• Island Time Ebike Rentals & Tours

    Island Time Ebike Rentals & Tours


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    Join us for a guided e-bike tour of Acadia National Park Carriage Roads. The tour starts every day at 10 am from Hull's Cove Visitor Center and lasts for four hours. During the tour, you will cover approximately 22 miles of the Carriage Roads, see multiple historic bridges, and have breathtaking views. There will be a quick break at the halfway point at the Jordan Pond House.

    If you prefer to explore on your own, we also offer ebike rentals starting from inside the park at the Acadia Visitor Center. From there, you can ride the Carriage Roads, Park Loop Road, Cadillac Mountain, and venture into the nearby villages of Northeast Harbor or Bar Harbor.

    If you plan to stay in the area for more than one day, we offer a delivery service for our ebikes. Any rental that lasts more than a day comes with free delivery of the ebikes to your home, cottage, hotel or campground. Alternatively, if your vehicle has a trailer hitch or a tailgate, you can pick up the ebikes from our store located in Southwest Harbor and head out towards the park.

    The Southwest Harbor area of the park boasts some fantastic riding opportunities. Our store offers free parking, and you can easily access the park by riding our ebikes for about a mile. Some of the highlights of this area are Seawall, Bass Harbor Lighthouse, and Western Mountains. The Western Mountains feature an impressive landscape that includes mountains, lakes, and the ocean.

    Visit our website at https://islandtimeebike.com/ to learn more.


    Out on a guided ebike tour.
    Don't let the wildlife hijack your ebike.
    A group of ebikes heading out on the Carriage Roads.
    Taking a break on the Carriage Roads.
    A stop at Duck Brook Bridge.
    Taking a break at Breakneck Pond.
    A ride down to Bar Island.
    A sunset ride on the Carriage Roads.
    Time for a picnic break.
    A stop at Otter Cove on a group ride.
    It's easy to ebike up Cadillac Mountain.

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