fbpx

It has been an absolute thrill to get out in the warm Indianapolis summer sun and ride our Rad Rover Power Bikes and Juiced Bikes. When looking for bicycle rentals in Indianapolis, or even electric bike rentals, there are quite a few options out there but very few will match up to the customized experience you will find when riding with us. You are sure to enjoy some of the easiest, quickest, and most durable e-bikes on the market, while also receiving excellent instruction from our trained staff.

Jim Yanan - Owner of EZ E-Bike Rentals
Jim Yanan, owner of EZ E-Bike Rentals, is shown here riding along the Pennsy Trail, conveniently located right next to the EZ E-Bike Rental warehouse.

We are excited ⚡⚡ to adventure out there and feel the breeze of the wind against our faces as we twist the throttle of the 🚴 handlebar. Here’s to some great adventures and we hope you will follow along and share your experience as well.

Jim & Tanya Yanan - Owner of EZ E-Bike Rentals
Jim & Tanya Yanan – Owner of EZ E-Bike Rentals

Experience the convenience & freedom of eco-friendly electric e-bikes. Affordable, environmentally-friendly electric bicycles that are fun for the whole family!

Visit Us at 12018 Warehouse Rd in Indianapolis, Indiana or you can call/text 317-207-0880.

Book an EZ E-Bike Rental today!

Join the Conversation

2 Comments

  1. Thanks so much Tanya and Jim! Rob and I had the best experience with EZ E Bike Rentals. From the first call with Tanya, to the in depth answers to all our questions, and finally the ride! Jim made sure we got all the answers to our questions and also made sure we knew just exactly what we needed to know with the Radcity E bike. We drove from Pittsburgh Pa to Indianapolis In just to try these bikes. In just one morning we ordered our 2 new Radcity E bikes! So in short, try before you buy at EZ Ebike Rentals! You’ll be so Glad you did!

  2. My wife is the hard sell. We have been considering e bikes for a while. After research I had decided on the RadCity. My wife wanted to ride one before we bought one. We drove 350 miles to Indianapolis because it was the closest place to have them. Well, that’s not true, a place outside of Detroit was actually 347 miles. But they have snow. So, no. We talked about the bikes, with Jim, for a bit then we donned the helmets and wheeled the RadCities out the door. Before he let us take off he had to see that we were comfortable on the machines. He had us ride a block and come back. My wife didn’t even make it to the stop sign before she was shouting the bikes praises. “This is the coolest thing ever.” It made me think of that scene in Ghostbusters when Dan Ayckroyd slid down the fire pole. Despite it being a cold day and our faces frozen we had an enjoyable ride on The Pennsy Trail. It was a good day.

Leave a comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *