Electric Bike Place

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Electric Bike Place

16881 Hayes St
Grand Haven, MI 49417
Regions: Central
Phone: (800) 622-4655
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With the Tesla Model 3 pre-orders surpassing 400,000, you may find yourself wondering if you too should jump on the bandwagon. Well, we have an alternative electric-powered option for you at a fraction of the cost. Enter electric bikes! They might not have Ludicrous Speed Mode, but they are tons of fun and great for the environment. Rent or buy yours today! Bikes are available to rent hourly, daily or even weekly and are a great and easy way to get around town, to the beach or even as an exciting new take on date night. 

Give MACkite a call at 800.622.4655 and we will get you out enjoying the fresh air on an electric bike today!

We would be honored in assisting you in finding the best electric bicycle for you. Not only do we have knowledgeable staff, we also try every bicycle that is in our shop so we can give you honest reviews without all the fluff. If you would like to test a bicycle, we have a multi-terrain track that allows you to hit hills, pavement, and off-roading all in one place. We also have bicycle classes, rentals, and corporate electric bike rentals. Plus, if something were to happen, we’re here for basic maintenance and repairs as well as any warranty claims. 

Since the beginning, 1981 to be exact, MACkite’s slogan has been, “Where FUN begins!” That mantra still holds true for our staff and our culture, and we wish nothing more than to give you the best experience possible.

Monday Monday: 10am to 8pm
Tuesday Tuesday: 10am to 8pm
Wednesday Wednesday: 10am to 8pm
Thursday Thursday: 10am to 8pm
Friday Friday: 10am to 8pm
Saturday Saturday: 10am to 5pm
Sunday Sunday: 12pm to 5pm

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