- Saturday, March 25th, 2017
- Meet up at Kahe Beach Park (aka Electric Beach) at 8:30 am to roll out at 9:00am
- This is an OFF-ROAD ride along the future Leeward Bikeway route (to Lualualei Naval Road, cross Farrington Highway and head to Kahumana Organic Farm!
- Distance: 17 miles roundtrip!
- Kahumana Organic Farm Tour: 10:30 am (Tour Fee: $7.00/adults and $5.00/keiki K-6 grade).
- Optional farm to table lunch at the delicious Kahumana Organic Cafe! (Please sign up for lunch so we can let the cafe know how many people to expect!)
- Please consider making a donation to HBL’s Leeward Bikeway advocacy campaign! Click here to donate!
- An email will be sent out Thursday before the ride with instructions and directions!
The Leeward Bikeway
The Leeward Bikeway project has been in the works for almost 40 years! This year, with generous member donations, HBL decided it has been too long! We have been working hard to get the word out, policy implemented and the multi-use path built! Around 23 miles long, the Leeward Bikeway will be the longest bike path on Oahu. Join us on this ride to see the (not yet paved) western-most portion of the route, to tour the Kahumana Organic Farm, and enjoyed lunch at the Kahumana Organic Cafe! Learn more about the Leeward Bikeway at www.HBL.org/LeewardBikeway
Kahumana Organic Farm & Cafe
Kahumana Organic Farm believes that caring for the most vulnerable members of our society determines our mark as a people and a nation. The farms mission is to co-create a healthy, inclusive and productive farm-based community with homeless families, people with disabilities and youth through the practices of: mindfulness (Maka’ala), empathy (Aloha), and working together (Lokahi).
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