Choose the type of bike that suits you

We rent out sturdy town bikes, child seats, child bikes, hybrid bicycles, electric bicycles, tandems and cargo bikes.

Bike with Handbrakes (Three Gears)

Available at: Central Station, Dam Square, Leidseplein, Vondelpark & City Hall

 

1 Hour

€ 7,50

3 Hours

€ 11,00

1 Day

€14,75

Extra Day

€8,00

Bike with Footbrake

Available at: Central Station, Dam Square, Leidseplein, Vondelpark & City Hall

 

1 Hour

€ 5,00

3 Hours

€ 7,50

1 Day

€9,75

Extra Day

€6,00

Bike with a Child seat

Available at: Central Station, Dam Square, Leidseplein, Vondelpark & City Hall

 

1 Hour

€ 9,00

3 Hours

€ 12,50

1 Day

€17,75

Extra Day

€11,00

Tandem

Available at: Central Station, Leidseplein, Vondelpark & City Hall

 

1 Hour

€ 10,00

3 Hours

€ 15,00

1 Day

€25,00

Extra Day

€25,00

Parent-Child Tandem

Available at: Central Station, Leidseplein, Vondelpark & City Hall

 

1 Hour

€ 10,00

3 Hours

€ 15,00

1 Day

€25,00

Extra Day

€25,00

Children’s Bike

Available at: Central Station, Dam Square, Leidseplein, Vondelpark & City Hall

 

1 Hour

€ 5,00

3 Hours

€ 7,50

1 Day

€9,75

Extra Day

€6,00

Cargo bike

Available at: Central Station, Leidseplein, Vondelpark & City Hall

 

1 Hour

€ 10,00

3 Hours

€ 15,00

1 Day

€25,00

Extra Day

€25,00

Electric Bike

Charger included.
Available at: Central Station

 

1 Hour

€ 10,00

3 Hours

€ 15,00

1 Day

€25,00

Extra Day

€25,00

Hybridbike

21-gears, panniers & anti-puncture kit.
Available at: Rijwielatelier de specialist
Reservation Required

 

4 Days

€ 20,00 / day

Longer than 5 Days

€ 19,00 / day

Longer than 10 Days

€ 18,00 / day

Traditional Cargo Bike

Dimension: 1.80 x 0,80 meters
Available at: City Hall

 

1 Hour

€ 10,00

3 Hours

€ 15,00

1 Day

€25,00

Extra Day

€25,00

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Our shops

MacBike has six bike rental shops in the city centre of Amsterdam

Central Station East

Oosterdokskade 151 -1, 1011 DL Amsterdam

Business Hours
Daily from 09:00 – 17:45

Telephone Number
0031 (0)20 811 51 10

Getting There
Tram 1, 2, 4, 5, 9, 13, 16, 17, 24, 26
Métro 51, 53, 54

Central Station North

De Ruiterkade 34B, 1012 AA Amsterdam

Business Hours
Daily from 09:00 – 17:45

Telephone Number
TBC

Getting There
Tram 1, 2, 4, 5, 9, 13, 16, 17, 24, 26
Métro 51, 53, 54

City Hall

Waterlooplein 199, 1011 PG Amsterdam

Business Hours
Daily from 09:00 – 17:45

Telephone Number
0031 (0)20 428 70 05

Getting There
Tram 9, 14
Métro 51, 53, 54

Dam Square

Rokin 36, 1012 KT
Amsterdam

Business Hours 
Daily from 09:00 – 17:45

Telephone Number
0031 (0)20 214 10 05

Getting There
Tram 1, 2, 4, 5, 9, 14, 16, 24
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Leidseplein

Weteringschans 2, 1017 SG Amsterdam

Business Hours
Daily from 09:00 – 17:45

Telephone Number
0031 (0)20 528 76 88

Getting There
Tram 1 ,2 ,5 ,7 ,10
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Vondelpark

Overtoom 45, 1054 HB
Amsterdam

Business Hours
Daily from 09:00 – 17:45

Telephone Number
0031 (0)20 683 33 69

Getting There
Tram 1, 3, 12
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Safe Cycling

Cycling in the city can be hectic, especially if you’re not used to Amsterdam-style traffic! Here are a few things to keep in mind after you rent a bicycle.

A Couple of Rules

Stay on the right path: Use the bicycle lane or track on the right-hand side of the road, marked out by white lines and bike symbols. Do not cycle on footpaths, shopping streets, pavements or highways.

Keep the cycle-free areas in mind: In front of Central Station and down the Leidsestraat is pedestrian-only area.  Leidseplein, Rembrandtplein and Waterlooplein are also cycle-free areas.

Don’t imitate the locals: Do not behave like many people hurrying through Amsterdam, by not giving right of way, charging through red lights or cycling through pedestrian areas. Stop for red (cycle) traffic lights. Always follow instructions given by the police. Disregarding the rules could cost you a fine of 50 euros.

Always lock your bike: Never leave your bike unlocked. Lock your bike to a bike rack, using two locks: one through the back wheel and one around the frame through the front wheel. Don’t park your bike in front of Central Station or on Dam Square. Do not leave anything behind on your bicycle.

Don’t park your bike everywhere: Always lock your bike securely and do no park on the road or in the path of pedestrians. Your bike will be removed if you don’t park it in the designated parking spots that are everywhere in town.

Avoid being an obstruction for other traffic: Look before you leap – so don’t turn or stop suddenly. Don’t dart out from between parked vehicles; Let others know what you’re planning to do – use hand signals and make eye contact. Be aware of trams and taxis (they often have right of way), trucks, mopeds and of course other cyclists.

 

Check Out the Video

Too much text? We have made a video to show all the rules to make sure you are safe when you ride a bike in Amsterdam. If you still have questions after watching this video, do not hesitate to contact us.

More information? Check out MacBike’s leaflet.

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