Experience an outdoor adventure on Maui with your whole family!
Experiencing the summit of Maui’s majestic Haleakalā volcano is something everyone should do at least once in their lifetime. Our Maui downhill bike tours are a great way to see the island and make some unforgettable family memories. All our tours are self-paced, meaning they’re casual and relaxed, and our downhill routes mean that confident riders of almost any age can enjoy the journey together.
It’s All Downhill From Here…
In our part of the world, going downhill is a very good thing! We start things off at 6,500 feet and let you make your way down to our shop at the foot of the volcano—or even all the way down to the shore. You will enjoy a relaxed adventure with a minimum of peddling required. We also include safety gear with your rental, and our bikes are equipped with disk brakes to help ensure you feel safe on the mountain. Simply stay hydrated and dress appropriately, and we know you’ll have a great time! Rhona (pictured above with her family) brought her 18 and 21 year old kids along and shared that “27 miles or so of downhill riding was a thrill that simply can’t be described.”
Enjoy the downhill bike route from our staging area at 6,500 feet.
Self-Paced Bike Tours for Any Fitness or Skill Level
All our Maui downhill bike tours are self-paced which means that you’re in control! On the way to the top, your Maui Sunriders guides will point out useful information about the journey and give directions, but the rest is up to you! Cruise along or take your time. Stop whenever you want to and take breaks as needed! Your gear isn’t due back to the shop until 4:30 p.m., giving you plenty of time to relax and experience Maui at your own pace. We also provide roadside assistance and are always a phone call away if you ever need help or are feeling uncomfortable.
The Lavender Cafe is just one of the many places to stop, eat, and relax along the bike rout.
Many Stops and Island Activities to Choose From
We supply the bikes and the ride up the volcano, but it’s up to you to create your own adventure! The gorgeous ride down Haleakalā will reveal many places to stop along with way to soak in the incredible landscape and experience local culture. You’ll find several options for food including great places for breakfast, lunch, and even fresh fruit snacks. We provide bike locks with your gear, so feel free to stretch your legs and explore the island. Once you’re back down at sea level, the quaint town of Paia offers even more opportunities for fun and dining.
(photo by Rhonda W via tripadvisor.com)
(photo by TimD477 via tripadvisor.com)
(Lavender Cafe photo by Cam via her blog at camchowda.com)