Do it on a Bike

We Cycle

Official Green Transportation Partner of Fantasy Fest!

Pedal your way through paradise on a We Cycle bike with 3 convenient locations and free bike pick-up and delivery.

We Cycle Old Town:
326 Southard St. Key West
720b Caroline St. Key West

We Cycle New Town:
5160 U.S. 1 Key West

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FURY Key West Bike Rentals


15% off Bike Rentals with promo code is FANTASY

Valid October 18 - November 2, 2023

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Key Lime Bike Rental

Key Lime Bike Tours

122 Ann Street. Key West

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Road Safety Rules

  • Ride your bike on the designated BIKE ROUTES or in BIKE LANES on the road.
  • There is a lot happening on Duval Street, but you can’t ride your bikes on the sidewalks on Duval Street.
  • Bikes are the same as cars! Follow all usual traffic laws and signs.
  • Follow the rules of the road because you share the road with cars and other vehicles.
  • Never ride the wrong way down a one-way street.
  • Be careful in the dark. Always use bike lights at night and other reflective accessories. Neon body paint is good.
  • Chill and go with the Flow. That is, the flow of traffic.
  • Always ride on the right side of the street, going in the same direction as traffic.
  • Stay out of the middle of the street. Yes, we are talking to you.
  • Yield to pedestrians and chickens. Especially chickens and chickadees.
  • Be alert on Key West streets. We have a lot of travelers in cars, trucks, mopeds, golf carts, bikes, motorcycles, and on foot. It can be a veritable cluster of arbitrary objects on our roads.
  • Don’t drink and bike. Literally, don’t try to juggle a drink while navigating your two-wheeler.
  • Don’t get distracted while biking on the road with earphones or the voices in your head.

Secure Your Ride

  • Lock your bike to a bike rack. There are bike racks all over the island.
  • Use reliable locks to secure your bike. Rubber bands and silly string don’t work well.
  • Trees, fire hydrants, street signs, and private property aren’t places to lock your bike.
  • Do not leave valuables in/on your bike when it is unattended. This includes most things not attached to your body.

Costume Cycling Safety

  • Even ninjas have bike lights – be visible at all times!
  • Make sure your tutu isn’t blocking your bike light.
  • If you have a long wig, weave, or dreads, be sure they don’t get caught in the spokes.
  • Make sure your tights are spandex – you wouldn’t want a tear.
  • Make sure head gear doesn’t block your peripheral vision.
  • A costume with a short cape will increase your aerodynamics.
  • Safety pins and Velcro tabs are the best solutions for tails, capes, robes, tassels, drapes, and droopy body parts.
  • More than one person on one bike is tempting, but is not a good idea.
  • Make sure your tail has a proper resting place before you start biking. Don’t want to think about where to place your tail? Wear a nubby tail costume such as a polar bear, hedgehog, or bunny...
  • If you’re a storm trooper, you have built-in kneepads. That’s a plus for biking.
  • Make sure your wing weight is evenly distributed so you don’t lose your balance.
  • It’s hot here and when you’re biking, the less fur, the better.
  • Don’t let your tentacles get tangled.
  • Face paint is your friend and it won’t block your vision.
  • Make sure your costume lets your legs and arms move freely, even if you are a mummy.
  • Don’t let your heels get caught in your pedals.
  • Secure all hats on your head or you may lose them.