Avoid the shuttles, the crowds, and the schedules
Experience Zion like no other!

OUR RAD EBIKES

Helmets and Bike Locks included

RadRunner

Half Day (4 hours)
$60
Full Day (8 hours)
$80
Hourly (After 5pm)
$20
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Our most Popular eBike cruiser!

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Rear basket and pole holders included to carry all the gear and essentials

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Single-speed with a step-thru frame

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Can carry one kid with passenger package or child seat add on

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Ideal for riders between 4'10 - 6'5

RadRover

Half Day (4 hours)
$75
Full Day (8 hours)
$95
Hourly (After 5pm)
$25
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Bigger Bike with a few upgrades

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4" Fat tires

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7 Speed-Gears

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Front Suspension

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Rear rack to strap down essentials (pole holders included)

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Ideal for riders between 5'4 - 6'5

RadWagon

Half Day (4 hours)
$75
Full Day (8 hours)
$95
Hourly (After 5pm)
$25
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Passenger Package

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Passenger seat and/or child seat sold separately

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325lb weight limit

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7-Speed Gears

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Front basket to carry essentials

ADD IT TO THE RIDE!

Passenger Package (RadWagon)
Thule Yepp Child Seat - $20 (Compatible with all bikes)
Passenger Package - $20 (RadRunner or RedWagon)
GoPro Hero9 - $35

BEST EBIKES|PRICE|EXPERIENCE

ADVENTURE STARTS HERE

Avoid the shuttle, the crowds, and the schedules! Ride your eBike at your own pace and time!

Located only a 2 miles from the Parks entrance next to the Hampton Inn and shuttle stop 6. Experience Zion like no other; Enjoy a half or full day of riding into the park, as well as several tours grasping some of Zion National Parks most glorified sights.

Every rental will include:

  • Bike Helmet
  • Bike Lock(s)
  • Storage basket or rack for all the essentials
  • Water bottle holder
  • Phone Mount
  • Brief but thorough orientation for eBike use
Greater Zion EBikes Springdale Utah Ebike Rentals Near Zion National Park

NEWS

Is Zion National Park E-Bike Friendly?

Is Zion National Park E-Bike Friendly?

Zion National Park is unique for many reasons. From its beautiful red rock cliffs to the stunning—and dangerous—Angels Landing, there are plenty of things that help make it the second most-visited national park in the country. But another detail that makes the park...

What Real E-Bike Riders Have to Say About Greater Zion E-Bikes

What Real E-Bike Riders Have to Say About Greater Zion E-Bikes

Renting an e-bike is a great way to explore Zion National Park. Use your e-bike rental to skip the lines for the Zion Canyon Shuttle, and ride from one trailhead to the next. Take a cruise through the park’s Lower Canyon to take in the scenery—something that you can’t...

The Ultimate Zion National Park Packing List

The Ultimate Zion National Park Packing List

Planning a visit to Zion National Park? Whether you plan to rent an e-bike in Springdale that you can use to zip around the park or fill your itinerary with some long hikes on Zion’s iconic trails, having the right gear can help you to enjoy a safe, fun vacation. What...

Safety Tips for E-Biking in Zion National Park

Safety Tips for E-Biking in Zion National Park

E-biking in Zion National Park is a fun and unique way to experience the park. You’ll get to feel the wind on your face as you cruise beneath Zion’s towering peaks. As an added bonus, you’ll get to skip the challenge of finding parking in Springdale or waiting in line...

How to Stay Safe Near Southern Utah’s Wildlife

How to Stay Safe Near Southern Utah’s Wildlife

Zion National Park is home to dozens of species of snakes, lizards, mammals, and more. Some of these creatures are more common than others. You’re likely to spot a rock squirrel while picnicking in the park. Or a mule deer while cruising along on your rental with...

There’s no bad time of year for visiting Zion National Park. From the long, warm days of summer to the lack of crowds in the winter, to the mild shoulder seasons, the park is truly a year-round destination. But if you’re planning a Zion e-bike rental during your stay,...

Wildlife You Might Spot on a Zion E-Bike Ride

Wildlife You Might Spot on a Zion E-Bike Ride

One of the best places for a Zion e-bike ride is Pa’rus Trail. Pa’rus means “bubbling water” in Paiute. The trail is aptly named, as it winds its way along the Virgin River as it carves through Zion’s Lower Canyon. It is 3.5-miles one-way and is paved and flat. It is...

What to Wear While E-Biking in Zion National Park

What to Wear While E-Biking in Zion National Park

Planning your first e-bike adventure? E-biking in Zion National Park is a fun way to explore the park with your whole family. But while you might not need bike gear to enjoy your ride, wearing the right clothing can help you to stay safe and comfortable. Keep reading...