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Honolulu's Rail planners have listened to bicycle advocates and agreed to make Rail bike friendly:
1. Bikes will be allowed on on at all times, including rush hour! Adjustments will be made as needed.
2. 20 bike parking spaces at each station with room for expansion. Put bikes under roof and in secure place if possible.
3. Build in bike stairs/ramps so you can walk on stairs and push bike up skinny inclined ramp.
4. Build integrated system that allows people to come by foot, bike, motorcycle, car, bus to the station. Read more »
Submitted by Chad on Thu, 2011-05-12 00:06
Win a Bicycling Prize and create a commuter network by listing your bike commute!
Click here http://www.hbl.org/content/submit-commute-route-and-be-buddy-so-others-can-commute-too to get started now.
Want to commute but not sure how? Ask these 38 commuters for advice: http://www.hbl.org/content/oahu-commuter-links
ALL BICYCLISTS ARE WINNERS:
Michelle Fanslau, a cycling acupuncturist, is offering FREE acupuncture treatments for HBL members and supporters who ride their bikes to the Acupuncture Hale from May 17 - May 21, 9AM -5PM (King St + Keeamoku St, Honolulu). Read more »
3 weeks after the Haleiwa Metric Century Ride 30 people spent their Sunday afternoon beautifying Haleiwa. Volunteers from Job Corps Waimanalo, Habilitat (Kaneohe), IHS (Downtown, North Shore Chamber of Commerce and Hawaii Bicycling League cleared invasive weed species and trimmed the native naupaka inside the roundabout named for the Weed family. An important goal of HBL is to have cycling benefit the communities we ride in. HBL also teaches effective cycling to Habilitat and IHS participants. Read more »
The Haleiwa Metric Century Ride aid stations and vendors were NOT the source of the norovirus illnesses. 42 people who became ill all ate at the same North Shore restaurant. Half of of the 42 had no contact with the ride. The other half ate at the restaurant after the Ride. Please continue your support for the Haleiwa Metric Century Ride! See Star Advertiser article. Read more »