Join a free cycling workshop with the Hawaii Bicycling League! We have a class for every skill level, from beginners that want to learn how to balance, to veteran cyclists that want to improve their mechanical skills.
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A workshop for any adult or child that doesn’t know how to ride a bike. Students meet in a safe learning space and practice balance and bike handling with skilled instructors. Bring your bike or borrow ours!
This on-bike course is perfect for those who are looking to gain confidence with their bikes on the roads of Oʻahu. We’ll go over safe cycling practices, your rights as a cyclist, rules of the road, equipment safety checks, lane positioning and more.
It’s our “Bicycling Basics” workshop, with a “Biki” twist! Refresh your biking skills and knowledge and try out O‘ahu’s new bike sharing system… for free!
Ramp up your cycling game! This on-bike course will cover how to use your bike more efficiently and teach cyclists rules & responsibilities, theft prevention, how use your gears, hazard avoidance maneuvers, and more!
A hands-on introductory course to teach participants how to fix a flat tire with ease, lubricate their chain, and keep their bikes in tip-top shape.
The Hawaii Bicycling League now offers classes just for seniors and older adults! Seniors 50 years and older are provided free recumbent tricycles to take a spin on the bike path. Have fun, get fit, and enjoy our lovely Hawaiʻi weather!
* If you would like to schedule a free cycling workshop with your group please contact the Program Manager, Malia Harunaga, at Malia@HBL.org or call (808) 735-5756. (Minimum group size of 6 participants)
- Biki Bicycling Basics – April 6 (Sat) 9-11am – University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa
- Bicycling Basics – April 7 (Sun) 4:30-6:30pm – Kroc Center (Kapolei)
- Biki Bicycling Basics – April 20 (Sat) 9-11am – Kaka‘ako Waterfront Park
- Basic Bike Maintenance – April 27 (Sat) 11am-1pm – Ala Wai Golf Course Clubhouse (during Hale‘iwa Metric Century Packet Pickup)
May 2019 (is Bike Month!)
- Adult Learn to Ride – May 5 (Sun) 4-6pm – Ala Wai Promenade
- Adult Learn to Ride – May 11 (Sat) 9-11am – Ala Wai Promenade
- Ladies Only Fix-A-Flat Clinic – May 11 (Sat) 10:30am-12pm – Magic Island (as part of HBL’s Wahine Who Ride event!)
- ICC Hawaii Students Only Biki Bicycling Basics – May 15 (Wed) 9-11am – Kaka‘ako Waterfront Park
- Road Cycling Skills – May 19 (Sun) 4-6pm – Kapi‘olani Community College
- Shelter Residents Only Biki Bicycling Basics – May 26 (Sun) 9-11am – Waikiki Health’s Next Step Shelter in Kaka‘ako
- Basic Bike Maintenance – May 29 (Wed) 4:30-6:30pm – Island Triathlon & Bike
- Basic Bike Maintenance – June 1 (Sat) 1-3pm – Kroc Center (Kapolei)
- Biki Bicycling Basics – June 8 (Sat) 9-11am – First Christian Church of Honolulu
Adult Learn to Ride – July 7 (Sun) 9-11am – Ala Wai Promenade– WORKSHOP FULL, email Malia at Malia@HBL.org to be put on waitlist Adult Learn to Ride – July 20 (Sat) 4-6pm – Ala Wai Promenade– WORKSHOP FULL, email Malia at Malia@HBL.org to be put on waitlist
- Road Cycling Skills – August 3 (Sat) 9-11am – Kroc Center (Kapolei). *Email Malia at Malia@HBL.org if you want to scoop up a Brompton folding bike from Ebikes Hawaii to use for the workshop! Available to the first FOUR people to email Malia.
- Biki Bicycling Basics – August 17 (Sat) 10am-12pm – Waikīkī-Kapahulu Public Library
- Biki Bicycling Basics – September 7 (Sat) 9-11am – Location TBA
- Biki Bicycling Basics – October 20 (Sun) 9-11am – Location TBA
- Biki Bicycling Basics – November 9 (Sat) 9-11am – Location TBA
- Biki Bicycling Basics – December 7 (Sat) 9-11am – Location TBA
Sign Up For A Workshop Today!
✴ Workshop registration closes 24 hours before the workshop
Cancellation / No-Show Fee
For cancellations/no-shows with less than 24 hours notice there will be a $5.00 cancellation/no-show fee for costs incurred. If you cannot attend your scheduled workshop, please contact HBL’s Adult Education Manager at Malia@HBL.org or text/call (808) 457-5401 as soon as possible. Because our workshops have limited numbers for appropriate instructor/student ratio, no-shows deprive someone else from the opportunity to participate. As a small nonprofit trying to change the world one person at a time, we appreciate your understanding!