Lori McCarney
Executive Director

Prior to joining HBL, Lori was the CEO and Executive Director of Bikeshare Hawaii. Over a four-year period, she led the funding,design, start up, launch, and community acceptance phases of the Honolulu bikeshare program, Biki. She used a variety of skills acquired over her career, added her passion to get more people on bikes, and her desire to give back to the community to move the initiative forward. She designed the program, raised funds, collaborated with local government, and helped the community accept a new transportation mode. In its first full year of operation, Biki became the 6th most popular system (of more than 100) in the nation.
Lori has 40+ years of senior management experience in a variety of industries in local, national and international markets. She specializes in business strategy and marketing. Prior to moving to Hawaii, she held executive leadership positions at Wells Fargo & Co., Bank of America, and major advertising agencies including McCann-Erickson and Grey Advertising.  McCarney’s local experience includes serving as Group Executive Vice President of Bank of Hawaii, and as an SVP of Coldwell Banker Pacific Properties.
She raised three sons in Honolulu and is very proud of each of them. She enjoys athletic competition as evidenced by her competing in 11 Ironman triathlons. She also recently biked more than 2,200 miles from Fargo, North Dakota to Bar Harbor, Maine.


Malia k Harunaga

Malia k Harunaga
Director of Adult Education

Malia has always loved riding bikes, and competed in keiki triathlons when she was little. She has been teaching as a League Cycling Instructor certified by the League of American Bicyclists for nine years, and after graduating college joined the awesome crew that is HBL at the beginning of the 2015. She is now a League of American Bicyclists Coach (one of 18 in the nation) and could not be happier spreading the joy of cycling to everyone. She loves bicycling (fixed gear & road, competing & for leisure), trail running, and photography. Malia is looking forward to bicycles taking over the world (or at least Hawaiʻi) in the near future!


Craig Ludrick HBL Events Director

Craig Ludrick
Events Director

Craig brings 20 years of event management, fundraising, and marketing experience to HBL. An avid cyclist, he served on the Steering Committee of the Gran Fondo Texas where he used his marketing expertise to increase ridership and revenue. After serving in the US Army as a Russian Linguist, Craig earned a Master’s degree and then founded a non-profit organization where he created and managed training events throughout the former Soviet Union and India. He later founded SiteHatcher, a web design and internet marketing company that gets results for both non-profit organizations and for-profit companies. In addition to cycling, Craig loves traveling, sailing, fishing, and photography. He has cycled in Europe and in numerous cycling events in the US, such as: the MS 150, RBC Gran Fondo Silicon Valley and Hotter’n Hell 100. His secret to riding in long distance cycling events is that he finds no shame in riding in the SAG Wagon.


Andrew Ouchi
BikeED Manager/Instructor

Andrew enjoys riding bikes, but finds hills to be a problem. He found a great solution to this when he heard about electric bikes and proudly owns a couple DIY bikes. Andrew has been working with kids for over 10 years and now gets to teach them how to be safer and smarter commuters.


Chet BlantonChet Blanton, HBL BikeED Team Leader
BikeED Team Leader

Chet “the Jet” Blanton has taught bicycle education to 4th graders in BikeEd Hawaii since 1999. The founder of the triathlon team Team Jet Hawaii, Chet’s also an accomplished triathlete: former reigning world record holder for completing the most Ironman’s in one year (27, 1998-2003), and has completed 45 Marathons, 80 Ultra Marathons, 100 Sprint Triathlons, and the Double Deca Ironman.

 

BikeEd Part Time Instructors Taylor Clark & Branden Abrams coming soon