The 37th Annual Honolulu Century Ride is on Sunday, September 30, 2018
Ride begins at 6:15am from Kapiolani Park near the Bandstand on Kalakaua Ave!
The Honolulu Century Ride is the best day of the year to ride your bike! It’s fully supported with aid stations along the way, mechanical help, and HPD presence along the route for added safety
Choose your distance!
Even though it’s a 100 mile century ride, you can choose the distance that’s right for you: 25, 50, or 75 mile options are available.
Looking for something a bit shorter? How about 9 or 18 miles? Consider the Aloha Fun Ride!
Help promote Advocacy.
That’s why we say it’s the best day of the year to ride in paradise. All proceeds help Hawaii Bicycling League make Hawaii’s roads safer for everyone, whether driving, riding or walking. Ride Aloha on Sunday, September 30, 2018 in the Honolulu Century Ride! Regular registration ends August 31, so don’t wait. Reserve your place now, and spread the word!
Save on Registration, Merchandise, and at Bike Shops!
Aloha! Come join us on the Honolulu Century Ride, Hawaii’s largest cycling event. The Honolulu Century Ride annually attracts thousands of riders from around the world. The ride is fully supported with the support of our local bike shops and Honolulu police officers. Aid stations serve locally grown bananas, oranges, and a refreshing sport drink. After riding whatever distance you choose, relax at Kapiolani Park enjoying Hula and eat ono food served by community groups.
2018 Registration Rates
All Early and Regular Registrations include dry-fit t-shirts.
*Limited quantities and sizes are available for Late Registrations and Ride Day Registrations.
|Hawaii / USA||Early Ends 6/15/18||Regular Ends 8/31/18||Late* Ends 9/29/18||Ride Day* 9/30/18|
|Non-Member (Join Today!)||$85||$95||$105||$120|
|Youth (<18yrs) (Under 15 must be accompanied by adult)||$35||$35||$35||$50|
|International||Regular Ends 8/31/18||Late*Ends 9/29/18||Ride Day*9/30/18|
|Youth (<18yrs) (Under 15 must be accompanied by adult)||$40||$50||$60|
|Japanese – Please Visit the Japanese Registration Site||honolulucenturyride.jp|
Entry fee is non-transferable and non-refundable.
Youth is 17 and under. 14 & under must be accompanied by adult.
Discounted entries are available for groups of 10 or more people, please contact Sateash Diehm at email@example.com or 808-735-5756. This also includes any travel agents or trip organizers looking to promote the event.
Packet pickup will be on Friday, 9/28 from 12pm to 6pm and Saturday, 9/29 from 10am to 4pm at the Ala Wai Club House. There will be bicycle parking and vehicle parking on site. Packet Pickup will be located in the upstairs ballroom, on the Diamond Head side. Click here for more information & directions.
Fund Raise for Safer Streets
As Oahu’s oldest and largest cycling organization, Hawaii Bicycling League has a strong voice with local and state agencies. We advocate for positive changes that will help make Hawaii a cycling paradise and encourage more people to ride bicycles.
All funds raised will go toward HBL’s advocacy and education efforts to make Hawaii’s streets safer for all!
Raise Various Amounts to Receive Fundraising Gifts:
$25 – Exclusive Gift – HCR “Fundraiser” Key Chain
$50 – Exclusive Gift – HCR “Fundraiser” Key Chain + HCR Water Bottle
$100 – Exclusive Gift – HCR “Fundraiser” Key Chain + HCR Water Bottle + HCR Athletic Towel
$250 – Exclusive Gift – HCR “Fundraiser” Key Chain + HCR Water Bottle + HCR Athletic Towel
+ 2018 HCR Event Jersey
Click here to create your own HCR Fund Raise for Safer Streets Page!
Frequently Asked Questions (???????)
Is the Century a Ride or a Race? The Honolulu Century Ride is an untimed ride in which riders roll at their own pace. There are no official finishing places or times, a style called Audax in Europe. This gives riders new to Hawaii plenty of freedom to enjoy the sights along the way. The front pack in the ride, however, has some great cyclists riding at near-professional pace. Due to limited road and turn around options, the longest course is around 96 miles long.
Aid Stations 25, 50, 75, and 100 mile distance turnaround options are at Sandy Beach Park, Kailua Intermediate School, KEY Project (Kahaluu) and Swanzy Beach (Kaaawa).
Bike Rentals Many local bike shops offer bike rentals. Call early and reserve! The Bike Shop Honolulu offers Specialized road, mountain, and commuter style bikes. Island Triathlon and Bikes offers a variety of road bikes. Also check out SpinLister for more options.
Course Information Most of the course is flat with a prevailing east or north-east wind that usually is blowing at 5-15 miles per hour by afternoon. These winds can be more of a challenge than the hills. There are two course closure times: To ride 75 miles, you must pass Kailua by 11am. To ride 100 miles, you must pass KEY Project by 10:30am. If you arrive after these times you will be asked to turn back to the finish line for your safety. Keep in mind that the event starts at 6:15am.
Friendship Ride Leaders Lead a group of riders on 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 to help. Download the Friendship Ride Leaders form to sign-up and help out.
Is Your Bike Ready? If you’re not positive that you bike is in top shape, take it to your friendly local bike store for a quick tune-up. At many shops, no appointment is necessary and the tune-up should take a relatively short amount of time. However, it’s polite to call and ask before showing up with your bike. Make Sure Your Bike Fits You – The biggest problem facing most cyclists is bike fit. Nearly all cyclists need some sort of adjustment to their bikes in order to achieve maximum performance. And while you may feel comfortable at first, as your body adapts, your bike may need readjustment. An improperly fit bike can cause an uncomfortable riding experience or even injury. If your knees hurt, chances are you are riding an improperly adjusted bike. Take your bike in to your local bike store to have it professionally fitted.
Online Registration is processed by RedPodium on a secured page. There is a small credit card processing fee.
Parking Waikiki Shell makai lots 1 &4 are reserved for event operations. Free public parking is available at Waikiki Shell mauka lots 2 &3 and, along Monsarrat, KCC in Parking Lot A (across Leahi Hospital), Parking Lot B (across Diamond Head Theatre), and Parking Lot C (next to Chapel).
Registration Early online registration opens April 1 every year.
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.
Ride Guide The Ride Guide will be included in your packets that you’ll receive at packet pickup (see above for pickup times).
Starting Order Riders in the Honolulu 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, & C. There are pauses between each group to allow groups to spread out on the course. View more information.
T-Shirts All participants who register during Early and Regular registration periods receive a dry-fit t-shirt. Late registrants will receive shirts based on available sizes and quantities and can pickup after the event.
Mahalo to the 2017 Honolulu Century Ride Sponsors