MAUI CRUISER E-BIKE RENTALS
MURF and Scott
Our Maui e-bike rentals allow you to explore the north shore with more power. Better yet, rent the bike for several days, we can deliver to you around the island and you can use the bike to explore all week!
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- Scott or Smith Bike Helmet
- Backpack with Bike Lock & Map
- Battery Charger w/2+ day rentals
PRICING: EACH DAY IS CONSIDERED A FULL RENTAL DAY 8 am – 3 pm
E-Bikes start at $35 per 1/2 day | $60 full day (on the North Shore)
E-Bike Deliveries available around the island: min 2+ reservation days required
Multi-Day Discounts: Click Book now to view prices with built-in discounted rates.
PICK-UP/DROP-OFF HOURS: 8 AM – 3 PM
- Due to the weight of these bikes, we can only offer in shop pick-up if you plan to bike on the North shore from the shop or have a pick-up truck.
- All bikes must be returned to the shop by 3 pm on the final rental day.
- Please, No pickups between 8:30-9:30 AM – We’re very busy with bike tour guests during this hour. You may experience delays if you arrive in that time-frame. We will do our best to serve you right away. 8am, 9:30 am or 10am morning picks-ups are best.
Kahului & Wailuku $35
Kihei & Wailea $50
(If you are renting multiple bikes, you only need to add/select delivery on one bike per order)
DELIVERY HOURS: 9:30 AM – 3 PM
- Deliveries require a 2-day minimum rental period
- EARLIEST DELIVERY DROP-OFF TIME: 9:30AM
- LATEST DELIVERY PICK-UP TIME: 3:00PM
- Please do not select a delivery time between 8-9:30am. Our bike shop is very busy with over 40 bike rentals every day during this time.
- We cannot always guarantee your exact delivery time, however, we will do our best to deliver at your requested time.
If you cancel with at least 48 hours notice a full refund will be given. Within 48 hours of we cannot refund your reservation.
Maui has over 6 different climates and constantly changing weather conditions. Mornings are usually the calmest with winds picking up as the day goes on. There are chances of unpredictable rain/inclement weather everyday being that we are on a tropical island.
TRANSPORT / PICK-UP / DELIVERIES
For our cruiser ebikes the most common use is to come right to our bike shop in Paia and bike right from our shop to the North Shore Greenway Bike Path. If you would like to rent the bikes for an extended period of time, we recommend using our delivery services. We will plan a time to deliver & pick them up to and from your location.
There will be a late fee applied for each bike that is returned late.
EXCESSIVE CLEANING FEES
If the bike is returned with excessive mud, sand, salt water or grime there will be an excessive cleaning fee assessed.
HALEAKALA DOWNHILL ROAD & TRAIL USE PROHIBITED
FOR YOUR SAFETY, our cruiser bikes are NOT permitted off road on any trails nor are they to be used on the Haleakala Downhill Road. Please contact us and inquire about bike trails and paths for your intended use.
MAUI Cruiser ROUTES
PAIA – NORTH SHORE BIKE PATH – Ho’okipa
(BEGINNER – Intermediate)
The newly completed North Shore Bike Path runs from Paia to Kanaha Beach Park. This FLAT 5-6 mile EACH way/ 10-12 mile round trip bike path is an easy cruiser ride for all riders. A mainly flat trail that passes some of the best beaches on Maui’s North Shore. This ride is less about the cruiser path and more about the hidden beaches you can discover along the way. While this path doesn’t go along the ocean, there will still be some nice beach views. You will be provided a map and can seek the beaches out for a unique North Shore experience. This is a great way to spend the day cruising to the different beaches to swim, enjoy the food trucks or pack a lunch to enjoy at Kanaha Beach park. Keep in mind to get on and off the bike path from our shop you can either ride the road with cars (no bike lane) for 0.4 miles or walk the sidewalk through town. For true beginner riders – you will want to walk through town to the start of the bike path. As an additional route option for intermediate+ riders who are comfortable riding next to cars can enjoy a beautiful bike lane on the hwy/road with coastal views out to Ho’okipa Beach Park. This add-on is a 2.5 mile EACH way / 5 mile round trip ride with some rolling hills. Please note you will have to cross Hana Hwy to access Ho’okipa park so this is only for experienced riders. Cars are generally driving at 25-30mph and is a popular route for people going and returning from Hana.
PAIA – Makawao – Haiku Loop
The beginning of this ride is the classic first 7 miles of the climb up to the summit of Haleakala. Enjoy the twists and turns of this beautiful country road that climbs into downtown Makawao. Makawao is our paniolo cowboy town full of great shopping, eating and more. Make a left at Makawao and head out towards Haiku and enjoy a beautiful descent into Haiku town. Enjoy lunch at one of the several food trucks and continue on down to the hwy. You will be on the coastal side of Hana Hwy soaking up the views all the way back to Paia. This route is about 20 miles and 2000′ of climbing. Advanced ride: Please be aware there is no shoulder on the road and you must ride in the lane of traffic on the climb and the descent. You will be crossing Hana hwy and we urge you to use caution. As always please be courteous to all vehicles by sharing the road and letting them pass.
South Maui: Wailea – Kihei
(Beginner – Intermediate)
There are some beautiful roads to explore along the coast out towards La Perouse. Start early to avoid high winds. In some areas you can ride on quiet side streets. Most of the rides around here will be in a bike lane on the road with vehicles. This is a popular road for people accessing Makena State beach and other beaches around the area. If you are in Kihei/Wailea we highly recommend a 3 speed, 7 speed or e-bike as there are many rolling hills. Kihei is more flat and you could get away with a single speed if you don’t plan on venturing very far.
WEST MAUI: Lahaina
(Beginner – Intermediate)
Depending on where you are in Lahaina – you can enjoy several neighborhood roads around the beaches and towns. If you want to venture a little bit further outside your zone you will want to be comfortable riding in bike lanes on the roads with cars. Many of the rides out here along the coastline will be flat but you can definitely come across the occasional hill.
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