Roll's ebike and stand up paddle boards are the perfect way to enjoy Durango like a local.
eBike out to Lake Nighthorse, Trimble Hot Springs, James Ranch or up to Fort Lewis College. When you rent an ebike Roll will deliver it to your door (Airbnb, hotel, home) within 10 miles of Durango or to Memorial Park on the 13-mile Animas River Trail.
Roll offers 2, 4, and 8 hour + discounted multi-day and weekly eBike rentals. And, we offer 3 or 5 hour SUP rentals delivered directly to Oxbow Park put-in on the calm section of the northern Animas River (no rapids!).
Our high quality selection of ebikes and SUPs will get your romantic or family vacation started off right —exploring a gorgeous mountain town with ease! No sweat, just big smiles.
Roll is all about connecting people to a unique outdoor experience in our beautiful mountain town. At Roll, we are inspired by unplugged moments with family and friends. Roll makes a romantic or family fun adventure possible for all ages and abilities.
Roll is constantly improving and innovating better ways to experience our great outdoors while dedicating ourselves to a more sustainable way of doing business. Our unique ebikes are powered by solar electricity, so you can take advantage of our sunny state of Colorado while cruising around town. We deliver your ebikes and paddle boards by a hybrid electric car. Check out other Sustainable Businesses in Durango and eat and shop your values.
Whether you're riding an ebike or stand up paddle board, there's no better way to see Durango than from the Animas River. At over 13 miles in continuous length, the Animas River Trail runs from Oxbow Park to Dallabetta Park. Throughout your ebike journey you'll cruise along the scenic Animas River, seeing wildlife, rafting, fishermen, and more.
Our stand up paddle board adventures start at Oxbow Park and Reserve and end at the 32nd Street Bridge. Order a gourmet lunch from ROLL and picnic on the beach before your float! This easy Animas River float is 1.3 miles long and is ideal for beginners and families alike, as there are no rapids, just clear, calm waters.
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