Our 21-speed step-through electric bike is pedaled like a regular bike.
With both pedal-assist and a throttle your motor will help you power up hills, ride farther or keep up with your group.
You must be 12 years or older to ride an ebike (by Alberta law). More detailed information on the ebikes is available on the booking page.
Photo credit: Katie Goldie/Travel Alberta
Bring your child along for the adventure by renting an ebike with a Ride-A-Long trailer!
You’ll want to be a comfortable bike rider to pull your child. Your child can enjoy the Ride-A-Long option if they are able to:
ride a bicycle without training wheels
balance themselves, hold the handle bars and reach the pedals and
weigh less than 75 lbs (34 kg)
Happy children make for a happy life. Pre-book to ensure your family adventure, as there is only one Ride-A-Long trailer in the fleet.
Ebike with a
This option is for our youngest adventurers!
You’ll want to be a comfortable bike rider to pull your children. You can bring up to two wee-ones behind your ebike provided they are:
Less than 50 lbs (34 kg) each
Between 18 months up to 5 years old or with an upper body height of 60 cm (23.5")
Able to hold their head with a helmet
Buckled up and within the trailer at all times
Pre-book to ensure your family adventure, as there is only one trailer in the fleet.
Ebike with a trailer
Your child can explore with the rest of your group on this 18 speed mountain bike. A pedal bike option for those under 12 years old and too big for the trailer options.
The youth bike is intended for riders between 4’11” and 5’3” tall but can accommodate shorter/taller depending on their biking skill and comfort.
You’ll grab your bike from our shop located at the Badlands Community Facility (80 Veterans Way) two blocks east of the Visitor Information Centre and World’s Largest Dinosaur. There is lots of free parking on-site.
After a quick safety orientation, you can head off onto Drumhellers’ path system.
Your adventure is enjoyed best when you’re respectful of other explorers and travel safely. You are responsible for your safety and the bike.
Helmets are required to be worn by all riders at all times.
Ride on paths and streets following the safety rules. For example:
Ride on the right side of the road so that you’re going in the same direction as traffic.
Learn and use hand signals.
Use caution (Look left, right, and left again) and follow road signs at intersections
Ride within your skill level and abilities.
Be predictable and observant when riding
No alcohol or controlled substances (ie. cannabis) before or during your rental.
For the enjoyment of all users safety signs are provided along the pathway.