MAUI MOUNTAIN BIKE RENTALS
FULL-SUSPENSION & HARDTAIL MTB’s
Maui Mountain Bike rentals allows you to travel lightly and more freedom to explore the best mountain biking on Maui. Our daily mountain bike rentals in Paia on the North Shore of Maui, is a short distance to the start of several Maui mountain bike trail systems such as; Makawao Forest Reserve and Poli Poli. Better yet, rent the mountain bike for several days and ride a few Maui bucket list rides!
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MOUNTAIN BIKE RENTALS INCLUDE:
- Scott or Smith Bike Helmet
- Dakine Backpack with Tire Repair Kit: Tube, Multi-Tool, Tire Lever, Pump & Bike Lock
- Bike Gloves
- 1 Bottle Cage
- Flat Pedals. (We have SPD pedals available for those that bring their own shoes. If you would like to bring your own pedals, we can put those on for you at the shop.)
MTB RENTAL PRICING:
EACH DAY IS CONSIDERED A FULL RENTAL DAY FROM 8 AM – 3 PM
Full-Suspension MTB’s start at $75 per day
Hardtail MTB’s start at $55 per day
Multi-Day Discounts: Click Reserve now to view pricing with built-in discounted rates
2 & 3 BIKE TRUNK RACK – start at $10 per day
2-BIKE SPARE TIRE RACK – start at $10 per day
TAILGATE PADDING – complimentary
MOUNTAIN BIKE RENTAL HOURS:
PICK-UP/DROP-OFF HOURS: 8 AM – 3 PM
- 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. 8 am, 9:30 am or 10am morning picks-ups are best.
ROUND TRIP DELIVERIES:
Kahului & Wailuku $45
Kihei & Wailea $60
Hana – $250 (min 4 day rental)
(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.
In an effort to preserve our trails, protect our equipment, and pay respect to our local trail crews, we do not rent bikes if we feel the trails are not in the right condition. We understand this can be inconvenient if you are traveling to Maui, or if you had made your reservation far in advance. Should we decide to not allow rentals out on a day you have reserved a bike, we will contact you as soon as possible with an offer to reschedule or 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.
SHUTTLES / GUIDES
Unfortunately, no company is permitted to offer guided mountain bike rides or mountain bike shuttle drops on Maui. We are happy to provide a map of local bike trails for you.
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.
There are no shuttles or guides for the skyline trail, it is not permitted on Maui. The only way to do the ride is a 2 car shuttle on your own or get dropped off. The Skyline Trail has an additional +$25 fee for excessive wear on the bike.
If you cancel with at least 48 hours notice a full refund will be given. Within 48 hours of we cannot refund your reservation.
UPCOUNTRY MAUI MOUNTAIN BIKING
MAKAWAO FOREST – Beginner to expert
This is some of the best and most popular trail riding on Maui. The trailhead is 25 min. from our shop to Makawao Forest. The forest is mostly all singletrack in a canopy of trees that offers a variety of trails for different ability levels. There is a flow trail called Pineapple Express which is the gem of the forest, which was built in partnership with IMBA, Maui Mountain Bike Coalition and local trail riders. Makawao Forest Reserve singletrack is a great way to spend a day or multiple days riding on Maui. Climbs are roughly 800-900 vertical feet depending on your route up.
KULA FOREST RESERVE – Poli poli – Intermediate – Advanced
If you want a portion of the Skyline experience without all the driving…consider driving to the bottom of the Poli Poli trail network instead, which is 45 minutes from our shop. You won’t come down skyline trail here, however, you will get to ride more single track, fire road and climb upcountry Maui with beautiful views of the Big Island on a clear day. You will mostly be climbing fire road that will bring you up to the top of Mamane Trail, Redwood trail and the Boundary trail. Mamane is a fun 1.5 mile singletrack that you can connect and ride back to your car after a short pedal back on the fireroad. This ride is at about 6500′ -7100′ elevation. Redwood and Boundary are Advanced trails with hike-a-bike sections and can be tough to ride at times. The Waikoa loop is a great addition to a ride. The Upper Waiohuli trail and Upper Waiakoa trail are under construction at this time. Anticipate 800-1000+ feet of climbing depending on your route.
SKYLINE TRAIL – Strong intermediate to Advanced
Great experience, great views, starting off with a mix of pavement, 6 miles of loose volcanic rock fire road, and 1.5 mi of singletrack along the Manane trail. Once at the bottom of Mamane trail you will ride a gravel road back to the paved road and down to the lavender farm. As an FYI, you will spend more time driving/shuttling (3-4 hrs+) than biking and it will take most of your day. Riders will also need to purchase 1-2 National Park passes for entrance for the shuttle vehicles. The upper portion of this ride is technical with loose sharp lava rock – that is like biking over marbles/ball bearings and is NOT suitable for beginners to beg. intermediate. This ride starts at 10,000′ elevation from inside the Haleakala National Park and ends in the Kula Forest Reserve at around 6500′.
Must be self-sufficient as their is limited to no cell-service along most of the route and very difficult for anyone to come help you if needed. Please remember you are at high elevation with limited resources nearby. Help could be multiple hours away. In order to ride this trail you must have a driver willing to drop you off at the start and pick you up at the end. The second option is to rent 2 cars and drop one car off at the finish, then drive to the top, then ride the trail, then drive back up to the first car, then drive back down to Paia. This is an insane amount of time in a car! Hitchhiking is not guaranteed, safe or recommend. Unless, you have a driver – we don’t recommend even considering this ride. No company is permitted to shuttle you to the top.
This trail causes Excessive Wear & Tear on our MTB’s at a faster rate. We notice after every ride the damages the bikes receive after riding Skyline. Please understand the burn rate of our mtb parts when riding Skyline Trail and therefore that is why we have to charge an extra $25 per bike fee when riding this trail option.
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