Looking for the best places to ride mopeds, scooters and motorcycles in the West Side of Kauai. Then you have come to the right place.

Kauai Waterfalls

Wailua Falls

Kauai is known for its waterfalls and this is one not to miss. You can ride your moped or scooter right to the top of the falls to take it all in.Kauai Waterfall Map
Wailua Falls DirectionsRide Kauai in style on a scooter and see the powerful waterfalls on Kauai.
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Kauai Waterfalls

Menehune Fishponds

Built nearly 1,000 years ago, the Alekoko Menehune Fishpond, minutes from Lihue. Menehune ponds directions
Wailua Falls DirectionsRide Kauai in style on a scooter and see the ancient Menehune Fishponds.
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Kauai Moped Testominals

“Absolutely better than any shuttle or tour that you can find and the best $75 spent on the island!”

(Mark Villasenor, Kirstan Villasenor, Kim Gides; Los Angeles, CA)


Scooter? Moped? What’s the difference?

Mopeds are commonly referred to as scooters.  However, these two  vehicles are classified and regulated very differently.  There are four main differences between a moped and scooter:  classification, requirements, vehicle speed, and carrying capacity.

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When people first see our two-wheeled rentals, they commonly refer to both type of vehicles as “scooters.”  One being just a little larger than the other.  However, they are entirely different.  Mopeds are 49cc vehicles and one only person is allowed on the moped.  You only need a valid drivers license and be at least 18 years old to operate.  So the thing you see everyone  zipping around on is most likely a moped, not a scooter.  A scooter is entirely different, they are classified as a motorcycle and you may seat two people.  A motorcycle license is required and you must be at least 21 years old to rent a scooter.