4/3/19 UPDATE: Only 15 spots left available in this ride!
Join the Honolulu Police Department (HPD) and HBL Saturday April 6th at 5:30pm for the Light Up the Night Ride with HPD! In addition to being a fun ride through Waikīkī, the event will raise awareness about the importance of using lights and being visible when riding at night, and connect the cycling community with the HPD officers that help keep our roads safe. Following the ride, HPD officers will be available to answer your questions, discuss bike and traffic safety, and talk story.
Ride to raise awareness about safe nighttime cycling and sharing the road!
Ride (and talk story) to connect with the people who bike and HPD!
Ride for fun!
Ride to Light Up the Night!
Ride limited to the first 50 registrants!
SCROLL DOWN TO REGISTER (free)!
The short ride will go from Kapi‘olani Park through Waikīkī and back. The slow-moving group ride will be escorted by HPD officers. Bring front and rear lights and other high visibility items! The ride will start and end at Kapi‘olani Park – parking lot near Monsarrat Avenue and Paki Avenue (click here for a map). If you are arriving by car, you can park in that same parking lot, but of course we encourage you to come by bike! All riders must wear a helmet* and have working front & back lights during the ride. The ride will depart around 6:30pm, but all riders should plan to arrive by 5:30pm to sign-in. Please make sure your bicycle is in good-working order for the ride. Your bicycle may be subject to a safety check to ensure it is safe to ride.
Those under 16 years of age must be accompanied by an adult at all times. All participants should be able to bike safely in a group setting.
*FREE HELMET! Queen’s Medical Center is donating helmets for those that are in need of one! Helmet fitting will be done at 5:30pm, if you register to get a free helmet (below) please indicate what size you would like and arrive no later than 6:00PM to get your free helmet! These helmets are yours to keep 🙂
Don’t forget your lights! You can check out an article by HBL staff on some of our favorite flashy lights at www.HBL.org/LightGear.
Click here to go to see pictures from the last Light Up the Night Ride with HPD (on their Facebook page)!
- 5:30pm – Come hang out with HPD and HBL, get your free helmet donated by Queen’s Medical Center!
- 6:00pm – All riders must arrive by 6:00pm
- 6:15pm – Safety briefing
- 6:30pm – We ride!!!
- 7:30pm – The ride should return by 7:30pm or so. Stay around to ask HPD any traffic law questions or just talk story.
Questions? Email Malia at Malia@HBL.org or call (808) 735-5756.
Check out our complete page on Hawaii Bike Laws. Bring your questions to the talk story time after the ride.