A moped lets you see your city up close and personal, granting the mobility necessary for squeezing down narrow streets, navigating back roads, and popping a wheelie in front of frightened, rickshaw-bound tourists. Dust off your sightseeing boots with today's Groupon: for $14, you get a half-day standard moped rental at Hawaiian Style Rentals (a $29 value).
Hawaiian Style Rentals allows wheel-less travelers to unearth the geographical jewels of the Honolulu area by providing them with their own terrain-traversing two-wheeler. Sight-seeking scooter-ists can spend four hours cruising to historic landmarks, such as Pearl Harbor and Bishop Museum, or explore the white sands and crystal water of Lanikai and Kailua. Chug along to Hanauma Bay, the island of Oahu's premier snorkeling beach, whose reefs are home to a menagerie of marine life. From there, you and a recently acquainted sea turtle can opt to mosey to the volcanic tuff cone of Diamond Head or pick a pineapple at the colonial Dole Plantation. All of Hawaiian Style's standard mopeds are fully automatic, attaining top speeds between 35 and 40 mph, and the friendly scooter staff is happy to provide instruction for first-time riders, as well as helmets, locks, and maps.
- This really was the most fun day we had on our trip.... it was easy to find, quick to pick up, easy to check back in and oh so much fun on the road! – MystikalPowers, TripAdvisor
- I was nervous since I've never ridden a scooter before and they helped me feel at ease. They even ran around the block with me (twice) while I rode the scooter until I felt comfortable to go out on the streets. – Kimmy T., Yelp
Hawaiian Style Rentals & Tours
Hawaiian Style Rentals mobilizes island sightseers with zippy two-wheeled transporters and expert-guided tours. Fully automatic standard mopeds pack 49 cubic centimeters of power that can propel riders to speeds of up to 40 mph—nearly the same speed of a saddled Road Runner. Following a brief lesson, riders embark with locks and helmets as they explore a complimentary map’s worth of suggested routes, including sojourns past Diamond Head Crater and the North Shore.
2556 Lemon Rd.
Honolulu, Hawaii 96815Get Directions