Welcome to Bike Rental Delivery Bonaire, we have a mobile bike- and scooter rental company which various types of rental bikes and (retro) scooters and we deliver and picks up at your address on Bonaire.
We also take care fully organized bike tours on the island with a professional guide!
Due to our large fleet and transport options, we are also very suitable for larger groups.
Call +599 701441 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more info or reservation!
–>We deliver 7 days a week, even during holidays!
–>7 days a week from 8:00-20:00
–>In case of breakdown, also accessible before and after opening hours
–>Free transfer and pick up service on the entire Island
You can choose to pick up your rented bike, scooter or car and bring it back to one of our locations on Bonaire:
Bike Rental Bonaire Store, 17a Kaya Industria, Kralendijk
Bike Rental Bonaire Store, 54 Kaya Gob. N. Debrot, Kralendijk
But you can also use our free return and pick up service.
In that case, our service team will bring the rented vehicles and pick them up at a previously agreed location and time.
You can indicate this right at the time of booking
To be allowed to drive, you must have a valid driver’s license. Rotunda tiles are equal to international law, which means that traffic on the roundabout has priority over those who enter the roundabout. You may pass other cars, parked vehicles or groups of pedestrians. 40 km / h is the maximum speed in built-up areas, 60 kilometers per hour outside.
Never attempt to overtake a moving truck within the built-up area. When you pass trucks outside the built-up area, be alert to any unsecured cargo.
In the event of an accident, you must not leave the place of the collision if there is material damage, personal injury or the death of a person involved. Before you leave the location, your identification must be correctly registered by the authorities.
Be very careful with passing cyclists, especially in the dark. It is mandatory that bicycles have lighting, but the roads are poorly lit and there are many holes and potholes.
There are many stray animals, donkeys, goats, iguanas, on public roads. When approaching this, be extra careful.
Be extra careful after rainfall, because the roads will then be smoothed by water and other oil residues that will then float above.
A stop sign (on a sign or by the police) means that you really have to come to a complete stop.
The car must be in order, especially the lighting. A broken headlight on the car can result in a fine from the police.
When you leave the car, leave the doors of the lock, especially on the remote dive sites, to prevent fallow damage. Leave nothing of value in the car.
Take good account of one-way traffic streets in Playa (Kralendijk), because there are quite a few!
You must be 18 years old to be allowed to drive a motorcycle or car. Small children may only ride a bike or motorbike if a special child seat is fitted, or if the child is large enough to use the footrests safely. It is not allowed to drive on the petrol tank of an engine.
Please note that the tourist route along the coast on the northwest side is a one-way road, approximately 1000 steps from the dive site. This means that traffic that continues after this, must return via Rincon towards Playa (Kralendijk).
Always drive defensively. At a crossroads where you have priority, you do not always get priority! Be alert to traffic that does not take into account traffic rules.
Be extra alert at intersections, especially when driving on unpaved roads. The basic rule is that motorized vehicles that come from the right to an equivalent crossing have priority. This is not the case at T and Y junctions and unequal crossings! The traffic from the right must then wait! On Bonaire, equivalent crossings are often priority crossings, so that in almost all cases the traffic from the right does not take precedence! Wait in case of doubt.
All traffic that turns left must yield to all oncoming traffic on all roads.
All traffic from secondary roads must give priority to all traffic from the right and left.
Have priority over all other traffic:
– Police car with siren;
– Fire truck with siren;
– Ambulance with siren;
– Funeral procession;
– Military convoys.