Krank Cycles has been dominating the bike scene on Maui since 2013. We consistently provide our clients with the highest level of workmanship and customer service. We are the top choice among bike enthusiasts in Hawaii. To ensure trouble free bike service and excellent bike rentals, our highly trained expert mechanics use top quality parts from the industry leaders like Fox, Devinci, and Shimano. We are proud to bring excellence and integrity to the bicycle industry. As a matter of fact, without a proper bike, it can be very difficult to enjoy the abundance of bike trails that Maui has to offer. A rental bike must be physically inspected by a person who has training and experience to determine if that bike is safe. Mountain bike and road bike companies send their assemblers to special training so they can ensure safety and identify hazards.
Assessing the safety of a bike is often subjective, with damage ranging from rust and flat tires to loose hardware. Improperly adjusted brakes are an immediate safety hazard and will quickly result in damage to the bike and quite possibly the user. Therefore, it is easy to determine the need for this type of examination.
With rust damage you will find tiny corrosion granules damaging key bike components. These granules can eventually lead to bigger issues. Maintaining routine bike service will stop this corrosion from deteriorating any important metal on your bicycle. This also allows any other weak points of your machine to be pinpointed and addressed. For this reason, our trained bike professionals carefully spend countless hours maintaining our rental fleet.
We will fit you to a bike of your choice, skill level, recommend some of the best bike trails that Maui has to offer, and make sure you have a safe and pleasant day! Hope to see you soon.
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“Just down the road is Krank Cycles, where owner Moose will set you up with a bike, maps, and trail reports (rentals from $35).A ten-minute drive (or 45-minute uphill ride) from the shop is Makawao Forest Reserve, where 28 miles of recently upgraded singletrack weave through canopy rainforest, including a Whistler-style flow section.”
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