I ride the bus on Oahu, but I've entertained the idea of getting a bike too. I wait for the bus and while waiting I noticed when bike riders want to ride the bus, they have to carry the bike up to the rack on the bus. It looks heavy to heave the bike to the bike rack on the bus, so I gave up the idea of getting a bike. Locally, you have to have a license to ride a bike. The City has built some bike ways on the road for bikers. There are some people who commute on bikes. When it's raining many ride the bus and bike. Being a Senior Citizen you got to be careful when wanting to ride a bike, it's not easy to lift, refill the tires when needed and you got to keep it safe when at home. I saw a bike rider where I live carrying up his bike up the stairs to his home. Well, as I said I gave up the idea of getting a bike, though it saves on buying gas. The City recently decided to raise bus pass prices to pay for rail, but it still needs the Mayor's signature to pass. Bus pass is currently $60, if the Mayor signs the new law it'll go up to $70!