student on a Biki bicycle

First UH Mānoa Biki customer Douniya Ahmed, a UH Mānoa undergraduate student.

Six Biki stops, which are conveniently located throughout University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa upper and lower campus, were installed on December 1. The Mānoa campus now sports nearly 150 Biki docking points.

“We are excited to partner with Biki to offer our UH community an additional alternative method of transportation that is convenient, sustainable and budget friendly,” said Commuter Services Manager Cate Matsushima. “We’ve been anxiously awaiting the installation of these Biki Stops and encourage students, faculty and staff to try out these Biki bikes.”

Special Biki promotion

As a special promotion, Biki is offering current UH Mānoa students, faculty and staff a discount on its $15 monthly plan, which allows an unlimited number of 30-minute Biki trips during the month. Those who sign up before May 10, 2019, are eligible for a 10 percent discount on Biki’s $15 monthly plan (i.e., reduced pricing of $13.50 plus tax). Also, if a plan is renewed for 12 consecutive months, the 13th month will be free.

A UH email (@hawaii.edu) or a UH-affiliate email address must be used to sign up. To register for this discount, visit Biki’s UH Mānoa partner plan website. This offer is valid for both new and existing Biki members.

Biki is Honolulu’s bikeshare program that offers 130 conveniently located self-service Biki Stops from Iwilei to Diamond Head and 1,300 Biki bikes. All Biki Stop locations are available on the Biki Mobile App.

For more information, visit the Biki website or the Commuter Services website.

Biki stop being installed at UH Mānoa