Biki HQ is currently closed to the public. Customer service available from 8am-7pm daily at 888-340-2454.

Want to participate?

Please email so we can get a general idea of how many people will be joining! 

Break out your rainbow gear and Biki pass... it's time to ride for Pride! We'll be participating in the annual Honolulu Pride Parade the morning of Saturday, October 20th and invite you to join. 


where and when:

We'll be at Magic Island beginning at 9am, please arrive between 9:30-10am. Look for the Biki bikes! We are lineup #70, following First Hawaiian Bank and preceding Unite 5. 


All units must be in place by 10am, final line-up begins at 10:30am, parade leaves at 11am sharp. Parking is available at Ala Moana Shopping Center and Magic Island. It is first come, first served, so Biki'ing there is highly recommended! 


The parade will begin at Magic Island (Ala Moana Beach Park), head down Kalakaua Avenue and conclude at Diamond Head Green (Kapiolani Park) where a festival will take place until 6pm. 

things to remember:

  • As always, your ride time begins as soon as a bike is removed from the dock. To avoid overage fees, we highly recommend getting a Free Spirit Membership, which offers a bank of 300-minutes for $20. You can purchase this plan on the Biki App or 


  • Prepare to ride slow! You may even need to walk your Biki at some points to respect the space of the group in front of us. 


  • This year's theme is "Celebrate the Rainbow" and you are encouraged to dress accordingly! 


  • All Biki riders must be at least 16 years of age or older.


  • Biki bikes and open docks are always first come first served. Please plan ahead by downloading the Biki App to see the availability of bikes and open docks at every station.

Please familiarize yourself with the Parade rule and regulations! Note that alcohol/drugs, throwing items from units, nudity/obscenities are forbidden.  Don't forget that we'll be representing Biki and the community. Let's show lots of Aloha! 

Start: Ala Moana Beach Park

Nearby stations to rent your Biki 

Ala Moana Beach Park

End: Kapiolani Park

Nearby stations to return your Biki

Kapiolani Park

Have you seen these rainbow wheels rolling around town? October is Pride Month in Honolulu and 100 of our bikes are celebrating in style. While we’re disappointed we can’t ride with you in the annual Pride Parade this year, we hope you still have the opportunity to grab a bike and #RideforPride!

Update: Shaka Guide is updating their Biki tour to include the new 2020 POW! WOW! murals! Until then, the tour will not be available for download. Thank you for your patience! 

POW! WOW! By Biki

Explore the famous Kakaako murals by Bike using a free, interactive App. 

It’s been just over two years since Biki bikes hit the streets of Honolulu, and we hear all the time that residents and visitors can’t remember getting around to their favorite sites and attractions without the option of bikeshare. But, we pride ourselves on always trying to find opportunities to keep your Biki experiences fresh! We love coming up with creative partnerships that give our members and first time riders more reasons to get outside and ride.

Thanks to support from Hawai‘i Tourism through the Community Enrichment Program, Biki riders can download Shaka Guide's free Biki Street Art Tour and participate in a fun, self-guided ride that offers the unique backstory on some of POW! WOW! Hawaii’s most popular murals and artists. 


What was the artist thinking when they designed the piece? How long did it take to complete? What famous Hawaiian mythologies are represented, and how did the Hawaii of the artists’ dreams and childhoods appear in their work? Which world-famous artist created the masterpiece at Biki headquarters? The project team learned all this and more to create over 40 minutes of behind-the-scenes content and a step-by-step guide to navigating the murals by bike. 

Photo Credit: Shaka Guide
Photo Credit: Shaka Guide
Photo Credit: Shaka Guide
Photo Credit: Shaka Guide
Photo Credit: Shaka Guide
Photo Credit: Shaka Guide


Residents and visitors can download the tour for free here at any time, and then make their way to the start of the tour within Kaka’ako at their convenience. You'll need to be within wi-fi to download the tour, but once downloaded, you can take the tour while off-line.


The tour will remain free of charge until POW! WOW! Hawaii 2020. After February 15, 2020, the tour will cost $2.99. 

Biki is available 24/7 and 365 days a year to individuals 16 years of age and older. Subscribe to our newsletter and follow us on social media to be the first to hear about the release of the Biki-themed bike audio tour.

Before you get started...

  • Sign up for a Biki Membership on or the Biki Mobile App. The Free Spirit Plan gives you a bank of 300 minutes for only $20 so you'll have extra time to use after your tour is complete. 
  • Review Honolulu cycling laws and safety tips. Stay alert and ride with only one earbud so you can hear surrounding traffic. Always walk your Biki on the sidewalk. 
  • Grab some water, sunscreen and a camera! Be sure to post a photo of your favorite mural and tag #GoBikiHI and #ShakaGuide! It may get featured on Instagram and Facebook

"Artists from all over the world travel to Kaka'ako to beautify the neighborhood with vibrant public art. We are proud to partner with Biki and their team to give background information on the artists and the stories behind their art."  - Jasper Wong, POW! WOW! Hawaii

Brought to you by:

Bikeshare Hawaii is a not-for-profit 501(c)3 organization that launched and manages Biki. 


Our mission is to provide the public with high quality, convenient, reliable, and affordable bikeshare services that enhance community health and livability, strengthen our public transportation system, and connect people to more places where they live, work and play throughout Hawaii nei.


Upcoming events


Meet Biki in the community! Check out our upcoming events to learn about workshops, events, presentations and other opportunities to ask questions and learn more about Honolulu’s bikeshare system. If you are interested in having Biki participate in an event, please complete a Biki Event Request Form.

Become a Biki volunteer! We are looking for biki spokespeople to answer questions and teach people about bikeshare at various community events. All Biki event volunteers will receive a t-shirt and Biki bag! Please contact if you are interested or have any questions.

June - Virtual Bike Month


June 14 (SUN) - Open Street Sundays

6am - 12pm, Kalakaua Avenue


June 21 (SUN) - Open Streets Sundays

6am - 12pm, Kalakaua Avenue


June 28 (SUN) - Biki's 3rd Birthday!


June 28 (SUN) - Open Streets Sundays 

6am - 12pm, Kalakaua Avenue


July 5 (SUN) - Open Streets Sundays

6am - 12pm, Kalakaua Avenue



Biki in the news

Awards and Recognition

Hawaii Venture Capitalist Association Awards 
Ad 2 Honolulu 
Pacific Edge Magazine Business Achievement Awards
Annual Marketer of the Year Awards
Pacific Business News
The Honolulu City Council's Honorary Certificate Program (August 2018)
Hawaii Energy Policy Forum 

Transformational Achievement Award for Advancing Clean Energy in Collaborative Problem Solving: Recipient (August 2017)


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