Bicycling is a convenient, healthy, and “green” alternative to driving to the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa. Bike parking on campus is free and, with more than 50 bike rack locations, allows closer access to your destination than parking lots.
Commuter Services also offers free Secure Bike Cage Parking for cyclists and moped drivers. Only registered UH users are allowed card-access entry to the Secure Bike Cage located in the Zone 20 Structure next to Stan Sheriff Center. The Bike Cage includes bike racks and video surveillance for added security. Bike Cage is located in the Zone 20 Parking Structure (First Entrance).
Bicycle Parking Regulations:
Bicycles (including electric-assist bikes)
- must be parked in bicycle racks, and in a manner that will not interfere with the safety or normal movement of vehicular or pedestrian traffic.
- should be locked securely through the bike frame to the bicycle rack.
- should never be locked or chained to roadway signposts, parking meters, or railings.
- shall not be operated on pedestrian walkways, the campus mall, courtyards, or within buildings. See campus bike routes.
- shall not be parked or operated in any parking structure.
- shall abide by the City & County of Honolulu Bike Laws, State of Hawaiʻi Traffic Laws, and UHM Parking Regulations.
Biki Bike Share at UH Mānoa
Cycle Mānoa – University of Hawaiʻi club dedicated to promoting biking. Offers repairs and sales of used bikes.
Honolulu Complete Streets – Complete Streets are streets that work for all of us, safely moving people while balancing the needs of all roadway users, such as pedestrians, bicyclists, transit riders, and motorists.
- Ala Pono – University Avenue bridge crossing to Waikiki
- Keeaumoku Street – Bike lanes from Makiki to Ala Moana
- University & McCully – Improvements to neighborhood streets
Oʻahu Bike Plan – City and County of Honolulu’s O‘ahu Bike Plan Update, completed in December 2019, will guide the continued growth of bicycling as a safe, convenient, accessible, affordable, healthy, and fun transportation option. The focus of this 2019 O‘ahu Bike Plan Update is to identify specific projects, policies, and programs that will expand bicycle ridership and provide a network of safe, low-stress bikeways attractive to users of all ages and abilities.
Oʻahu Bikeways Map – official maps of all Oʻahu bikeways.
King Street Protected Bike Lane – project bringing dedicated cross Honolulu bike lane in 2015.
Hawaiʻi Bicycling League – non-profit advocacy group for promotion of bicycles for health, recreation, and transportation through advocacy, education and events.