If you choose not to bring your bike with you on your Ibizan holiday - and with airlines charging carriage these days for your bike & the possibility of loss or damage to your pride and joy during transit, there are good reasons to leave your bike at home.
If you do decide to take your own bike, make sure you’ve padded your bike bag to the max. Taking your own is tempting but it can be a heafty cost with budget airlines charging £50/€50 each way and can also be a risky choice if your bike gets damaged.
Renting charges do vary from shop to shop, for bike frame and duration of hire so it’s best to check each site beforehand. Most shops charge extra for pedal hire but will happily fit your own for free.
Amateur visitors who want to enjoy the beauty of Ibiza can also rent bicycles and ride along the charming country roads - it's the best way to see the small villages of the interior, and explore the culture, typical Ibizan cuisine and the peaceful way of life of the locals.
If you are a casual cyclist, then the local bike stores will also cater for you, with half day and full day rental options available. Helmets are not compulsory but are available to hire at all of the shops.
There are bikes for rent in most of the holiday resorts around Ibiza where you can hire road, mountain, touring and childrens bikes. Many of these stores are also specialist bike shops so you can pick up accessories & clothing if required.