Bicycling in Hawaii Author:Robert Immler The state of Hawaii offers probably the most diversified cycling in the world. In a relatively small area, you can visit not only white sand beaches but beaches of black, red or green sand. You can ride to waterfalls over roads covered with ripe, fallen fruit. From 19th Century agricultural villages you can look up at snowcapped mountains wit... more »h ski runs. In an hour you can cycle from a region of extreme rainfall to a near desert landscape. In less than 40 miles you can climb from sea level to over 10,000 feet, atop the world's largest volcano.
This new guidebook describes rides on all six major Hawaiian Islands-Oahu, Maui, Hawaii, Kauai, Molokai and Lanai. For each ride it gives road conditions, facilities along the way, and features to see. It tells you what camping equipment and clothing you will need. It lists all the bicycle shops in Hawaii. It tells you what permission you need for the various public campgrounds, and how to obtain it. It describes how to get your bike to Hawaii on the airplane, and from island to island, at minimum cost.
This guidebook will inspire cycling enthusiasts everywhere who are looking for new roads to travel; and it will also be an invaluable aid to the many visitors who want to explore the incomparable Hawaiian Islands in a new way.« less