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We may not have the drastic change of seasons here in Maui as you do back home but summer is a special time here in Maui. Maui summer weather stays in a constant low to mid 80’s with the ocean temperature almost the same. Rain is pretty much non-existent and the different hues of clear, blue water and swaying palms of the outdoors beckon. To take it all in there really is no better way, or day, to enjoy the tropical vibes of summer than by renting a motorcycle or scooter from Aloha Motorsports.

So, get up, get out and seize our endless summer on one of our motorbikes, no AC necessary!

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Pele in the News
You might be buried under a lava rock if you haven’t heard about the recent increase in activity from the Pu’u ‘O’o Vent of Kilauea Volcano on Hawaii’s Big Island. Following a recent earthquake, many additional fissures have opened and Pele, the Hawaiian Goddess of Fire, is really showing her strength. The truth is the Pu’u ‘O’o vent has been active and spewing magma since 1983 and Kilauea Volcano has been one of the most active volcanoes on earth since then. But not to worry here in Maui. Our famous volcano, Haleakala, is still sleeping. Maui and Aloha Motorsports are opened for business! Haleakala or “House of the Sun,” is considered a “dormant” volcano even though it erupted around 250 years ago. It’s a fantastic place to take one of our rental scooters or motorcycles for a ride up the longest, steepest paved road on the planet. The views are insane and once you get to the top you can hike into the crater and feel like you are on the moon. As you ascend to the peak, wind hitting your face, you can imagine what it was like a few hundred years ago and be thankful that you are not vacationing on the Big Island this year!

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There are other ways to ride. But who needs them?

A Harley is legendary, distinctive. A Harley has mystique.

Combine these qualities with the pristine beauty of the coastlines and mountains of Maui and you’ve got magic, my friend.

If you want your Maui vacation to be legendary, distinctive and you wouldn’t mind a bit of mystique then rent a Harley Davidson from us. With backrests, unlimited miles, late model bikes and more, Aloha Motorsports has got you covered.

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Motorcycle rentals on Maui have never been easier or more friendly.

Renting motorcycles is easy through locally owned Aloha Motorsports because they offer free shuttle service from cruise ships and hotels. And because you are renting from valued members of the island community rather than a big company, you have access to the inside scoop on island knowledge. Plus, you are supporting a small business that prides itself on the way it treats its people, both employees and customers.
In Hawaiian, the word for this way of doing business is pono, right relationship.

There are other ways to travel through Hawaii being pono, like using reef safe sunscreen and keeping a good distance between you and local marine life. But this one is the most fun (at least we think so).

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There are many benefits to renting a scooter on Maui. One is definitely traveling carefree and leaving traffic jams behind.

“Traffic on Maui?” you say. “That isn’t the tropical paradise I pictured when I booked my trip.”

Well my friend, the traffic is real, sometimes even on Maui. Every once and a while the road from Kihei to Lahaina is clogged with locals in pickups with pitpulls in back, hippies in their van homes, eco-conscious Prius drivers who strap surfboards on top, tour buses; you name it.

Cars can be great, but if you want to move about quickly and effortlessly then we have the best solution for you.

The answer to this solution is to rent a sleek scooter, preferably from Aloha Motorsports. Feel the gust of the trade winds and even better, glide past any noise and congestion toward your peaceful island getaway.

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What could be better than a Maui vacation and experiencing the beautiful island from the seat of a rented Harley, scooter, or classic sports car from Aloha Motorsports? Tremendous possibilities await you as you take the wheel and zip off to your chosen destinations around the island. You may choose to explore waterfalls along the road to Hana or snorkel the clear water coastline from Kihei to Lahaina. Cruise to Central Maui for a magical journey to the needle in the majestic Iao Valley or have a fine dining experience at a local establishment like Mama’s Fish House. Whatever you do, the journey will become more than a destination as you ride in style with Aloha Motorsports.

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When renting a motorcycle, motorbike or sports car on Maui look no further than Aloha Motorsports. 
After you do, a great activity is to zoom up to Kula which is about halfway up to Haleakala peak. Locals call the region of Kula “upcountry” and you’ll get some spectacular views of the coast and into the West Maui mountains. The word “Kula” means “open meadows” in Hawaiian, and the further up Haleakala highway you take your sweet ride the more the landscape opens up.  As you pass through Lower Kula, you’ll see small farms and clusters of estates. Kula has long been a farming community, from sugarcane in the 1800’s to vegetables and tropical flowers more recently. Upper Kula’s cool temperatures will refresh you if it’s super hot down low and the winding roads through green pastures take you near silver eucalyptus tree groves (and Blue Jacaranda trees in late spring), contrasting with the bright green sugarcane below.
There are many stops along the way and you can easily enjoy a whole day up at higher elevation. You may take a walk through the lavender farm, head to a dairy where the goats “surf” or get some delicious food or java at Grandma’s Coffee House.
This will truly be a unique day where you can appreciate the spot where many year round Maui locals choose to live.

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One of your Maui vacation highlights could very well be a motorcycle or motorbike rental from Aloha Motorsports.
Here’s a little timeline of cultural appreciation to pique your interest:
The Art of Manliness describes the rise of motorbiking in 1960’s Europe like this: “The sleek Italian scooter rider — tight-fitting suit, sunglasses, shaggy hair — became the fashion icon for a burgeoning counter-cultural movement in Great Britain. By the 1960’s, the streets of English cities were streaming with ‘mods’ — disaffected youth decked out in Italian suits riding heavily customized scooters and brawling with motorcycle riders — ‘rockers.’”
While we don’t expect any brawls, rocking a sleek look on the scooter seems like a fun possibility.
Another way to prepare for your Maui vacation memories on two wheels is to do a google image search of scooter riders in India to glimpse the endless options for storage that are available with a scooter rental. You may not need (or be legally permitted) to carry cows or additional family members but other items such as a rack of bananas, golf clubs or boogie boards, might wedge in somewhere just fine.
Happy riding, no matter what look you decide to go for and what cargo you carry.

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