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- Events and Rides Calendar
- Group Rides
- Weekly Beginner Rides
- Weekly Intermediate Rides
- Weekly Advanced Rides
- Monthly Rides
- Annual Rides
- Haleiwa Metric Century Ride
- Honolulu Century Ride
- Zach's Ride in Paradise
- Find a Bike Shop
- Neighbor Island Organizations
- Report Dangerous Drivers to HPD
- Oahu Bike Map
- Oahu Hill Climbs
- Report a Road Hazard
- Weekly Street Sweeping Schedule
- Six Month Street Sweeping Schedule
- Roberts Hawaii Training Video
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.
Tragic and Needless Cyclist Death on Maui: Drivers Must Use Extra Caution for Vulnerable Users!
Position: Manage Department of Transportation grant project for the Hawaii Bicycling League (HBL) under direction of Executive Director Chad Taniguchi, full-time (40hrs/week) through September 30, 2014. High possibility of continuation.
The Project Manager will manage two established workshops for the Hawaii Bicycling League, Cycling Skills 101 and Walk Bike Drive, and manage grant operations. The Project Manager will: Read more »
April 8 Workshop for Advocates Still Open; April 9 closed. (Bike & Pedestrian federal funding workshops)
HBL Advocate Training
530-830p Tuesday April 8 State Capitol Rm 329
Registration closes April 7: http://map21hawaiiadvocates.eventbrite.com
Staff, Elected Officials, Advocates Training
8a-330p Wednesday April 9 State Capitol Rm 329
Registration closed:) Mahalo. Read more »
The City is surveying Oahu residents about changing the focus for transportation in Waikiki to put pedestrians first, including bicyclists access. Everyone please take this survey. Waikiki, University, and Moiliili-McCully residents especially.
4/4/14 Update: We still have 2 competing bills. SB2729HD1 is very good. HB1509SD2 makes the current law unenforceable. We will want support for SB2729HD1. Stay tuned and be ready to send emails or make phone calls to Senators English and Hee, and Representatives Yamane and Rhoads. We'll need to act next week.
We need your help to keep the current no cellphone while driving law strong. There are 2 competing bills in the state legislature on the same subject of cellphones/mobile electronic devices. Read more »