Info for Bicyclists

A breadth of resources compiled for you.


Did you know, your bicycle must be registered to be ridden on public streets on O‘ahu! Check out our handy guide on how to register your bicycle (new/used) & make sure your ride is street legal.


Just like cyclists have rights to ride on the road, they also have rules to follow. Make sure you know what those responsibilities are, so we can all share the road safely. Follow the law, respect yourself and others, and ride with aloha!


Check out where all the bicycle infrastructure is on the island of O‘ahu. HBL’s bike map details other roads & ranks how bike-friendly they are so you can plan your next ride based on your specific cycling comfort level!

“Recycle” A BICYCLE

Do you have a bicycle you’d like to donate? Great, we’re all about being green & recycling! Find out where your bicycle donation would be most appreciated.

E-Bike Rebate for Hawai‘i (2023)

Find out what is considered an e-bike in Hawai‘i, and learn about the e-bike & electric moped rebate program (which gives up to $500 or 20% of the retail price available for eligible purchases of newly purchased electric bicycles and electric mopeds). Find out who is eligible & how to apply!

Types of Bicycle Facilities

As of 2019, O‘ahu has 211 miles of bikeways. The existing bicycle network is primarily comprised of three types of bicycle facilities: shared use paths, conventional bike lanes, and shared roadways. Learn about those types of bike infrastructure, bike boxes, two-stage turn queues and more!


Created by the City, this identifies specific projects, policies, and programs to continue to grow ridership by providing a network of safe, low-stress bikeways on the island of O‘ahu.

Report a City Issue Using Honolulu 311

On a City street and see something that needs to be addressed? Whether it’s reporting a pothole, broken streetlight, illegal dumping, or overgrown roadway, this free smartphone app from the C&C of Honolulu gives you the power to enact change by alerting the City what & where the issue is, and actually getting it fixed.


The State of Hawai‘i Department of Transportation’s Bike Plan Hawaii website is a resource for current information on projects underway, plans in development, community outreach information, and much more. 


Complete Streets are streets that work for everyone, safely moving people while balancing the needs of all roadway users, such as pedestrians, bicyclists, transit riders, and motorists. Complete streets are safe, convenient, and accessible for all, regardless of how one gets around, age, or ability.

New Laws Related to Bikes in Hawai‘i

Find out what new laws have been passed in the state of Hawai‘i and for Honolulu City & County.


Potholes are dangerous to roadway users but seem to pop up everywhere in Hawai‘i. Help the City & County of Honolulu get them filled by reporting any bad potholes you see using this Report Form or calling the Pothole Hotline directly.

Candidate Questionnaire Responses 2022

Learn what candidates think about investing in more bicycle infrastructure in Hawai‘i. HBL sent the questionnaire to every candidate running in Hawai‘i.

List of Bike Stores

Looking for a local bike store on O‘ahu that rents bikes? Repairs wheels? Check out this list for bike shops that sell, rent, and repair.


New to the island & looking to ride a bicycle? Make sure to take a look at our picture-rich guide of safe riding tips & etiquette (for locals & visitors alike!) before you get riding.

島が初めてで、自転車に乗りたいですか? 乗る前に、安全な乗車のヒントとエチケット(地元の人にも観光客にも!)の写真が豊富なガイドを必ずご覧ください。