Pedego Franklin is like heaven when you’re shopping for an electric bike. The experience is unmatched anywhere on Earth.
We are passionate electric bike experts who treat our customers like dear friends because that’s exactly what you are to us. We put our hearts into helping you find the perfect electric bicycle, and making sure you get the most out of it.
When you walk into Pedego Franklin, you’ll find a welcoming and comfortable atmosphere where you’ll be treated like family.
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Explore all that Franklin has to offer on a relaxing Pedego electric bike rental.
Locks & helmets are included with every rental.
We visited Franklin on my birthday and that this was the BEST EXPERIENCE EVER! By far the highlight of my trip. The only thing better than riding the bikes was the customer service! Bob and his wife were the sweetest people I've met in a long time. Wonderful location, awesome activity, and amazing owners - I wish I could give more than 5 stars!
Myself and 11 of my closest girlfriends had a wonderful Bachelorette Weekend in Franklin and a highlight was the ride to Leiper's Fork. Pedego went above and beyond to aid us in celebrating by personalizing the bicycles with fun phrases and streamers that went along with my weekend.
I had never tried the Electric Bike before but it was so much fun. The owners were suer friendly. Great Experience. Something fun to do the near downtown Franklin, TN.
Our previous plans cancelled last minute and I found myself frantically looking for a plan B afternoon date. Luckily, Pedego was better than plan A ever would have been. We did the Make it a Date for two option and thoroughly enjoyed ourselves. The lunch was fantastic and we could not have had more fun.
When in Franklin, this is a must. Bob took me on an amazing, beautiful and scenic ride to Leiper’s Fork. Was the best way to start off my time here. Bob and his wife give you the best of southern hospitality.
Enjoy a fun and educational guided tour with a history buff! While riding through the 16 block historic district and taking in the sights, you will learn about the Civil War, and life before and after the Battle of Franklin. Some of the sights include churches, historic homes and buildings, Hincheyville, and many others.
Join us on a ride to Leiper’s Fork, our most popular tour. This ride is a guided 30 mile round trip ride on scenic country backroads on pedal assist electric bikes with plenty of photo opportunities along the way. Upon arrival to Leiper’s Fork, there will be a short break for drinks and snacks. You do not need to be an experienced cyclist to participate in this ride, but you do need to be able to confidently ride a bike.
Combine an all day bike rental with the purchase of a Battle of Franklin Value Ticket and be on your own schedule. The value ticket includes admission for a guided tour at Carter House, Carnton, and Lotz House. First tour begins at 9:00 a.m. and last tour begins at 4:00 p.m. Value ticket can be purchased separately for $30 each at any time from Pedego Franklin.
Grab a friend or your significant other and enjoy a leisurely bike ride to the destination of your choice. Take your time and enjoy your company as you have two hours to get away and enjoy a picnic lunch. This ride includes 2 bikes for 2 hours, and a delicious and filling picnic lunch for two from one of Franklin’s favorite eateries.
Not so much into history? Enjoy a guided leisurely ride through Downtown Franklin. If this is your first visit to Franklin, this tour must be the first thing on your to do list! See what Franklin has to offer and learn some fun facts along the way. On this tour you can make note of all the places you would like to visit or experience, and then make your plans accordingly. Make this tour the first thing on your to do list!
Go back in time and enjoy a leisurely ride through the quaint neighborhood of Hincheyville, considered Franklin’s first subdivision, and several other downtown Franklin streets and neighborhoods to see many of the old historic homes and hear about some of the interesting stories behind them and the unique people who lived there.