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Maui Bike Rides


Our E-Bike rentals are not suited or allowed on the Skyline Trail or any off road (Up Country) trail including the Makawao Forest Reserve or the Haleakala Crater Road downhill.


West Maui Loop - Advanced *Not to be ridden with our rental models*

This 60-mile loop ride goes around the West Maui Mountains, allowing you to enjoy the spectacular mountain and ocean views. The best way to start is early morning from Lahaina, following the route in a clockwise direction for added comfort and favorable winds behind you. This ride is not recommended for everyone, only more advanced riders should attempt this route. Instead, we suggest exploring one of the areas below.

Lahaina Town - Beginner

Lahaina has over a thousand years of rich history, and was the capital of the Kingdom of Hawaii from 1820 to 1845. From beaches to restaurants, Lahaina has some of the best attractions Maui has to offer. Lahaina’s Front Street has been ranked one of the “Top Ten Greatest Streets” by the American Planning Association. Enjoy a relaxing stroll, and if rest is needed, take a break under the massive Banyan tree located in the town square.

Ka'anapali - Beginner

Kaanapali Beach is three miles of white sand and crystal clear water and has been named America’s Best Beach several times. This former retreat for the royalty of Maui is now a popular getaway for the world. Kaanapali was Hawaii’s first planned resort complex and has become a model for resorts around the globe. Several hotels and condominium villages face this renowned beach. Also fronting Kaanapali, is the open air mall called Whalers Village. This world-class shopping complex boasts a variety of exceptional shops and restaurants, a renowned whaling museum and free Hawaiian entertainment. Kaanapali also has two championship golf courses, the Royal Kaanapali and the Kaanapali Kai.

Honokowai - Beginner

Located on the Lower Honoapiilani Rd between Kaanapali and Napili, the area known as Honokowai is known as a scenic bypass showcasing beautiful beaches, restaurants and accommodations.

Kapalua - Beginner

What is often referred to as “Heaven on Earth”, Kapalua is nestled in one of Hawaii’s largest nature preserves, the resort features a necklace of stunning white sand beaches, two marine sanctuaries, award-winning accommodations and two legendary world-class golf courses.


Maui North Shore Greenway Trail - Beginner

A 7-mile ride that runs between Kahului in Central Maui and Paia on Maui’s North Shore. You have two great options to enjoy this ride: One is to follow the trail that will bring you to the ocean side behind the Kahului airport runway. The other option is to veer off the trail and ride along through the peaceful neighborhoods in Spreckelsville. The route is a family-friendly, car-free ride that is best for beginners and riders who just want to enjoy the beautiful surroundings.

Park at either Kanaha Beach Park in Kahului or Kaunoa Senior Center at 401 Alakapa Place in Spreckelsville to access this 1.7-mile mostly-flat path. When the trade winds are gusty, you will work hard; think of the wind as providing the equivalent of a hill workout without a hill.

Add another 1.6 miles roundtrip to your ride by pedaling on quiet roads from Kaunoa Senior Center to Baby Beach in Spreckelsville. From the Kaunoa Senior Center parking lot, turn left onto Alakapa Place, then right onto Makahiki Street. Follow to the stop sign, turn left and take your second left turn to Baby Beach.

Coming from Paia? You can ride from Paia to Baldwin Beach on the other section of the North Shore Greenway. 

Mokulele Bike Path - Intermediate

This 5.9 mile path runs runs parallel to the Mokulele Highway between Hansen Road and the Piilani Highway. It’s best ridden in the morning, before the trade winds kick up.


South Maui Greenway - Beginner

An excellent choice for families and beginning bicyclists, this flat greenway along Liloa St. features night time lighting and offers an easy way to travel between the Kihei Regional Park/Lokelani Intermediate School and E. Waipuilani Rd. It is less than a mile long.

Polo Beach to Ahihi Kinaui - Intermediate

Park at Polo Beach Park (by the Fairmont Kea Lani) and follow Makena Road along the coast past White Rock Beach, Makena Landing and the Keawala’i Church. Take the cobblestone pathway (carefully) then follow the pavement to return to Makena Alanui Drive. Ride past the entrance to Makena Beach State Park. The road narrows and enters Ahihi Kinau Preserve. Enjoy the great ocean views and the remnants of Maui’s last known lava flow as you ride towards La Perouse. The road becomes very bumpy and if you have a road bike, you’ll want to turn around. No worries, this is an out and back route, with lots of places for taking a cooling ocean dip along the way! Approximate distance: 10 miles.

Kihei to Wailuku Loop - Advanced

Travel North Kihei Road along the ocean and past Kealia Pond National Wildlife Refuge. Turn right at the Honoapiilani Highway to ride toward Wailuku. Turn right onto the Maui Lani Parkway to the Kuihelani Highway. Turn left and proceed to Puunene Avenue. Turn right onto the Mokulele Highway to join the Mokulele Bike Path, to take you back to North Kihei Road.