From the main strip, head south (away from Kaanapali) and you’ll quickly reach the Honoapiilani Highway (Route 30) where you’ll take a right and continue southbound on the shoulder of the road, riding in the same direction as traffic.
Safety Tip: Please do not stop on the shoulder of the Honoapiilani Highway as it is often frequented by visitors who may be paying more attention to the views and not the road. You should expect to come across a few drainage grates along the way, which can be a little slick when wet.
In about 2.5 miles, you’ll reach Launiupoko Beach Park, a great place to stop and take a break or hit the beach. There’s a small wading pool that is perfect for children, too! You can stop by the Living Earth Systems Farm Stand, right across the street from the beach park for some healthy eats.
Safety Tip: When making stops, be sure to use the lock provided with your rental to secure your bike.
After enjoying Olowalu, we recommend heading back up north towards Lahaina (6.5 miles away) or Kaanapali (10 miles away), unless you are an advanced rider. It is important to note that Bike Rescue does NOT include areas south of Olowalu, so riders do so at their own risk. Read our E-bike Rental FAQ’s for more information on what is included with Bike Rescue.