Whether you’re on the tree-lined lanes of a park, unpaved forest paths or churning out kilometres on tarmac, choosing the right rental bike is essential to get the most out of every ride! The geometry and material of the frame, suspension, drivetrain, tyres, crown and sprocket set are some of the features that differentiate one type of bike from another.
Decathlon Rent is an exclusive Decathlon service that allows customers to rent sports equipment across Italy. With an extensive range of items available to rent, Decathlon Rent can satisfy equipment needs across a wide variety of sports. You can rent sports equipment from authorised Decathlon stores and also from our authorised rental partners at sports venues.
The Decathlon shops and partner vendors where you can rent equipment will differ according to the sport you are interested in. Enter the place, sport and date in the search bar on the home page to see a map showing all the available collection points.
Renting the sports equipment you want is quick and easy. You can go to one of our authorised Decathlon stores and ask our staff about renting equipment available in-store. If you want to make sure you get the equipment you need, try the online reservation service rent.decathlon.it and get ready for your day of sport.
Online reservation of the sports equipment you need is fast, simple and secure. Simply go to rent.decathlon.it and select a collection point, the sport and the rental period. Once the items you want are in your basket, log into your personal account to pay the 20% deposit. You will receive a confirmation email that you will present at the store when you collect the reserved equipment and pay the 80% balance of the rental fee.
There are many types of bikes available for adults and children cyclists. Choose a multi-purpose, easy-to-use bike as an environmentally friendly way to get around town. Or try a folding bike that you can take with you on public transport. A road bike with an aluminium or carbon frame will certainly take you places on paved routes. For rough terrains, choose a sturdy mountain bike with front-only fork suspension or a full suspension model with front and rear shock absorbers. If you want greater agility, you want an all-mountain bike whose special geometry is designed for improved climbing and descending. And for the toughest climbs..... why not try a full or front-only suspension pedal-assisted MTB! You can rent 20″ or 24″ bikes for youngsters. Rent from €12 a day for a city bike for the period of time that suits you, and don’t forget to rent the accessories you’ll need for your trip!