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Cycling Tours

  

The perfect way to experience the Big Island!  This is by far one of the best adventure vacation options in Hawaii.  Ride the Ironman Championship course; climb the volcanoes of the Kona and Kohala Coasts; journey through a rain forest to the world famous Waipio Valley. The bicycle tours  provide great memories of the amazing array of sights and overwhelming beauty that the Big Island has to offer. 

Tour Details

  • A variety of spectacular routes are available.
  • The bicycle tours are approximately 3 hours in duration.
  • The cycling tours include: guide, support vehicle, cycling food & beverage, and technical assistance & equipment.
  • Bicycles are not included but quality rentals can be arranged.
  • Bicycle Tours require a minimum of 4 people. 
  • Special rates available for groups of 9 or more.

Bicycle Tour Fee:  $175 per person


Email us at TrainHawaii@gmail.com to reserve your spot or for more information!!

Bicycle Tour: Kawaihae to Hawi loop - 36 miles RT.  
This ride starts and finishes at the Kawaihae harbor and traverses the rolling terrain along the Kohala coast to the quaint little town of Hawi.  The hills are abundant on this road with a 6 mile steady climb (2 to 5%) that takes you into Hawi.  The winds can be gusty on this exposed route, but the views are remarkable.  Beginner to advanced riders.

Bicycle Tour: Keauhou to Kealakekua Bay loop - 38 miles RT.
This ride starts starts and finishes at the Keauhou shopping center.  It involves a lot of climbing with grades reaching 8% at some points.  Most of the climbing is on terrain that is 4-5%, though.  As it is a loop ride, there is also some very nice descending, too.  The halfway point of this ride is the beautiful Kealakekua Bay, home of the Captain Cook monument.  The landscape varies from lush green rolling hills to stark lavascapes to beautiful ocean views.  Moderate to advanced riders.

Bicycle Tour:  BikeWorks Beach and Sport to Waimea loop - 38 miles RT.
This ride starts and finishes at the Waikoloa BikeWorks Beach and Sport shop.  This is a fairly advanced ride up to the town of Waimea.  After about 9 miles of riding along the coast, the road turns up and climbs approximately 10 miles (slopes ranging from 4 - 8%) into the town of Waimea.  The return ride involves a 10 mile descent at high speeds (if you want...).  This is definitely a ride for the more advanced rider that wants to test his/her climbing legs. 

Bicycle Tour:  Waimea to Honakaa to Waipio Valley loop - 40 miles RT.
This ride starts and finishes in Waimea and is full of amazingly beautiful scenery.  It travels out of the town of Waimea along the old Mamalahoa Highway (which is now just a lazy little forgotten road) through rich rain forest to the town of Honakaa.  From there, it is a nice descent to the beautiful overlook at Waipio Valley for some serious picture opportunities.  The road back is definitely up hill, so save some energy as the tour travels along the Hamakua coast back up to Waimea.  Moderate to advanced riders.

Bicycle Tour Mauna Lani Resort to Kua Bay loop - 36 miles RT.
This ride starts and finishes at Mauna Lani Shops in the Mauna Lani Resort.  This is a great ride that travels along the coastal Queen K highway over rolling terrain to Kua Bay, one of the most beautiful beaches on the coast.  It involves a few hills, but nothing too severe.  We will definitely take time to dip our toes in the ocean on this one.  All levels of riders.

Bicycle Tour:  Keauhou to Kealakekua Bay loop - 38 miles RT.

This ride starts starts and finishes at the Keauhou shopping center.  It involves a lot of climbing with grades reaching 8% at some points.  Most of the climbing is on terrain that is 4-5%, though.  As it is a loop ride, there is also some very nice descending, too.  The halfway point of this ride is the beautiful Kealakekua Bay, home of the Captain Cook monument.  The landscape varies from lush green rolling hills to stark lavascapes to beautiful ocean views.  Moderate to advanced riders. 

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