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Late registration is open! Register online or download the form.
The John B. Kelley Haleiwa Metric Century Ride begins and ends in Kaiaka Bay Beach Park on the Northshore of Oahu. The course takes you through Haleiwa Town, then along the shores over Waimea Valley, Sunset Beach, Kahuku, and Kaaawa. The road is mostly flat with a few moderate hills. Ride at your own pace, all skill levels and ages are welcome. Register now at active.com or download the registration form.
Want to start commuting to school or work by bike this fall? Join one of our freshly scheduled Commuter Cycling 101 workshops! Read more »
Meet at the Waimanalo District Park at 8:30am with gloves and shoes. Volunteers will pick up rubbish on Hihimanu from Waimanalo District Park to Oluolu. Lunch will be provided at 11:30am. To volunteer, please contact Mitchell at 735-5756 or email@example.com.
Thank you for riding in this weekend's ride. 174 riders (3 more than last year!) participated in the 2 day ride: 98 riders Saturday, 76 riders Sunday, 54 rode both days. Thank you also to the 23 volunteers, including 10 ride leaders, aid station volunteers, sweep, mech support, and volunteers at Kaena Point. Read more »
Calling all beginner cyclists in Aiea! Join us for a ride on the Pearl Harbor Bike Path.
When: Saturday May18, 2013 from 8:30am-10:30am
Where: Start at Neal Blaisdell Park near the restrooms
Here's a copy of a letter I sent via TheBus Customer Service online form. We feel really great about TheBus, which was the model we tried to get Roberts Hawaii to adopt -- and they did.