Five Ways to Enjoy Bike Riding in Niseko

Green season is here! Time to pack away the skis or board and grab a bike. Rhythm Niseko’s bike rentals will be available at 30% off, making this summer the perfect time to explore the outdoors on two wheels. Here are our favourite ways to get it done!

1. Grab an e-Bike and Go on Tour. 

Discover the beauty of the Niseko area on two wheels! Rent a KONA Remote so you can explore parts of Hokkaido you never thought you’d see. The Kona Remote is lightweight and provides long lasting pedal assistance, along with shock absorbers to make your ride comfortable and racks so you can carry everything you need. Rent it now at 30% off!

2. Join the Locals and Ride & Shine!

Rhythm’s hugely popular social rides will kick off again soon! Join us from June 2nd to meet like-minded locals who love the two-wheeled life. 500yen to rent a bike or bring your own and ride for free.

3. Pump it Up!

RHYTHM’S PUMP TRACK IS BACK, BABY! Have fun, get fit and increase your skills on our portable bike track, available to use for free from June at Rhythm Base!

4. Stick to the Roads 

The roads around Niseko are great for road riding! There is loads of variety too, from cruisy flats to heart pumping steeps, it doesn’t matter if you’re an athlete or just a beginner! Rhythm can provide the wheels you need, including race bikes and touring bikes. 

5. Hit the Dirt Trails!

Mountain biking is an increasingly popular sport in and around Niseko, which means more and more trails are being built and maintained. Drop into Rhythm for more information and also for any bike servicing along with everything you need for rent. We have bikes and protection suitable for anyone from downhill riders to kids giving off-road riding a first try.

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