28th Annual Haleiwa Metric Century Ride
Sunday, April 28, 2019
Registration Not Open
See Below 2018 Information to Learn More
Beautiful Weather + 800 Friendly Bicyclists = Awesome Haleiwa Metric Century Ride
The 27th Annual Haleiwa Metric Century Ride
was a fantastic success on April 29th, 2018!
As well as the Haleiwa Aloha Fun Ride! A 5km or 10km family ride!
Packet Pickup – Ala Wai Club House Ballroom
Friday, April 27 – 12pm to 6pm, & Saturday, April 28 – 8am to 2pm.
– Ride Start Times –
Haleiwa Metric Century Ride – Sunday, 7:30am, Line up at 7am
Haleiwa Aloha Fun Ride – Sunday, 8:30am, Line up at 8am
The John B. Kelley Haleiwa Metric Century Ride begins and ends in Kaiaka Bay Beach Park on the Northshore of Oahu. Ride at your own pace, all skill levels and ages are welcome.
The course takes you through Haleiwa Town, out towards Kaena Point, then back along the shores past Waimea Valley, Sunset Beach, and Kahuku. The road is mostly flat with a few moderate hills. This is a ride, not a race, and all roads remain open. Please ride with aloha.
2018 Registration Rates
Register in what Bicycling Magazine called one of the 50 Best Rides in the United States! All early and regular registrations include dry-fit t-shirts. Limited quantities and sizes are available for Late Registrations (which include registrations during Packet Pickup, and on Ride Day). There is a processing fee for using a credit card with online registration.
Haleiwa Metric Century Ride (30km, 50km, 80km, & 100km options, starts at 7:30am) – Registration Rates
|(t-shirt not guaranteed)
|(t-shirt not guaranteed)
|Youth (<18yrs) (Under 16 must be accompanied by adult)||$25||$30||$35||$40|
Haleiwa Aloha Fun Ride (10km options, starts at 8:30am) – Registration Rates
|Haleiwa Aloha Fun Ride||Early
|(t-shirt not guaranteed)
|Keiki (Under 16, must be accompanied by adult)||$10||$10||$10|
Entry fees are non-transferable and non-refundable.
Route: A new route was used in 2017 and will continue in 2018. Starts in Haleiwa Town at Kaiaka Bay Beach Park and rides towards Kaena Point, with the 30km turnaround at Camp Erdman. Riders then return past Dillingham Airfield. Inbound aid station at Waialua High School, then ride towards Sunset Beach (Aid Station), Kahuku (Aid Station), with the 100km turn around at Hau’ula Beach Park. Course closes at 2:00pm. Ride support and aid stations are staggered for riders leaving at 7:30am from Kaiaka Bay Beach Park.
Schedule: Kaiaka Bay Beach Park opens at 6am. Riders begin lining up at 6:45am. Ride announcements are made at 7:15am. First group of cyclists leave at 7:30am. Hau’ula Beach Park Aid Station closes at 12pm, all riders must head back to the park before that. Kaiaka Bay Beach Park aid station closes at 2pm.
Aid Stations: Aid Stations are at Camp Erdman (30km turnaround), Waialua High School (inbound aid station), Sunset Beach Elementary (50km turnaround), Kahuku High School (80km turnaround), and Hau’ula Beach Park (100km turnaround). Snacks, sport drink, and water are provided at each station. Bring your own water bottle, there are a very limited number of cups.
John B. Kelley: Former HBL Board President and HBL Life Member John B. Kelley passed away on May 24, 2006. In 2007, the Haleiwa Metric Ride was dedicated to his tireless efforts, his passion for the Hawaii Bicycling League, and cycling. Read more about John here.
Friendship Ride Leaders: Lead a group of riders for whatever distance you were originally planning to ride. We’ll provide you with a Friendship Ride Leader bib, which let’s other riders know you’ve formed a group and can provide directions and help with minor mechanical adjustments or call course support for help. Contact Sateash Diehm to sign-up.
Prepare for the Ride: Watch our safety briefing video.
Registration: Early registration opens online at the Honolulu Century Ride in late September of the previous year, every year. Late registration is available at packet pickup. Day of registration begins at 6:00am on Sunday, April 29th.
Packet Pickup: Riders can pick up there packets on Friday, April 27 – 12pm to 6pm, Saturday, April 28 8am to 2pm at the Ala Wai Club House Ballroom. Otherwise packets will be available before the ride on Sunday, April 29th starting at 6am.
Ride Guide: Hardcopies of the Ride Guide are included in your packets.
Start: Riders in the Haleiwa Metric Century Ride start in groups with similar riding styles and abilities. This allows all riders to enjoy the ride safely. In both rides, Group A begins first, followed by Groups B, and C. There are pauses between each group to allow groups to spread out on the course. View more information.
Post Ride: When back at Kaiaka Bay Beach Park, please enjoy live music and prizes from 102.7 Da Bomb and Sweet Sounds Entertainment. Purchasing lunch supports the Waialua Bulldogs Football Team. Be sure to visit the HBL tent to purchase merchandise, sign up for Honolulu Century Ride, and renew your membership! Don’t forget to cash in on your Rider Deals with all of our participating Haleiwa business partners. Check out the full list of Rider Deals by CLICKING HERE.
Buses: Buses are available for $10 (roundtrip) delivering riders and their bikes from three convenient locations available: Kailua, Kaka’ako, and Kapolei. All buses will load at 5:00AM and depart their respective locations at 5:30AM sharp. Buses will leave Kaiaka Bay Beach Park at 2:00PM sharp and return to the location they came from. Confirmed bus riders will receive an email with more details and a map of where the bus will be exactly located. Sign up for the bus as part of the HMC registration. Or for those already registered for the ride, sign up for the bus here.
T-Shirts: All participants who register during Early or Regular registration periods receive a dry-fit t-shirt at packet pickup. Late registrants will receive shirts based on available sizes and quantities after the ride.
Refunds/Cancellations: Ride registrations are non-refundable and non-transferable. Forfeited Ride registrations are treated as a donation. HBL, in its sole discretion, may delay, modify, or cancel the Ride for any reason, including if it believes the conditions on the ride day are unsafe. In the event the Ride is delayed, modified, or cancelled, including but not limited to acts of the elements (including without limitation, wind, rain, hurricane, tsunami), acts of terrorism, fire, public disaster, flood, course conditions, or any other cause beyond the control of HBL, there shall be no refund of the Ride entry fee or any other costs incurred in connection with the Ride. HBL shall make efforts to reschedule, but makes no guarantee.