Mahalo for your response!
Awesome that you’re planning to Biki to the HBL Annual Dinner & Fundraiser on January 26 (Sat), 2019!
With Biki’s new expansion into Makiki, Iwilei, UH Mānoa (and more!) this past winter, there is a brand new Biki Stop right by the Aquarium!
Biki Staff will be available at Biki Stop (#518) to make sure you have an open dock for your Biki (from 5 pm – 6:30pm).
If you plan to also Biki home, let the Biki Crew know and the team will reserve a Biki for you after the party! (Up until 9:45pm)
Honolulu City Lights Parade – Dec. 1, 2018 (Sat)
For pictures from the 2018 parade, check out HBL’s City Lights Parade Facebook album!
Click here for ‘Ōlelo TV coverage of our cycling contingent!
This parade is sponsored by the City and County of Honolulu, and we are excited to be accepted in with the Department of Transportation Services’ contingent this year! They expect 2,000 marchers, 40 floats & 15 vehicles to participate in this popular Christmas parade. The parade starts at A’ala Park and goes down S. King Street, ending in front of Honolulu Hale. You can check out the parade route HERE. The parade runs from around 6:00-6:30pm, but the Honolulu City Lights Opening Night Festivities will be going on from 4-11pm! You can check out their schedule HERE. We will meet at the Fasi Municipal Building as early as 4:00pm by the fix-it station to decorate our rides, and then ride together to the start – between N. King Street & Hotel Street (near the Golden River Restaurant).
** PARADE DETAILS SUBJECT TO CHANGE (sign-up below and be kept up to date with parade details!)
Pictures from 2015’s Electric Light Parade:
We will have our decorated bikes and Senior Cycling Program recumbent trikes out to cruise along in both of these parades! Join in the cheer by wearing your most festive outfit and decking your bike out with lights, garlands, and whatever awesome decorations you want! Please join us for this fun parade by signing up below, and bring your friends and family out! 😀
Because we are acting as guests of the City & County of Honolulu, Department of Transportation Services, in this city worker only parade, we are limited to thirty (30) parade riders. So sign-up if you can make it, participants will be accepted as a first-come first-served basis.
** This is NOT an HBL event and is organized by H3T: Race to the Base **
Mark your calendars! The H3T Race to the Base returns on November 17th.
Enjoy a closed course and the amazing experience of riding over the H3 interstate!
Proceeds benefit the Hawaii Law Enforcement Memorial Foundation.
HBL is a proud supporter of this event.
Register for the event at: flpregister.com/372
Packet Pickup: November 14th (Wed) & 15th (Thu): Noon – 6pm
At Boca Hawaii, 330 Cooke St, Kaka‘ako, PH 591-9839
Volunteers Needed! Click Here to Volunteer! Details Below.
This is a triathlon, bicycle race, and bicycle ride.
Compete, enjoy the view, and enjoy the unique opportunity to ride on a closed interstate!
Check out the video below for drone footage of the H3 Interstate section! A truly unique and awesome experience.
Learn more and sign up by visiting the H3 Race to the Base Website
“We are currently limited the bicycles allowed for this event to geared road specific bicycles, no mountain bikes, electric bikes, tandems, beach cruisers, single speeds, etc (per DOT regulations). Recumbent bicycles are permitted if the rider can maintain the average speed and the rider is comfortable riding in a group. There will be a pre-ride checkout at Ala Moana park to ensure bicycles have working brakes and are in proper condition for the event. Please ensure your bike is in working condition and consider having a tune up before the event. Since riders will be arriving and starting the event before the sun is out, front & back lights are MANDATORY to participate in the ride/race. We reserve the right to refuse access to the course to non-permitted or unsafe bicycles. If you have any questions regarding a bicycle being permitted, please contact the race director. Also, please be prepared to perform your own mechanical aid as this is not a supported ride. If you are not comfortable changing a flat tire or performing basic bicycle repair, please consider taking a free Basic Bike Maintenance class offered by HBL – hbl.org/workshops.”
There will be two free workshops offered to event registrants and the general public to get them geared up for the epic ride/race. Road Cycling Skills workshop on November 11th (Sun) from 4-6pm at Kaka‘ako Waterfront Park will have you mastering your multi-speed bicycle so the long climb up the H3 (and the swooping decent) is no problem! At packet pickup (day 1) at Boca on November 14th (Wed) from 3:45-5:45pm there will be a Basic Bike Maintenance workshop where you’ll learn to fix a flat with ease and do simple maintenance to make sure your bike is ride & race ready!
There is limited space in these workshops so sign up at HBL.org/workshops to reserve your spot!
All participants get a complimentary bike prize.
Sign up at: www.volunteersignup.org/LT4BK
Sign up at: www.volunteersignup.org/LT4BK
Check out a video below from the epic ride in 2017!