Flat roads and a lack of big hills (except for the road up to Kokee State Park) make it easy to ride a bike around the island. The Poipu area and the cane road (dirt road used for hauling sugar cane) between Kealia Beach and Anahola, north of Kapaa are great places to ride. Mountain biking is possible on Kauai, and based on your skill level, you can bike easy, moderate, or steep. Wailua Falls, Mahaelepu Beach, Moloaa Beach, and the Spalding Monument are some of your landmarks along the way. You can also bike the island through one of the local outfitter's tours. Always wear a helmet, gloves, appropriate bike shoes, and sunglasses and travel safely. Take a map, water, snacks, sunscreen, bike repair kit, and any other accessories that will ensure a friendly, uneventful, but wonderfully scenic ride.
Coconut Coasters - The Coconut Coast, named for the hundreds of Coconut Palm trees planted along Kauai’s east side, is home to Ke Ala Hele Makalae, when translated means “the path that goes by the coast”. Rent a classic style cruiser and begin your self guided adventure on the path that is best known for its countless panoramic views, as well as the unique local marine and bird species that make Kauai their home.
Outfitters Kauai - An exhil-arating bike ride from the rim of the famed Waimea Canyon (el. 3500') down 13 miles of smooth winding blacktop all of the way to the shore of the blue Pacific.
Pedal N Paddle - Cruise around quaint Hanalei town on a single speed beach cruiser or grab a friend and take a spin on our Tandem bike!! Enjoy a scenic ride along Kauai's beautiful northshore on our Kona Mountain bikes. All rentals include helmets and locks.
You Tube Video - Me riding the rim trail.