Bike Rentals & Shipping

Participants can select between four rental agencies. All will deliver and pick up bikes at the Hyatt Regency Crystal City at Reagan National Airport in Arlington. Click on the agency name to visit their website and reserve your bicycle.

Mt. Airy Bicycles
Contact: Larry Black
Telephone: 301-831-5151
Email

Big Wheel Bikes
Contact: Mike Sendar
Telephone: 703-522-1110
Email

Get Out and Go Tours
Contact: Tom Knoerzer
Telephone: 571-572-BIKE (2453)
Note: bike delivery to Arlington is at 4:30 p.m. Friday
Email

Bikes to Borrow
Contact: Sega Songha
Telephone: 202-684-2566
Email

When picking up your bicycle, bring your photo ID and a non-debit credit card. The participant must be present when picking up the bike to sign a liability waiver. If the rider is a minor, a parent or legal guardian will also need to be present.

Shipping your bike

We HIGHLY advise adaptive athletes to fly with their personal bike with them during air travel. Many airlines permit this at no additional cost. Download and read our free PDF-format Air Travel Guidelines, providing helpful information about traveling by air with your bicycle or handcycle. Please contact Rob Cant for further detail.

World T.E.A.M. has partnered with BikeFlights to provide for secure shipping of bikes to and from Face of America for all athletes traveling by air.

With BikeFlights, athletes can pack and ship their bikes using a local bike shop in their community, then pick up their bike at the host hotel in Arlington. The host hotel can then ship the bike back home following the event.

Find a local bike shop to ship your bike and one at your destination city to pick up your bike. Many bike shops will disassemble your bike and pack it, then reassemble it when it arrives. Note that your shop will need to be available to deliver your bike to your host hotel, and then pick it up following the event conclusion for shipping home – this is your responsibility to arrange.

Order a shipping box or case from the BikeFlights store. Learn more about properly packing a bike to protect it from damage during shipping.