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1087 Limahana Place
Lahaina, HI, 96761
United States


Maui's Best Bike Shop for over 25 years! West Maui Cycles in Lahaina Maui is a full service Maui bike shop with road bike rentals, Hybrid Street bike and cruiser bike rentals.

We offer custom bike fittings by appointment as well as many shipping/service packages when bringing your bike to Hawaii.

Our shop is located in Lahaina off of Honapiilani Hwy (#30) just behind the Taco Bell/Pizza Hut on the mountain side of the road.

Shop Hours

9-5 pm Mon - Sat
10-4 pm Sun

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Maui Road Bike Rides

Maui's Best Bike Shop for 25 years! West Maui Cycles in Lahaina Maui is a full service Maui bike shop offering Carbon Road Bike Rentals, Comfort bike rentals, Full suspension mountain bikes rentals, cruiser bike rentals, bicycle repairs, bicycle sales as well as all the accessories, clothing and nutrition you need to keep riding in paradise. Connect with @WestMauiCycles on STRAVA and @wmcycles on Intstagram at #westmauicycles

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A little info about road riding on Maui

James Boote

There are not many roads on Maui, but what little roads we do have offer some of the most visually breathtaking and exciting rides you can experience. Most of the major roads and highways have a shoulder or bike lane, as indicated on the Maui County Cycling Map (just assume that any road marked “most suitable” has a shoulder). That being said it doesn't mean those are the "best" roads to ride on.

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Haleakala Summit - Cycle To The Sun

James Boote

This is the world famous "Cycle To The Sun" a 10,000ft/3048m climb over 36mi/58k that takes you from Maui's North shore Pa'ia (Pah-ee-ah) town through Makawao (mah-kah-wow) town then up to Kula (koo-lah) and finally on to the famous "ribbon road" to Haleakala (Hah-leh-ah-kah-lah) summit. Don' be fooled, it is no easy ride. The gradient is an average of 5% with many corners reaching 8-10% and one short steep climb of 10% for 1/4mi/.4k just out of Makawao. The hardest leg is the last kick to the summit where you are just below 10k and you are faced with another 10% at the summit when you have the least amount of oxygen and your legs are like lead, full of lactic acid.

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