The new bike sharing program coming to Honolulu this summer now has a name: Biki.
That's pronounced "bee kee," not "bikey."
BikeShare Hawaii came up with the name by crossing "bike" with wiki, which means fast and quick in Hawaiian.
As part of the program, 1,000 bikes will be placed at 100 "Biki Stops" from Chinatown to Diamond Head.
Prices start at $3.50 for a single 30-minute ride. It's $15 per month for an unlimited number of 30-minute trips, $25 per month for unlimited number of 60-minute trips, and $20 for 300 minutes to use any time.