Sometimes tours can feel awfully crowded—all those people huddled together, trying to glimpse the same landmark. That's why Holoholo Bicycles keeps its 90-minute tours of historic Honolulu to a maximum of four bikers, who pedal past notable sights such as Iolani Palace and the Kamehameha Statue. All treks start at Holoholo's Chinatown storefront, which stocks a fleet of Allant seven-speed bicycles by Trek. Besides tours, those bicycles—along with a helmet, lock, and basket—are rented out to visitors for as little as 2 hours or as long as 24.
On Pedal Bike Tours' guided Hidden Honolulu tour, Waikiki isn't the main attraction—instead, bikers depart from Waikiki to adventure down hidden paths with no car traffic, check out local beaches, and even pedal past the Royal Palace. The team also offers a North Shore tour, with a customizable length that ranges from 2.5–15 miles, and general rentals, which allow bikers to explore the area sans guide.
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What's your idea of paradise? If it's tooling around tropical Oahu on a vintage '30s Schwinn, you might want to check out Cycle Paradise Hawaii. In fact, these guided tours of Waikiki are one step above that vision of bliss—these classic-looking bikes are actually high-tech electric vehicles requiring no pedaling. Modeled after bicycle designs of bygone decades, these two-wheelers by Vintage Electric Bikes won't spoil your tour with a loud motor or a view-blocking E.T. Take a look at some of the tours you can embark on:
Diamond Head Line: After a quick riding lesson, you'll cruise through town at about 20 mph, making stops at historical landmarks and local hangouts. The group then heads to the iconic Diamond Head, which offers excellent views of the island, the ocean, and Honolulu. Cyclists circle around the crater and dip into the volcano's core. Afterward, you'll make a snack stop—an açaí bowl in the morning or a Japanese lunch in the afternoon—and then ride back to the shop.
Shopping Tour: Cycle Paradise Hawaii offers daily trips through bike-friendly neighborhoods to the Kahala Whole Foods, where riders pick up snacks and organic groceries. It's a great way to get more familiar with alternative forms of transportation in Honolulu.
Helmets are provided to every tour-goer. Japanese-speaking staff members are available.
Aloha from The Bike Shop in Hawaii, offering you healthiest, most cost-efficient, most environmentally-friendly way to get around! The Bike Shop positions itself as more than just a bike shop, their motto is literally “Not Just Any Bike Shop… THE Bike Shop.” In addition to the state-of-the-art models that they have on display, the Bike Shop also features a unique catalog ordering service that allows you to acquire the latest and greatest in biking technology from practically anywhere in the world. They also have reasonably priced rentals on even the freshest models, making them the ideal place to test drive your next bike. The Bike Shop also runs a cycling club and sponsors a local Hawaii cycling team: The Tradewind Team.
Explore the Hawaiian Islands in style on a motorcycle! Imagine feeling the stress of your life melt away with the wind in your hair and the sun on your back. A Big Kahuna Motorcycle Tours and Rentals can make that dream a reality. A Big Kahuna carries a large selection of bikes, including Harley-Davidson, BMW, Honda, Suzuki, and Yamaha. They also rent mopeds, scooters, and bicycles. Rentals include everything needed to ride, including insurance and directions. The staff at A Big Kahuna are down-to-earth people that will make sure you have everything you need. All you have to do is reserve your bike and enjoy the ride.