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Barcelona bike rentals – comparative chart

Posted by admin on Wednesday September 29th 2010. Comment now

Since folks started offering bicycle tours and rentals to tourists a few years back, quite a lot of businesses have come onto the market and there's been something of a price war. So I thought it would be interesting to compile a brief guide to who charges what. Barceloneta Bikes almost always make good on their "best hire rates in the city," although I have no idea what kind of bikes they use. I'm a big fan of Classic Bikes' mid-priced models. And given their prices My Beautiful Parking must be doing something else that is really special to get any business at all. Some of them are vague on opening hours, and a couple on whether a day means 24 hours or not. Anyway, here you are.

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