Centaur Cycles & Scooters

9 - 5:30 Tu - Fri
9 - 3:00 Sat

Phone (505) 471-5481
Your Subtitle text

Rental Bikes

Rent a motorcycle to cruise on the beautiful New Mexico roads. Centaur Cycles & Scooters is now renting motorcycles!!

Northern New Mexico has some of the most splendid riding with the nicest weather anywhere. Travelling through the mountains on a good handling motorcycle is a highly enjoyable and memorable experience. It's also fun to explore Santa Fe on a nimble, easy-to-park motorcycle.

Here's what we're providing:



Hyosung Avitar GV 650:  (Rental Season for this bike ends October 31st)

Treat yourself to a unique motorcycling experience that can best be described as sport cruising.  Tour the Southwest on one of our specially prepared Hyosung Avitars.  This is the bike Motorcycle News called “Simply the best performing and best equipped middleweight cruiser around.”  And motorcycle.com said “The Hyosung’s sophisticated frame and motor are so superior to (other) bikes that it’s almost unfair to compare them”  and “even the larger displacement (bikes up to 900cc) can’t touch this bike in performance and features.” 

Our Avitars are fully equipped with a custom seat, windshield, engine guard, luggage rack and passenger backrest.  
Please refer to our
rental rules.

Daily Rental Rates:
                                    1-2 days     3-6 Days    7 days or more
650 cc Motorcycle*      $135       $110/day      $99/day

* There is mandatory $15/day insurance for the 650 cc motorcycle plus $3 insurance fee.

All rates subject to change without notice. Discount rates apply to rentals paid in full before beginning of rental term.

                                               Reservations recommended.
        Call 505-471-5481 to reserve your scooter or motorcycle 
                            at Centaur Cycles & Scooters.


Northern New Mexico has some of the most beautiful roads to be found in the United States.  It is simply wonderful to ride them on a motorcycle.

Explore the Santa Fe Plaza area on your bike. Here's the Palace of the Governors which forms one side of the Plaza. It is now a history museum. Native Americans sit in the shade of its portal every day selling their wares.

And here's the St Francis cathedral built by Bishop Lamy of "Death Comes for the Archbishop" fame. It's just one block off the Santa Fe Plaza.

There are more rainbows to be seen in Northern New Mexico than we've ever seen anywhere.

Here is some of the magnificent red rock around the Abiquiu area where Georgia Okeefe lived and worked.

Bright yellow cow pen daisies bloom profusely in the fall which provides some of the most delightful riding weather you can enjoy anywhere.

Taos Pueblo is a beautiful one day ride from Santa Fe following wonderful mountain roads.

Here's the lovely Chama River you'll see curving spectacularly as you ride past.