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EXPLORE Waikiki

A Pedego electric bike rental is the very best way to experience Waikiki and beyond!

Visitors always say it’s the most fun and memorable activity of their trip.

We’ll bend over backwards to make sure leave with a giant smile on your face!

Locks and helmets are included with every rental.

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Pedego Electric Bikes go farther and faster, empowering you to see more in less time. Pedal or not, and get power when you want it. It feels like being a kid again!

The people who work here are extremely informative and friendly.
Tuyen T.
Awesome place, these bikes make me go Supa Dupa fast!!!! Most definitely would recommend to anyone to anyone reading this that they are a must try.
Jose P.
Pedego is big fun! If you don't say "Wee", at least to yourself, while you're riding you might be dead inside.
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ELECTRIC BIKE TOURS

Magic Island and Waikiki Beach Adventure

3 Hours Guided $160 (includes lunch)

Whether you are a longtime local or a first-time visitor we have designed the ultimate tour of Waikiki/ Honolulu area. Our guides will lead you from our shop in historic Waikiki along the Magic Island beach route and then along the beautiful Waikiki Coastline, effortlessly winding through “The Aloha State”. Delivering Miles of Smiles with minimal effort, this tour hits all the “must see sights” including:

  • The Ala Wai Canal – Created in 1928 as an artificial waterway to drain rice paddies and swamps of Waikiki, now serves as a northern border as well.
  • Magic Island/Ala Moana Beach Park– Former Resort Location turned into a public park, used to be able to camp on it overnight but no longer, fireworks show every 4th of July is there.
  • Kaka’ako – An up and coming neighborhood where a local gathering of artists breathed new life into the area by using it as their canvas.
  • Fort Derussy Beach Park– A base originally built in 1915 to protect Pearl Harbor and Honolulu during World War One.
  • The U.S. Army Museum– Remnants and memorial to World War One and now currently open to the public along with the beach park next to it.
  • Kalakaua Ave – Waikiki’s main thoroughfare named after King Kalakaua. Located alongside the world-famous Waikiki beach. Commands sweeping views and a number of the country’s most opulent retailers.
  • Duke Kahanamoku Statue– Considered the father of modern surfing, was a direct link to the Hawaiian past. Won Gold medals for swimming on the Olympics in 1912. Was celebrated as one of the most significant cultural icons in 1968 when he passed away.
  • Kuhio Beach Park– Most popular ocean side park in Waikiki due to protected waters. Known for the Stones of Kapaemahu commemorating the greatness of four of Hawaii’s legendary men, Kapaemahu, Kahaloa, Kapuni, and Kinohi.
  • Waikiki Pier– Known as “Kapahulu Groin”, it separates Kuhio Beach from Queen’s Surf Beach park. Very popular spot for fishing, swimming, and firework watching.
  • Honolulu Zoo– The only zoo ever to be established by grants made by a sovereign monarch and is built on top of the Queen Kapi’olani Park. Boasts over 1,300 animals in their enclosures.
  • Waikiki Aquarium – Founded in 1904 it is the second oldest public aquarium in the United States. Has been a popular visitor attraction since then.
  • The War Memorial – Serves as a memorial of World War 1, was built into an ocean water public swimming pool. Enjoyed by locals and tourist alike every day.
  • *The Kahala Hotel (With their outdoor aquarium)- – Known for its beautiful rooms, views and beaches. Has a famous outdoor aquarium where a dolphin named Hoku (“Star” in Hawaiian) was born. Has been a wonderful attraction open to the public and tourists alike.

*dependent upon time allowance and riders skill level

Magic Island and Waikiki Beach Adventure

Diamond Head Hike And Kahala Excursion

4 hours Guided $190 (includes lunch)

Whether you are a longtime local or a first-time visitor we have designed the ultimate tour of the world-famous Diamond Head Crater and Kahala area. Our guides will lead you from our shop in historic Waikiki along the shoreline leading into Diamond Head Road which ends in the center of the crater and the beginning of the hike. From there you’ll be able to walk the paved hike and see the beautiful sights of Oahu, and sometimes the other islands too. Then you’ll leave the area and zip on down to The Grand Kahala Hotel, passing by historic homes and other sights. All of this done while effortlessly winding through “The Aloha State”. Delivering Miles of Smiles with minimal effort, this tour hits all the “must see sights” including:

  • The Honolulu Zoo– The only zoo ever to be established by grants made by a sovereign monarch and is built on top of the Queen Kapi’olani Park. Boasts over 1,300 animals in their enclosures.
  • Waikiki Aquarium– Founded in 1904 it is the second oldest public aquarium in the United States. Has been a popular visitor attraction since then.
  • The War Memorial– Serves as a memorial of World War 1, was built into an ocean water public swimming pool. Enjoyed by locals and tourist alike every day.
  • Leahi Beach Park– Made originally to provide extra parking for the Diamond Head national park. Leahi translates into “Brow of Tuna” due to its shape and location.
  • Diamond Head Lighthouse– Currently a United States Coastguard Facility and also a recognized historical location since 1980. Has been on postage stamps since 2007.
  • Fort Ruger Park– Named after civil war General Thomas H. Ruger, was built as a fort to defend the harbor of a newly annexed territory. Established in 1906 as Diamond Head Reservation but then changed in 1909 to Fort Ruger. Was fully constructed in1911.
  • *The Kahala Hotel (With their outdoor aquarium)– Known for its beautiful rooms, views and beaches. Has a famous outdoor aquarium where a dolphin named Hoku (“Star” in Hawaiian) was born. Has been a wonderful attraction open to the public and tourists alike.
  • Leahi Millennium Peace Garden – Planted in 1999 by 750 youths from 103 countries during the Millenium Young People’s Congress. It demostrates the principles of environmental sustainability and world peace.
  • World Famous Diamond Head Crater– Declared a national landmark in 1968, but was also used as military lookout in the early 1900’s. Entire park is a dormant volcanic crater which created the island of Oahu.
  • Queen Kapi’olani’s Garden– Opened in 1972, belonged to King David Kalakaua who donated the land in 1877. Named the 133-acre park to honor his wife, Queen Kapi’olani.

*dependent upon time allowance and riders skill level

Diamond Head Hike And Kahala Excursion

ELECTRIC BIKE SALES

Pedego STORENAME is like heaven when you’re shopping for an electric bike. The experience is unmatched anywhere on Earth.

We are passionate electric bike experts who treat our customers like dear friends because that’s exactly what you are to us. We put our hearts into helping you find the perfect electric bicycle, and making sure you get the most out of it.

When you walk into Pedego STORENAME, you’ll find a welcoming and comfortable atmosphere where you’ll be treated like family.

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Pedego is the biggest and best brand of electric bikes in America because we put people first. Making great electric bikes is just the beginning. To be truly great, a company has to stand for something… Pedego stands for you.