Information about Ridehunting


What's Ridehunting?

Ridehunting is a community rental market for all bikers, surfers, boarders, and skiers to rent affordable quality equipment anywhere in the world. Travelling with your equipment is a hassle and expensive. At Ridehunting we connect you with proper equipment whether it's for the land, sea, or mountains. Rent out your gear and equipment while it's not being used to make money! When Spinlister left the market it left a void -- we are here to fill it and pick up the mantle!! The Spinlister alternative.


Where is Ridehunting available? 

Ridehunting is available worldwide.

Who can join?

Anyone can join, but in order to maintain trust in the community not everyone can stay. We will continuously look through reviews and listings to ensure the right people are involved.

How much does Ridehunting charge? 

Ridehunting is free to list, use, and rent!! We charge a 15% transaction fee when a rental is made to the lister. So we only make money when you make money.

How do I rent gear on Ridehunting?

After creating an account, search through the listings for what you want. You can search by city, gear type, and price. When you find what your looking for, request it. The lister will confirm. Payment will not go through until all is said and done.

How do I rent my gear out? 

Renting your gear out is easy on Ridehunting. First create an account, list your ride with all required information and pictures. Don't forget to add a detailed description of whats offered. Add your availability and wait for a request to book. When someone books your studio an email will be forwarded to you for approval. Payment will be made when booking is confirmed.

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Does Ridehunting offer insurance? 

Unfortunately, at the moment, we do not offer insurance on any equipment, but we are working hard to get the same coverage Spinlister had.

As a precaution, we advise all listers to get photo ID of the renter.

Other questions? Contact us.

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