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COVID-19 continues to impact tour operators and our community, and we want you to know that Waikiki Bike Tours is here to help and support you through this time.

Current Status

COVID-Vaccine Information

Tours - all tours are being booked as PRIVATE TOURS only. We believe this setup further prevents the spread of the COVID-19.

Bike Rentals - all bike rentals are by appointments only and must be booked well in advance.

What We're Doing


With the coronavirus outbreak, we changed our tours to PRIVATE TOURS,  Antiseptics,  Masks, Gloves, and bluetooth communication system. Social safe professional guides.

The safety of our customers and our tour guides is our number one priority. Despite Hawaii’s low infection rates, we know it’s on all of our customers’ minds and we would like to put you at ease knowing that we are taking every precaution to combat this virus. Below are some of the preventive measures that we are actively taking to reduce any spread of contaminants:

On our bikes we are committed to sanitizing all areas that our customers might touch with alcohol-based, industrial-grade cleaning solution, before and after every rental or test ride. This includes handlebars, mirrors, seats, helmets, and locks on all of our rentals.

We’re doing everything we can so you can experience why Hawaiʻi is better on two wheels. We appreciate you trusting in us and we are confident that taking a Hawaiian Style ride will still be one of the best experiences you have on your trip.


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Mask Do’s

  • Wash your hands

  • Get a clean mask, holding it by the ear loops when putting it on

  • Make sure your nose, mouth, and chin are completely covered

  • Make sure the mask is as tight to your face as possible

  • When you’re pau, wash your mask

Mask Don’ts

  • Don’t wear a loose mask

  • it should be tight to your face

  • Don’t wear your mask below your nose it should cover your nose and mouth completely

  • Don’t touch the front of your mask – it could be contaminated