THE HIBIKE BULLETIN: December 2022

03/15/2023
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Welcome to HIBIKE's snowy ❄️ edition of the Bulletin. We'd like to wish you all a safe and happy holiday🎄 and a happy new year 🥳!

Website

Visit our new and improved website for the latest information at: https://www.hawaiiislandbike.com/

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Safety - On the Road

  • Pass a parked vehicle with sufficient space to avoid getting hit by someone opening their car door
  • Don't ride too close to other vehicles (if they brake, you could be in trouble)
  • Be careful of pedestrians crossing the roads

2023 Resolutions

If you or someone you know is looking to improve your health and/or the environment, getting a HIBIKE plan is a great start. If you already have a HIBIKE plan, consider increasing your riding time (riding more days or taking longer trips).

 

Sticking to your new year resolutions can sometimes be challenging. If you and a family member or friend commit to them together, you will be more likely to succeed in your goals. Consider referring someone you know to HIBIKE and ride together.

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Tips & Tricks

Checking out your bike

 

Before releasing your bike:

 

  • Check that the tires are not flat
  • Use the seat clamp (handle below the seat) to adjust the seat to the right height (move the seat up or down to desired level when loosening the clamp, then tighten the clamp to lock the seat in place)
  • Check that the pedals are working

 

Releasing your bike:

 

  • After punching your code into the keypad or inserting your keycard into the slot on the keypad, wait until the LED light on the keypad turns green before pulling out your bike (light will turn yellow first)
  • If you are having trouble releasing the bike, hold the bike by the seat and lift the bike up in the air as high as you can, then drop it (to the ground). You should be able to pull the bike out.

 

*Reminder: your time will continue to run until your bike is docked at one of our stations. Be sure to check the keypad for the green light before walking away from your bike. That is the only way to know it is locked.

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