Biking in Hawaii

How To Register My Bike?  You can register your bike on various locations around the island.  Find addresses, phone numbers, and hours of those locations by clicking on "How To Register My Bike?"  All bicycles with 20" or larger wheels are required to be registered in the City and County of Honolulu. There is a one-time fee of $15 and a fee of $5 when transferring ownership of a bicycle. Lei of Parks:  A system of paths and bike lanes linking the City’s regional and local park and attractions - from Diamond Head to Aloha Tower.

Bikeshare Hawaii: Allows commuters to share the use of bicycles that they do not own. This gives you access to affordable transportation while lowering your carbon footprint to zero! You can pay by the half-hour ride, or purchase a long-term pass.

Bike Rentals: Renting a bike is a great way to get around town for a few hours. There are many locations around the island of Oahu where renting a bike is easy and economical. You can rent a variety of different bike (mountain, road, etc.) that are well maintained. Renting a bike is also a great way to try out a make and model before purchasing!

Bike Oahu:  Follow this link for a current and extensive map of bicycle routes around Oahu, including Suggested Routes for Novice Bicyclists, Suggested Routes for Experienced Bicyclists, and Routes Which Are Not "Bicycle Friendly."

Peoples Advocacy for Trails Hawaii (PATH), Safely Connecting the People and Places on Hawaii Island with Pathways and Bikeways.  PATH is a pedestrian and bicycle advocacy non-profit organization which started in 1986 and has since worked on .  Visit PATH's website to learn more about events, programs, Hawaii Island's bike map, and how you can take action.

Safe Routes To School:  Safe, convenient, and fun opportunities for children to bicycle and walk to and from schools. The Safe Routes To School National Partnership's mission is to “advocate for safe walking and bicycling to and from schools, and in daily life, to improve the health and well-being of America's children and to foster the creation of livable, sustainable communities” (Visit their About Us page). Safe Routes To School Infrastructure Grants information.