I contacted the tourist office and at that time I had great difficulty finding anything at all apart from DB German Railways city bike scheme: Call a Bike which offers very distinctive city bikes that one can pick up anywhere in the city and drop them off elsewhere paying only for the time one uses them. They are not much use for cycle touring, but are ideal if you wish to explore Frankfurt’s miles of cycle routes.

Since then we have kept our eye on the market and several new more companies have come to light offering bikes more suited to the touring cyclist:

Die Radprofis. Kai Hundertmarck und Theo Intra

Westerbachstraße 273

65936 Frankfurt am Main

Tel.: +49 (0) 69 / 34 27 80

www.intra-radsport.de

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Hex Hex Fahrradladen

Owner: Berthold Gentzler

Gutleutstraße 156

60327 Frankfurt am Main

Tel.: +49 (0) 69 / 23 34 44

Fax: +49 (0) 69 / 23 34 94

www.hexhex-fahrraeder.de

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Die Fahrradscheune

Alt Harheim 27

60437 Frankfurt am Main

Tel.: +49 (0) 6101 / 489 58

www.fahrradscheune.de

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Shokes GmbH

60435 Frankfurt am Main

Eckenheimer Landstraße 431

Germany

Telefon: 069 / 747 398 94

Telefax: 069 / 747 398 95

E-Mail: info@shokes.de

Web: http://shokes.de/ (in German)

Bikes from 20€ a day. Reduction in daily rate when bikes hired for longer period.

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intra spiel + sport GmbH
Westerbachstr. 273
DE-65936 Frankfurt-Sossenheim
Telefon: 069 - 34 27 80
Telefax: 069 - 34 74 94
Email: info@intra-radsport.de

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MainVelo e. K.
Adresse
Alt Harheim 27
60437 Frankfurt
T:    06101 48958
email: info "at" MainVelo “dot de
Internet: www.MainVelo.de

This company offers tandems, trikes and folders. I have the impression they wish to hire out bikes for you to test to decide what to buy rather than being a normal hirer.

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I don’t know if all of these organisations can speak English, but I expect so.


If you are going to cycle for a week or so, it is worth taking your favourite saddle and click pedals if you use them.

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