Sunday, September 29, 2024

Ride Start @ 8:15am – (Lineup at 7:45am)

Kapi‘olani Park, Near the Bandstand, at The King’s Carriage Road

The Aloha Fun Ride start follows the renowned Honolulu Century Ride. Offering a more casual cycling experience perfect for families and keiki.

The routes heads around Diamond Head past stunning ocean views. The first option is to turnaround at Fort Ruger Park making it a 5 mile ride OR you can continue down Kāhala Ave. to Wai‘alae Beach Park before heading back making it an 8 mile ride.

Fully supported with aid stations, mechanical help, and HPD presence along the course for added safety. Grab a friend, or come out with the whole family, and join us for one of the best days of the year to ride!

All you need is a “ready to ride” bicycle and a helmet!


Your Ride! Your Choice! – 5 or 8 Miles!

After riding whatever distance you choose, relax at Kapi‘olani Park with good music, ‘ono food, and wonderful company.

Course Preview:

Looking for more than eight miles?

The Honolulu Century Ride is taking place on the same day and has options from 25-100 miles. We #RideAloha during both events and welcome anyone looking to have a good time cycling.

Registration Rates: Early Ends 6/07/24 Regular Ends 8/30/24 Late Ends 9/25/24 Event Registration 9/22/27-9/29/23
HBL Member $25 $30 $35 $40
Non-Member (Join Today!) $35 $40 $45 $50
Youth– under 16 years old* $10 $10 $10 $20

*Riders under 16 years must be accompanied by adult.

BikeEd Students Ride for FREE!

Hawai‘i Bicycling League’s BikeEd Hawai‘i program teaches over 8,000 4th graders safe cycling skills each school year. We’re offering a special for all our current and previous BikeEd students! Enjoy a FREE youth entry with paying adult. Valid for 1 youth, per paying adult. Youth 15 and younger must be accompanied by an adult. Use Discount Code “BIKEED” at checkout to save $10 off a youth entry!

Entry Fee is Non-transferable and Non-refundable


Packet pickup will be on:

FRIDAY, 9/27 – 12:00PM – 6:00PM

SATURDAY, 9/28 – 10:00AM – 4:00PM

September 27th (Fri) & September 28th (Sat) at the Ala Wai Golf Course Clubhouse.

Address: 404 Kapahulu Ave., Honolulu, HI 96815. Click here for Google Directions.

There will be bicycle parking and vehicle parking on site. Packet Pickup will be located in the upstairs ballroom (on the 2nd floor), on the Diamond Head side.

Rider Packets will include:
– Your rider bib number
– Safety pins
– Rider Instructions
– Other helpful material

If you are picking up packets for family or friends, you will need to give your name & contact info to pickup their packet.

≫ HBL Merchandise will be available for sale.

You can also pick up your packet Sunday morning (the day of the ride), Sept 24th, beginning at 5am near Kalākaua Ave. / Bandstand.

 Please note that packets WILL NOT be available at the HBL office.

  • Functioning Bike
  • Helmet (required)
  • Water Bottle (or two)
  • Spare Tube / Patch Kit
  • Sun Protection
  • Money for lunch at the park or a snack along the ride
  • ID / Medical Card in case of emergency

Other items that might be handy to have include camera, phone, and snacks. Good idea to bring a plastic bag for your phone in case it rains.

Friendly volunteers serving snacks, sport drink, and water at all aid stations.

Bring your own water bottle.

  • Fort Ruger Park – 2.5 miles outbound / Turnaround point for 5 mile riders

  • Wai‘alae Beach Park – 4 miles outbound / Turnaround point for 8 mile riders

Ride with Aloha: Please follow all traffic laws, signs, and signals, plus any requests from the HPD special duty officers on course. Please ride single file (this is law in Hawaii) and to the right of the lane. Please signal to the riders/drivers behind you when merging into the travel lane. Hawai‘i HRS291C-145 allows a cyclist to control the whole lane when it’s too narrow for a car and a bike to share the lane as well as to avoid hazards. For more info on the laws, please visit our Bike Laws page. Please report aggressive / dangerous drivers to HPD by calling 911.

Pass with Care: When passing a rider, please make sure it is clear to do so, then pass on the left. Be sure to signal visually (for riders and drivers behind) and vocally, “passing on your left” for rider ahead.

After the ride enjoy ‘ono food and lively music in the park. Make sure to check out the HBL merchandise tent and other vendors, while hanging out with new friends and soaking in that great feeling of accomplishment for completing your distance goal.

Smile! Official ride photos will be taken by Project M at different locations along the route. Photos will be available for purchase a week or two after the ride. You’ll receive an email with links to your best shots!

Tag HBL in your photos on Instagram and Facebook! Follow @hblridealoha and use #AFR24 and #RideAloha! You can also email your best photos to HBL.

The Aloha Fun Ride is an untimed ride in which riders roll at their own pace. There are no official finishing places or times. This is a family friendly ride that focuses on fun, not speed!

Directional signage will be placed at turns and intersections.

Course map will be available at packet pickup.

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.

Many local bike shops offer bike rentals. Call early and reserve! The Bike Shop Honolulu offers Specialized road, mountain, and commuter style bikes. Hawaiian Style Rentals & Sales offers city style bikes. Velohana offers great value with performance road bikes by Chapter 2, Argon 18, Bianchi & more. They also offer a full service suite to help people prepare for the event. Boca Hawaii offers road bike & tri bike rentals. They can accommodate a custom match if you provide them with the size of bike needed and dates of desired rental period. 

Also check out SpinLister for more options.

Electric Assist Bikes are allowed in the Aloha Fun Ride as long as the bike does require pedal force to operate and the rider agrees to ride at safe and controlled speeds and follow all the customary rider courtesy and safety requirements expected of riders using standard non-assisted bikes.

Parking is available in the Kapi‘olani Park lots (near Waikīkī Shell), on the street along Paki Avenue, and in the surrounding area. If you live in the neighborhood, we encourage you to bike over or carpool! Please avoid parking in any reserved or no parking stalls.

The event is not only a community ride that celebrates cycling as a fun & healthy activity and brings more awareness to bicycling safety, but ultimately is a fundraising event for HBL. Expenses are incurred before the ride takes place. For that reason, no deferrals or refunds will be processed.

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 registrations are non-refundable and non-transferable. Forfeited Ride registrations are treated as a donation.