Are You Ready to Ride the Big Island?
Riding a motorcycle in Hawaii can be one of those Bucket List moments you've always wanted to check off! Here's a few tips to help you have safe and memorable ride.
1) Wear the gear. We provide, jackets. gloves and helmets for your ride to keep you safe. Hawaii does not have helmet laws. We recommend using the helmets gloves and jackets though. There are 10 microclimates here. Rain, fog or cold weather can come at you suddenly. Wildlife can be around any corner, pigs, goats, cattle, sheep etc. are known to casually or suddenly bolt across the roads here.
2) If you have favorite riding gear, bring it! You'll ride with more confidence and less distraction.
3) Bring Water and stay hydrated. Dehydration is a thing out here. Especially if you are unaccustomed to tropical heat and humidity. Drink before you're thirsty. If you wait until you're thirsty. Chances are you are dehydrated. Dehydration can lead to poor decision making, drowsiness, and impairment that will impact your ability to safely ride.
4) Bring your Motorcycle License! You'll need it in order to rent our bikes. We will need the physical Motorcycle License or endorsement on your license in order to rent to you.
5) Ride with Aloha! Everyone around here waves or gives the Shaka, make sure you return the wave or Shaka. Ride with patience. No one is in a hurry here. Relax and enjoy the ride.
6) Take pictures or videos as you stop to see waterfalls, beaches and the scenery, so you can make those memories last!
7) Bring the bike back full of fuel for the next rider.