You may have heard of sky bikes and are wondering exactly what they are. A simple explanation would be a bike attached to a zipline. If that’s not enough and you’re looking to learn more, we give a complete explanation of sky bikes in this article. Read on to find out more about this adventurous activity.

Sky Bikes: The Complete Explanation

If you know what a zipline is you already understand what sky bikes are. It is a zipline and bicycle combo. You are harnessed in just like you would be with a traditional zip lining adventure. You will ride from platform to platform with amazing views. Depending on where you go, each one will be a little different.

Kauai ATV Is The ONLY Sky Bike in the USA

Kauai ATV on the island of Kauai is home to the one and only sky bike in the United States. This unique adventure brings you over the beautiful waters of Kauai on a flying bike. That’s hard to beat.

You can adventure on your own or race your friend on the triple-line bike track. Enjoy aerial views of the Waita Reservoir, and then repel down for the “leap of faith” afterward. It totals 1400 feet of line and 30 feet in the air throughout the whole adventure. A sky bike is a very unique experience you don’t want to miss. After all, it is the only sky bike in the United States.

Ready To Sky Bike?

There are a few things to keep in mind before visiting. No one under the age of 7. The sky bike is not recommended for anyone with neck, back, or knee injuries, pregnant women, or those who have had surgery in the last 4 months. Keep in mind the dress code as well! We will not allow open-toed shoes and have recommendations for clothing/how to dress on our bookings page.

If we’ve convinced you to ride America’s only sky bike, book your sky bike adventure now before they fill up! If you have any questions or concerns about your trip to Kauai, feel free to contact our experienced staff. We are more than happy to assist you. We look forward to seeing you!

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