Our agenda includes improving motorcycle safety through education, motorist awareness, the defeat or repeal of all motorcycle related legislation that is unjustifiably restrictive, and improving the public’s perception of motorcycling.
In 1972 a group of riders got together in a motorcycle shop. These riders founded Street Bikers United to protect motorcyclists’ rights in Hawaii
Today, SBUHI continues to voice motorcyclists’ interest within our community. You can help by joining and becoming a member today.
Your membership dues go to assist in all of the above, but primarily to defend legislation that is viewed as anti-motorcycle in Hawaii.
Street Bikers United, Hawaii, Inc. Member Benefits
1. First hand knowledge of bills and resolutions introduced for changes in motorcycle riding laws in the State of Hawaii
2. Monthly newsletter to keep you informed about the Hawaii motorcycle scene, events and runs
3. Discounts at motorcycle shops and other businesses
Earl Wilson Hawaii, 1942 SBU History, Background and Function Motorcycles have been a major part of Hawaii’s motoring history since the Second World War and earlier. There have always been motorcycle riders enjoying the winding coastal and mountain roads, year round warm tropical climate and beautiful scenery that makes Hawaii one of the premier motorcycle
SBU Maui County also likes to assist in local charitable events and community services, (with special interest for Maui County’s keiki- including Moloka’i & Lana’i), motorcycle safety training and rider awareness programs.