Bike rental in Aarhus
You can rent a Donkey Bike for longer than just a single ride.
Ride and pay at the end. The longer you ride, the cheaper it gets.
How it works
Rent a bike in a few clicks
Get the app to rent a bike from many locations, in many cities.
Unlock your rental bike
Find your bike at the pick-up location and unlock with the app.
Ride and keep the bike
Short or long rentals. Lock and unlock your bike as much as you like.
Return the rental bike
Return the rental bike to an available drop-off location, lock it and end your rental with the app.
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Aarhus cycling guide
Bike rental in Aarhus
Denmark’s second biggest city, Aarhus is very easy to cover on two wheels. With hundreds of Donkey Bikes serving the public, it is easy to get on a bike anytime. Download the Donkey Republic app and rent a bike in Aarhus.
Get in the fast lane
Aarhus has a mature bike infrastructure with 675 km of cycle lanes so it shouldn’t come as a surprise that half of the city’s population takes the bike to work/school every day. We have hundreds of pick-up locations where you can rent Donkey Bikes from in Aarhus.
How to explore Aarhus on a bike
Once you get your hooves on a two-wheeled companion, you are all set to explore culture, art and history, enjoy delicious Nordic cuisine and canalside hang-outs. Take your Donkey Bike in Aarhus to some of the best bars, beautiful parks, enjoy a strong coffee in one of the hippest cafes, have a feast in the best restaurants or simply get lost on your rental bike in Aarhus. If you are new in the city check out the top 15 things to do and some more on Theculturetrip.com
Sustainability at Aarhus 2018
30. July – 12. August 2018
This summer, Aarhus hosted the Hempel Sailing World Championships, 14 days of world class sailing right in the middle of the city. As their transportation partner, we helped their officials riding around town on Donkey Bikes. Using bikes instead of cars for Aarhus2018 reduced the event’s carbon footprint and kept the harbour city congestion free.