Motorcycle Rental in Maui: The Best Companies

by Oliver Stallwood  |  Published July 1, 2024

Maui, the second-largest island in Hawaii, is a paradise for motorcycle lovers – luckily there are some great places to rent out two wheels.

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With quaint towns, gently winding roads and beautiful beaches, the island of Maui is a dream motorcycle destination. The second-largest Hawaiian island is a place where you can get happily lost, riding through varying landscapes, passing volcanic craters and majestic, cascading waterfalls. At just 48 miles wide east to west it is reassuring to know that you will never be too far from where you started either. Renting a motorcycle in Maui is easy with a number of reputable companies – here is where to start.


EagleRider is a global motorcycle rental company that offers bikes for hire in over 150 locations across six continents. Maui might be sitting in the Pacific Ocean but that doesn’t mean you can’t get on two wheels through EagleRider – the company has one location in Lahaina, found in West Maui, with nine different bikes available for rent. 

You can go for something that combines old school looks with modern tech in the form of a Harley Street Bob, or choose something more sporty such as a Yamaha FZ-07. There are even three-wheeled scooters available. Prices start from just $99 a day for a Suzuki Burgman 400 scooter. Remember to look out for the regular rental coupons and specials at EagleRider, offering everything from Early Bird Savings to cut-price group rentals, with up to 72 per cent discounts. Most locations also have a selection of motorcycle apparel, helmets, gear, and accessories, and EagleRider even has its own motorcycle luggage called EaglePack.

Book at Eaglerider.com

Maui Moto

Maui Moto is a local company located just minutes from the airport and cruise ship terminal, but the company also can arrange to drop your bike at your hotel or Airbnb too. The motorcycles are well maintained and the service friendly, with plenty of info and advice on the best routes to take based on the bike you have rented. Among the options is a sporty KTM Duke 390 streetbike, a safari-style Kawasaki KLR650 and a traditional tourer in the form of a CVO Softail. For multiple day rentals you can even switch bikes in-between and the company also offers private tours of the island. 

Book at Mauimotoride.com