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    The Biki app shows available bikes in front of a rack on Auahi St. in Kakaako.

Bikeshare Hawaii has joined with close to 20 establishments to offer Biki riders discounts on food and drink near its bicycle rental stations throughout August.

The Biki Bites promotion includes a 15 percent discount at Kokua Market, a free iced coffee with food or drink purchase at Stage Cafe, and a free peach iced tea with entree purchase at the Honolulu Museum of Art Cafe. Other participating businesses include Flour & Barley, J.J. Dolan’s, Honolulu BeerWorks, Grondin and Bevy Market.

To get a discount, Biki users simply show their Biki pass or same-day receipt. The discounts cannot be combined with other offers or promotions; minimum purchase requirements may apply.

Biki, launched in June, has about 1,000 bikes at 100 self-service Biki stations stretching from Chinatown to Diamond Head.

To check out the deals, visit

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