Maui Downhill – All Volcano Biking Tours
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Maui Downhill is the pioneer of Maui bike tours. Established in 1984 they have guided over 500,000 visitors on Haleakala bike rides. Maui Downhill biking on Maui has traveled more than 11,000,000 miles on custom-built bicycles from the summit of Haleakala to the sea in Paia. Each guide is Hawaii certified to be able to tour a Maui volcano bike tour. With a variety of biking in Maui tours available, you can choose from a Sunrise Tour, a Mid-Day Tour, or a Winery Tour. The goal of Maui Downhill is to provide a memorable, safe experience for each guest. Your journey from the lunar like landscape of Haleakala Crater through the eucalyptus groves upcountry down to Makawao will be long remembered as a unique Maui adventure. At one-time Maui Downhill used to end their Maui bike rides in Paia. The road conditions along Baldwin Avenue from Makawao to Paia raised a level of concern for Maui Downhill. To help reduce the risk of accidents, Maui Downhill shortened the ride to end on the outskirts of Makawao in Pukalani.
Helmets, gloves and windbreaker outfits are provided to each guest by Maui Downhill. People ask us what the age and height guidelines have to do with riding a bike. In quite a few cases children in the family are better bike riders than their parents. The age requirement is all about the insurance policy the company has that is required by the State of Hawaii. The height is associated with the ability to adjust the seat for the pedals. If you would like us to assist you with making your reservations or you have questions, please give us a call at 855-268-0387.
THINGS TO KNOW:
Advance Reservations Required!
If you have any questions regarding Maui Downhill, please give us a call at 866-268-0387.
None of the rides end in Paia at sea level. Tour stops in Pukalani.
The Winery Tour does not include resort pick-up. You meet at the Maui Downhill base yard in Kahului.
Competent riders – please, no beginners
No expecting mothers can ride a bike
Minimum 12 years of age
5 feet tall guideline height
Wear close-toed rubber soled shoes
Maximum weight for bike rider is 280 lbs.
No Riders may participate with medical conditions that would adversely affect them during the activity
Riders must sign acknowledgement of risk & safety form
Terms & Conditions:
Weather related cancellations by Maui Downhill are 100% refundable.
Wear warm clothing in layers
Bring your camera.
Bring cash for incidentals, food and beverage
In most cases there is a no-host meal stop in either Makawao or at the Lavender Farm in Kula on Crater Road. You should bring cash or a credit card to purchase food and beverage.
As the sun rises the shadows spread across the slopes of Haleakala presenting a mysterious landscape like no other. As the color of the horizons changes from the darkness of night into a fabulous array of orange, yellow and red you will begin to understand the spiritual history of Haleakala. Take your dreams a little further biking down Haleakala.
This tour is currently unavailable.
Hotel & condo pick-up in included for Kihei, Wailea, Makena, Lahaina, Kaanapali, and Kapalua.
Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday Saturday.
Closed Christmas Day & New Year’s Day.
Advance Reservations Required
48 Hour Cancellation Policy
Times vary per tour.
The Winery & First Light tours meet at the Maui Downhill’s base yard.
Total Duration: Between 7-9 hours
So, the details we received about this tour (sunrise at Haleakala and downhill biking) stated that there would be continental breakfast. I wasn't sure how they planned to pull this off because you get on your shuttle bus at 2am. So, their idea of continental breakfast is plastic wrapped raisin "danish" and coffee. Yep, that's it and if your shuttle is last to arrive, you might not see any danish if you're not first in line.
The details said we would ride to the ocean and then go to lunch (pay on our own). Haleakala National Park no loner allows for riding downhill inside the park (no biggie), but we definitely didn't ride to the ocean or even close. Not such a big deal if it's stated that way.
So, the next thing is.. How do you feel about lunch at 10:30-11:00 am? It was a bit early and it was from a food truck. No problem with food trucks, just not quite what we imagine along with the not making it a ride to the ocean.
Sunrise was fabulous, the riding was great, the clouds were uncooperative on the ride, but didn't take away from the experience.
Go to enjoy the scenery, but don't expect the details to live up to the brochure, or perhaps choose a different company.
I booked the trip true the cruise as a part of Haleakala sunrise package. So things that you have to know. The bicycle company will provide coffee and some pastry before the trip will start (3am). They'll provide helmets and wind breaker equipment. If you wear glasses the helmet may be slightly uncomfortable. The bicycle ride does not start from the top of the volcano, the ride starts somwhere after you exit the national park. The ride will take something like 2-3 hours. It is a beautiful ride with some degree of difficulty. Our guide was good and everyone finished the ride with a smile on the face. Beautiful vista, nice switch backs and moderate speed. Really everything is down hill and no pedaling is necessary. Around 1pm you'll have lunch on your own buck. We had ours at a food truck. TIPs are expected for the guide and driver. I highly recommend this activity.
This was a wonderful place to work. Unfortunately on April 3rd 2018 Maui Downhill Bicycle Safari & Island Tours closed their doors after 31 years on the Island.
Did this with my whole family and it was a blast! The staff prioritized safety, and made sure everyone was comfortable. If you have not been on a bike in years, I advise against it as things can move pretty quick. Best part, you don't pedal.
Great tour! Staff was very professional, friendly and safe; we had a great time with this company. The sunrise view is stunning and the bike ride afterwards is fun and gives a good view of the island. I would recommend their sunrise tour to anyone who is up for a morning adventure.