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We know that the only way to really put a mountain bike through its paces is to ride it in its natural habitat, and that's why The Hub offers our Mountain Bike Demo Program. 

Whether you're an experienced MTB shredder looking to explore a new tire platform and dial in the latest tech, or a greenhorn ready to take the plunge, you can ride one of our demo fleet bikes to a trail of your choosing for just $75 a Day!*

Our demo bikes can travel with you as far as Cuyuna or stay right here in the city, it's all up to you! Visit MORC for a list of the awesome trails we have near the Twin Cites.

Call or come in to our Minnehaha ave location reserve a bike, and on your assigned day we will get a bike ready (suspension adjustments and saddle height) just for you!

The Hub's demo program is comprised of bikes from Jamis, Giant, Liv, Marin, Felt and Heller. Our demo-able bikes for 2017 are:

Giant Anthem 2
Liv Pique 3
Heller Shagamaw Deore
Jamis Eden Expert
Jamis Komodo Expert
Jamis Roughneck
Marin Hawk Hill

Terms and Conditions:

*MTB demo rate is $75 for one day.  This fee can be applied to the cost of a new bike if the bike is Mountain Bike or Fat Bike with a retail price exceeding $1300 if it is purchased from The Hub Bike Co-op within two weeks after the demo bike is returned.

-Customer can only keep the demo bike one day.  The demo bike must be returned by 7pm the next day on weekdays or by 5pm the next day on weekends. If the customer does not return the demo bike by the next day, they will be charged a non-refundable fee of $75 per day for four days, after which they will be charged for the full purchase price of the bike.  If they are charged for the bike, they will not be charged any fees.

-The Demo Agreement signer will be liable for any major repairs needed. The customer assumes all liability for the bike while it is in their possession and if the bike is returned in a condition where repairs exceed the value of the bike then the customer will be charged the full retail price of the bike.  When the customer returns the bike, our service department mechanics will do an “in the door” check to make sure the bike is in satisfactory condition." Satisfactory Condition” is defined as the bike needing only minor adjustment such as would be fixed in a complete tune.  Wear and tear is fine, broken components are not.

-Issues that the customer will be charged for include, but are not limited to: Frame cracks or deep scratches or fractures, scratches/gouges on fork stanchions or shock piston, tires that don’t hold air or with cuts, rims with flat spots/dents or untrueable misalignment, bent rotors, derailleurs damaged by impact. If a component needs to be replaced, the customer will be charged for the part and labor to replace it.

-Mountain and Fat Bike Demos from The Hub are not to be used for races or other competitive events.  Demos are intended for recreational purposes only.