BIKO is open all year. Our shop is open from the 1st May to the 30th of September
Tuesday-Sunday 9-13 / 15-19
When our shop is closed, October-April, you can find us online.
On Monday the shop is closed so we can rest a bit and be fresh and happy for you (but works as a meeting point in case of private tours).
Closed for Easter day and Christmas day.
Out of office hours email us, we are always connected and will respond quickly.
Once we make sure we have availability, we will require a little booking fee via Paypal of 250 CZK or 500 CZK or 1000 CZK (depends on the number of participants or bikes to rent). We will send you a link to our payment portal.
The fee will be taken off the price of the tour when you pay the rest on the day of the tour.
If you cancel 48 – 0 hours before the tour, the booking fee will be not refunded. Please, check the weather a few days before and if you don’t like it, try to cancel 48 hours before so you don’t lose the fee.
Our shop is located in a smart position along the river so you can immediately get to the most important cycling path in Prague. Prague public transport is fast and efficient.
If you come with tram number 17, 7 or 3 you can stop at Vyton and then walk from there: Map
If you come with tram number 10 or 16 stop at Palackeho Namesti stop and then walk from there: Map
If you come by yellow metro stop at Karlovo Namesti and exit the metro following the sign Palackeho Namesti and then walk from there: Map
If you come with the red metro stop in Vysehrad and walk from there: Map
These tickets may be of interest to visitors (prices valid from July 2011):
Children under 15 years get the discount. Children under 6 years travel free of charge.
As you can see, the 24-hour or 3-day tickets are not economical unless you plan to travel more than 4 times a day for 90 minutes (6 hours).
Tickets can be bought at various places:
Validate your ticket by slipping it into one of the yellow boxes in the tram or bus, as soon as you board. In the metro, validation boxes are located inside the stations before the stairs. After having changed the tram/bus, there is no need to validate it again. Be sure to keep it handy until it expires.
Tickets are not checked upon boarding, but uniformed or plain-clothed ticket inspectors often make the rounds asking to see your ticket. One problem is false inspectors who most often ride the trams between “Malostranske Namesti” and Prague Castle – these deceivers can be detected by asking for the identity card and badge which should be possessed by every inspector. An unstamped ticket is invalid – it will be confiscated, and you will incur a 700 CZK fine. Even though “riding black” seems easy in Prague, you should invest in the cheap ticket for the simple reason that Prague’s transportation works perfectly and it functions on the honor system – help it stay that way. (source:Wikipedia)