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Where to rent a motorcycle in Barcelona

Written by Emma

One of the most exhilarating and fun ways to explore Barcelona would have to be by motorcycle. Not only can you zip past all the traffic, you can turn into small avenues and see the city in a whole new light. Unsurprisingly there are a huge range of motorcycle rental companies to choose from to facilitate that need for speed. If you want to blast down the streets of Barcelona in full leathers then check out this list to see which rental companies are the best, the cheapest, or have the most flexibility in terms of rental opportunities.

Cooltra motors Barcelona

Motorcycle rentalThis motorcycle rental company is one of the best in the city. Cooltra is a big franchise with shops located all across Barcelona. With this rental company, you need not worry if you have little experience riding a motorcycle as the excellent staff will give you a quick lesson and you’ll be filled with confidence when you see the level of their expertise. They have a huge range of motorcycles on offer along with many added bonuses. If you use their convenient booking system online you can get a 10% discount on your rental. Cooltra also offer highly rated guided tours so you can learn a bit of Barcelona’s history in the most exciting way possible. If you are concerned about the environment, this rental company are the only company to hold electric scooters within their range. The staff speak perfect English so you won’t have to worry about any misunderstandings and the rental rates are good value.

IMTBike tours and rentals

IMTBike tours and rentals pride themselves on their excellent range of bikes, with a key focus on new models so quality and maintenance will never be an issue. You can rent motorcycles here for long periods of time, so if you are planning on a big trip with lots of exploration, or you are spending some time in Barcelona for studies or business then IMTBike would be a great option for you. This rental company also specialises in guided tours that escape the city, their most popular being a trip to the Pyrenees but they also have options for central Spain and the surrounding countries in Europe. Another great aspect of these tours is that accommodation is included. The rental costs here are competitive, IMTBike is a well-established company and you can certainly put your full trust in their service.

Barcelona moto rent

This is one of the cheapest motorcycle rental companies in Barcelona. Barcelona moto rent offer prices starting as low as €15. This rental company doesn’t quite seem to have the same level of passion and experience as the other rental companies, but if you just want to have a bit of fun for the day at a reasonable price then this company may be the best fit for you. You can book easily online and the shop is located quite conveniently just off Plaça de Catalunya. Another bonus to this company is two helmets, as well as insurance, are included in the price.

Mondo rent

Renting motorcyclesAt this rental company you can rent anything from a motorcycle to rollerblades, and even a smart car. This company offers driving lessons as well as trips with an experienced member of staff as your driver so you can enjoy the trill of the ride while being able to appreciate the views. If you are a returning customer at Mondo rent they offer a coupon for a discount on your next rental with them if you book online. While their range of bikes isn’t the broadest due to renting out other vehicles alongside motorcycles, Mondo rent is another great option for a spontaneous experience for those who want to go on an adventure for the day but do not know much about motorcycles.

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Emma

Emma is a psychology student and writer with an interest in art, travel, culture, food and wine.

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