Free Biki Rides on May 7th!

You're invited to celebrate National Ride a Bike Day with FREE BIKI RIDES courtesy of 7-Eleven Hawaii!  On Sunday, May 7th head down to any Biki Stop and redeem one free 30 minute bike ride with promocode '711'. This Free Rides Day is one of the many Bike Month events taking place throughout the month of May. Whether you are brand new to cycling or a daily Biki rider, we invite you to join!


  1. download the PBSC mobile App or visit any Biki Stop kiosk
  2. select the "One-Way" ride option, enter your customer information and enter promocode '711' at checkout.
  3. enjoy a free ride up to 30 minutes and return it to an open dock at any Biki Stop when you are done!


  • Check for the GREEN light when returning your bike. This ensures that the bike is locked in place and your ride time has stopped.
  • Download the PBSC App or check our online map to see the location and real-time bike availability at every Biki station.
  • Biki riders are reminded to follow Honolulu ordinances and heed any traffic guidance or detours that are in place. Biki riders are also reminded that biking on sidewalks in Waikiki and Downtown is prohibited. View our safety tips!

Please Note: if you have an active subscription with Biki (Commuter, Free Spirit, Voyager Plan) and want to participate, you can redeem your free ride at any kiosk

Need assistance?

Contact Biki customer service from 7am - 9pm at 888-340-2454.


  •  you must be at least 16 years of age to use Biki. Parental permission required for those under 18.
  • a debit or credit card is required. The first 30 minutes is free, rides that exceed 30 minutes will be subject to Extra Time fees.
  • riders are expected to practice safe cycling and follow our local bicycling laws.


Wondering where to ride? Honolulu offers some incredible bike rides. Take advantage of the many new city bikeway projects that have been introduced over the past few years. Here are a few rider favorites…

2.5 mile loop on a separated bike path

Good for beginners!

4.3 mile loop on designated bike lanes

Best for experienced riders

2.8 mile route on a separated bike path

Good for beginners!

Huge mahalo to 7-Eleven Hawaii for sponsoring this event and encouraging more of our residents to get out and ride!