There are multiple, nearly a dozen on a first search, companies trading directly on the Camino who do bike hire or bike-the-camino packages. If you want to do this it has to be worth your while to email each of them with your requirements. If your Spanish isn't up to it, mine certainly isn't, then Google Chrome (other mega-corporation search engines are available) will help with translation.That's the info I see from Google, but thought I'd ask. Kind of disheartening if no-one rents trikes.
I live in the US and was planning to make the trip with a few others. I'm not sure where I'd start, I know very little about the el Camino.Where do you live? It's no good telling you to bring your own if we don't know what transport you will be using. Is this a solo trip or will you have (do you need) help?
Where are you intending to start?
I live in the US and was planning to make the trip with a few others. I'm not sure where I'd start, I know very little about the el Camino.
That is a fine trike which folds. So why are you looking at renting a trike instead of taking that one?Thanks for the info. I have a Trident Spike, http://tridenttrikes.com/jouta-delta/products/spike/, it's a folding trike with 2 wheels in front, fenders on all the wheels, and a rack over rear tire.