TRAILS / ROUTES
Maui has some of the most diverse terrain and is one of the most incredible place to ride on earth! Due to the island’s rugged, irregular topography, extreme variations in conditions exist. Maui’s weather can change from warm and sunny to tropical downpours. The dominant trade winds from the north shore blow from 5mph to 35mph + so be prepared. Maui’s cycling trails have a clay base and can get slippery when wet. During the rainy season some trails might be closed so please make sure you give us call before you plan your ride so we can suggest the ideal days and what time of day to ride.
Suggested ride time: Early in the morning!
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Maui has some of the most diverse terrain and is one of the most incredible place to ride on earth! Crater Cycles reminds all riders to expect the unexpected weather on Maui. Due to the island’s rugged, irregular topography and extreme variations in weather conditions strong trade winds can bring storms up near the top of Haleakala or heavy rains on Maui’s North Shore. Please make sure you give us call before you plan your ride so we can suggest the ideal days to ride depending on what time of year you arrive.
Due to Maui’s extreme weather and island humidity this alone can take a toll on your body. We recommend that you bring supplemental electrolytes and be sure you take then on your ride.
- Electrolyte mix for bottles
- Easily digestible energy bars
- Cliff Shot Bloks
- ELECTROLYTES! (Salt tabs and hammer endurolytes)
- 2 tall water bottles minimum
With Maui’s’s weather changes we recommend the following clothing and gear to bring on your ride.
- Arm warmers
- Rain or wind breaker jacket
- Good cycle shoes
- Full finger gloves