Places to ride

Big Beach ~ Makena

Drive down Kihei Road all the way past Wailea to one of Maui’s crown jewels – Big Beach! An awesome strip of sand sheltered by two lava out croppings that will give some relief from afternoon trade winds. Random food trucks serve up great fare at the beach entrance. Oh, and did we mention mopeds get front row parking, yeah, that’s what we’re talking about. Cars park as far as 1/2 mile away. Another reason to get on your bikes and ride!


Iao Valley ~ Wailuku

Tucked deep into the cool rainforest, this is a nature lover’s paradise. Bring good shoes and hike in to the needle (photo to left). Go early and beat the bus tours. Steep mountains, fresh water streams, and waterfalls. Iao Valley is a peaceful lush area with easy hikes, exotic tropical plants, and clear, natural pools. Bring bug spray and a light jacket since it does rain in a rain forest and there might be bugs. Imagine that.


West Maui mountains

Beautiful, rugged lanscape direct from mother nature. If you don’t mind cliff hugging roads (in some spots) this is an incredible adventure that brings back smiles every time. Take a “clockwise” route heading through Lahaina first. This way you will pass through Maalaea in the morning and have the trade winds on your back at the end of the day. Pack a lunch and head out for many dramatic sights you will never forget.


Lahaina ~ West Maui

If an old fishing village / harbor town is your thing, then Lahaina is the place for you. Down on Front Street you will find an eclectic mix of restaurants, art galleries, museums, T-shirt shops, and several places to wet your whistle. (don’t drink and drive, of course). See the famous Banyan tree – one of the largest in the world – right where the fishing boats are docked. Farther north are the resorts in Kanaapali and the coffee plantation in the foothills.


Twin Falls ~ North shore

Situated on Maui’s beautiful north shore, this ride will give you all the fulfillment of the road to Hana without actually riding all the way there. We do not suggest riding all the way to Hana for first time riders. Hana is 50 miles from Kahului with hundreds of hair-pin turns and single lane bridges on the slow, winding route. This means you will be on your scooter seat for 8 to 9 hours round trip, so we suggest including this adventure on a multi-day moped rental. There is still plenty to do and see on the North shore. You don’t have to go far to hike to waterfalls, see the painted forest, watch kite surfing, visit Jaws, and capture endless photo moments. Stop at one of the many fruit stands, fish shacks or famous banana bread bakers. Try more than one, take home leftovers.


And so many more places to ride… just ask us.

With so many beaches along Maui’s coastline you can beach hop like a wedding crasher. You will almost always find one of the local restaurants with some kind of mobile unit serving up excellent local fare at beach entrances. Fruit smoothies, fresh pineapple, fish tacos, it’s all way too good. Good thing you’ll have wheels to roll home on.


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