Bike hire - Paulette Bike hire - Paulette

Bike hire - Paulette


Paulette Bike

Bike hire – Paulette

The large range of bikes of all size
Open 7 days a week in season


What to expect

Paulette rents out bikes for you to explore the capital at your own pace.  Touring bikes, mountain bikes, electric bikes, tandem, bikes for children … Whatever your level of cycling, beginner or experienced, and whatever your age, there is something for everyone! You can also rent accessories: trailers, followers, saddlebags …

A team of enthusiasts is ready to welcome you all year round, and even 7 days a week from April to October, to offer you the ideal bike for a unique Parisian adventure. After your trip, you can either return to one of the regional drop-off points or to our Paris branch.

What is included :
> Bike rental for 1 day

> Equipment included for each bike: bike lock, helmet, a charger if electric bike

© Paulette Bike

Good to know about bike rentals

A deposit will be requested on site before departure (payment by credit card only). The amount will be returned to you when the bike is returned if no damage is observed. You can find our general rental conditions on our website.

Deposit amount for the 1st bike:
Touring bike or mountain bike: 200€
Electric bike: 500€
Tandem: 350€
Child’s mountain bike: 100€

Telephone number of the agency:


Open Monday to Sunday from 9.30am to 12pm and from 2pm to 6.30pm.


115 rue Brancion
75015 Paris
Public transportation
13Porte de Vanves

Customers also bought

  • Guided Tour of Belleville’s Street Art Photos Paris

    Guided Tour of Belleville’s Street Art

    Discover hidden gems of street art in Belleville during an immersive and unique guided tour. Local artists will guide you through the streets of this dynamic district to show you the best works of street art.
  • Night tour in 2CV : visit of Montmartre Photos Paris

    Night tour in 2CV : visit of Montmartre

    Immerse yourself in the bohemian atmosphere of Montmartre during a night drive in a 2CV. You'll explore the cobblestone streets and picturesque alleys of one of Paris' most iconic neighborhoods in an authentic French 2CV.
  • A stroll through Paris’s covered passages Photos Paris

    A stroll through Paris’s covered passages

    Built between the end of the XVIIIᵉ century and the early years of the Second Empire, let yourself be surprised by the covered passageways that make up the magic of Paris.