Our shiny and sharp fleet of Freedom Flyer bikes are built for any speed. Cover our Resort's legendary 429 acres, as well as the historic Cape Cod Bike & Rail Trail, which crisscrosses our property and carries you from one quaint stop to another.
The Cape Cod Bike and Rail Trail is a 26-mile spectacular journey that begins in Dennis, winds through Ocean Edge, and extends all the way to the National Seashore. The historic trail is a haven for bikers, walkers, and joggers, and is dotted with plenty of opportunities to visit beaches and ponds, or to grab lunch or an ice-cream cone.
Rental Shops are located on both the Mansion and Village sides of the Resort.
Opening May 18
8:00am – 6:00pm
Opening May 25
8:00am – 6:00pm
*In the off-season, bike rentals are available upon request and weather permitting.
2 hours: $15
4 hours: $22
Full Day: $35
2 hours: $10
4 hours: $18
Full Day: $25
*Helmets are included with all rentals and required by Massachusetts law for all riders under 16 years old.
Ocean Edge Club Members receive a 15% discount on bike rentals with presentation of Membership Card.
At Ocean Edge, you can hop on the Cape’s 26-mile Bike & Rail Trail, a winding, wooded, rather bucolic path that brings hours of pleasure. But if you decide to venture off the trail, Brewster is as biker-friendly as they come. As long as you’re not training for the Tour de France, the sidewalks are safe and pleasant for the casual biker. Our advice is to keep to your right, to yield to others when you can (veer onto the grass if your biking skills allow) and to understand when others cannot do the same for you – just smile. Everyone here does so, often and regularly.
From the Mansion side, take a right out of the Mansion gates onto Route 6A. Take a left at “The Villages at Ocean Edge” sign and the White House reception area onto Villages Drive. Continue on Villages Drive until you see signs for the bike path entry on the right. If you pass the guard shack, you have gone too far!
Follow Villages Drive down the hill as if you are exiting the property on the Route 6A side. Pass the guard shack on the left and look for a sign to the bike path that leads to the bike trail on the left.