Bike Month 2022

The month of July is Bike Month in Hawai‘i!

Celebrate with HBL and all your friends (old and new!) as we reward those for riding, encourage others to bike, and celebrate cycling with a month packed of pedal-powered fun!


Pick up one of these swanky shirts for yourself (or a friend, coworker, or family member!) at one of the HBL Bike Month events! 

$20.00 for non-members (join here!)

$10.00 for current HBL members

There are cotton shirts, dri-fit shirts, long-sleeve, sleeveless, tank tops, and everything in between. First come first serve. Which one will you get?!

Win a pair of tickets to the Jack Johnson concert at the Waikīkī Shell!

As a bonus, every volunteer shift you commit to helping with during Bike Month will gain you an entry to win two (2) tickets to see Jack Johnson in concert at the end of the month!

Deadline for entries: Sunday, July 24th at MIDNIGHT!


Support HBL during Bike Month!

The Johnson Ohana Foundation will be matching donations, up to a total $2500. Double your contribution! Plus, be entered to win a pair of tickets to the Jack Johnson Concert on Friday, July 29th! Stay tuned for more details.

Deadline for entries: Sunday, July 24th at MIDNIGHT!


Check out all the activities happening in July!

Keiki to Kūpuna FAMILY FUN DAY


JULY 2 (Saturday)

Enjoy family-fun games and activities for the whole family, including arts and crafts, Japanese aerobic dance, and more! This Blue Zones Project event is free and open to the public.

WHEN: 9:00am – 11:00am

WHERE: Old Stadium Park

Aloha Shirt Social Ride

JULY 9 (Saturday)

Time to bust out your aloha shirts for this casual ride. Tacky or Terrific; Fugly or Fantastic… all Aloha Shirts are welcome here. We hope to see a gamut of floral prints for this urban Honolulu social cruise! No registration needed. Meet at the Kapiolani Fountain, social ride pace via bike infrastructure, finishing at Lokahi Brewing on S. King St.

WHEN: 5:00pm

WHERE: Louise Dillingham Memorial Fountain at Kapi‘olani Park

ROUTE: Departing Kapiolani Fountain and heading ewa on Kalakaua Ave, up Monsarrat Ave, along the bike path on Paki Ave, across onto Ala Wai Blvd, up McCully St, then ewa on King St, then down Pensacola Ave, then through Ward Village, then up Ward Ave, then back diamond head on King St and finish at Lokahi Brewing (1160 S King St). This is a one way ride. Bring a bike lock if you plan to go into Lokahi.

Free Biki Rides Day!

JULY 11 (Monday)

Free Biki rides all day long, sponsored by 7-Eleven Hawaii. Use code 711 at any Biki Stop or on the PBSC App to redeem one free 30 minute ride.

WHEN: 12:01am – 11:59pm (HST)

WHERE: Everywhere!

Safe Streets Virtual Rally

JULY 16 (Saturday)

WHEN: 11:00am – 12:00pm

WHERE: Online (Zoom) Meeting ID: 812 9360 7690; Passcode: 838612

Join us online for this safe streets virtual rally. Questions and discussion afterwards.
• Travis Counsell, Executive Director of The Hawaii Bicycling League
• Chelsea Gonzales, Statewide Coordinator of The HI Alcohol Policy Alliance
• Brandon Elefante, District 8 Councilmember
• Matt Gonser, Chief Resilience Officer and Executive Director of the Office of Climate Change, Sustainability & Resiliency
• Heidi Tsuneyoshi, District 2 Councilmember

Bike to Work Day

JULY 22 (Friday)

Bike to Work Day +Energizer Station

WHEN: 7:00am – 9:00am

WHERE: Civic Center Bike Path & Punchbowl St. (behind the State Library)

Stop by HBL’s Bike Commuter Energizer Station along your way to/from work and get rewarded for biking! HBL will be handing out free coffee, snacks, and lots of high fives, just for riding 🙂 




July 5th (Tuesday)

Biki Energizer Station

3:30 – 6:00pm

S. King Street + Ke‘eaumoku Street

Free snacks and refreshments, sponsored by 7-Eleven Hawaii


(click the map for Google Directions) 

July 8th (Friday)

DTS Bike Month Station 

7:00 – 9:00am

Fasi Municipal Building (next to the flagpole outside)

Get some helpful info from the City & County of Honolulu Department of Transportation Services at their Bike Month station.

(click the map for Google Directions) 

July 12th (Tuesday)

Biki Energizer Station

3:30 – 6:00pm

Biki Stop #244 at Ala Moana Beach Park Drive, at the Atkinson Drive entrance

Free t-shirts and water bottles for cyclists, sponsored by Project Footprint


(click the map for Google Directions) 

July 15th (Friday)

DTS Bike Month Station

11:00am – 1:00pm

Fasi Municipal Building (next to the flagpole outside)

City & County of Honolulu Department of Transportation Services will be hosting a station to celebrate Bike Month each Friday in July. Come by for helpful info! DTS will have the Bus displayed (on King St.) to demonstrate how to use the convenient bus bike racks.

(click the map for Google Directions) 

July 19th (Tuesday)

Biki Energizer Station

3:30 – 6:00pm

Biki Stop #228 (located outside Planet Fitness Ala Moana)

Free snacks and refreshments, sponsored by Planet Fitness


(click the map for Google Directions) 

July 22nd (Friday)

HBL Energizer Station

7:00 – 9:00am

Civic Center Bike Path + Punchbowl Street (between the State Library and the Capitol)

Sponsored by: Starbucks SALT


(click the map for Google Directions) 

July 26th (Tuesday)

Biki Energizer Station

3:30 – 6:00pm

Ward Village: Kolowalu Park

Free healthy snacks, cold drinks and tote bags for cyclists, sponsored by Ward Village.




July 29th (Friday)

DTS Bike Month Station

3:00 – 5:00pm

Fasi Municipal Building (next to the flagpole outside)

Get some helpful info from the City & County of Honolulu Department of Transportation Services at their Bike Month station.

(click the map for Google Directions) 

Spread the cycling cheer by helping at an Energizer Station volunteer shift!

Bike Month Pau Hana!

JULY 27 (Wednesday)

Bike Month Pau Hana!

WHEN: 5:00pm

WHERE: Village Bottle Shop at SALT

Join us on Wednesday, 7/27 at 5pm for Bike Month Pau Hana! Celebrate bicycles and connect with friends. We’ll be set up at Village Bottle Shop at SALT. You are welcomed to bring in food from nearby shops and grab a drink from Village Bottle Shop. We’ll have bike month t-shirts and other HBL info available. No formal programming, just a fun time to celebrate Bike Month with friends!


JULY 29–30 (Friday & Saturday)

Jack Johnson – Bike Valet

Join Jack Johnson (who has been a pioneer in terms of eco-conscious touring) & HBL  to assist in greening his upcoming tour. 

One of the ways Jack Johnson offsets his touring carbon footprint is by offering bike valets at the venues along his tour. HBL will be providing free bike valet for these two upcoming events and hope that you can lend a hand!

Singer-songwriter Jack Johnson’s easy-going music resonated well with listeners, earning him a breakthrough into the mainstream scene with his debut album, Brushfire Fairytales, which entered the top 50 of the Billboard 200 chart. By his sophomore album, On and On, Johnson skyrocketed to number 3 on the said chart. On and On spawned the hit single, “The Horizon Has Been Defeated.” The album also features “Gone,” a song in which the chorus was used for the Black Eyed Peas’ “Gone Going.” Later, the track earned a Grammy Award nomination for Best Pop Collaboration with Vocal. In 2005, Johnson released his third album, In Between Dreams, which peaked at number 2 on the Billboard 200 chart. The album contains the massive hit, “Better Together.” The record eventually earned a double-platinum certification in the U.S. and multiple platinum in Australia, Denmark, New Zealand, and many more. Jack Johnson went on a chart-topping streak for his subsequent three albums, Sleep Through The Static, To the Sea, and From Here to Now to You. The records earned multiple platinum and gold certifications in the U.S. and several other countries. This year, Johnson is slated to release his eighth studio album, Meet the Moonlight, in June. If you’re into easy-going tunes, then Jack Johnson is your man. Tickets to see him perform at the Waikiki Shell are now available!


JULY 31 (Sunday)

Free helmet distribution!

WHEN: 10:00am – 2:00pm

WHERE: The Barn at SALT Kaka‘ako

Biki and HBL will be performing free helmet fittings and distributing over 400 helmets to members of the community, sponsored by Central Pacific Bank. Don’t have a helmet for your wheels? We’ve got you covered! More details at:

Bike Month 2022 Goals:

꠸ Ride a different path to work.
꠸ Explore your neighborhood by bike.
꠸ Score yourself a new 2022 Bike Month shirt and make your friends jealous!
꠸ Show your bike some love – give it a nice wash or bring it in for a tune-up.
꠸ Learn a new cycling skill (HBL has the right workshop for you, and they are all free! Sign up HERE):

Lastly, we’d love YOUR help in making Bike Month awesome for all.

1. Encourage a friend, coworker, family member to ride! Show them a comfortable bike route for their riding abilities, have ’em get confident on the bike by bringing them out to one of HBL’s fun, informative, and free(!) hands-on cycling workshops, and welcome them into the cycling ʻohana with one of HBL’s many wonderful group rides!

2. Help at one (or more!) of the Bike Month events. It will only take a couple hours of your day and you are sure to go home feeling pumped AND very appreciated! Click here to see where you could help.

3. Make a donation to HBL, the local nonprofit behind the scenes organizing these events and doing work in advocacy and education to make Hawaiʻi a bicycle paradise at All donations are tax-deductible.