Volunteer. Advocate.Your time and passion will make a difference.
Help us in the office, man an Aid Station, help clean up a bike route, and much more. We need you! Please click below to be contacted for volunteer opportunities.
Those new bike lanes and the 3-Foot Passing Law didn’t just happen. And they wouldn’t have happened without Advocates like you joining the fight. Consideration for people to bike simply isn’t a high priority for most folks here, with most everything being about cars. With 365 days of good weather, limited space, a need to improve health, to provide equitable transportation, and to care about sustainability, biking more and driving less makes tons of sense. Changes need to be made to encourage and enable that. But change is hard. Advocates push for change anyway.
WHAT'S HAPPENING NOW?
We are hiring!
Each year, HBL’s BikeEd Program teaches bike safety to 8,000 O‘ahu 4th-grade students. HBL is looking for both Full-Time (Monday through Friday) and Part-Time (Thursday and Friday) BikeEd Instructors to start August 2 for the coming school year. The BikeEd Team is comprised of 2-3 instructors, including a BikeEd Team Leader.
KE‘EAUMOKU COMPLETE STREETS
Honolulu’s busy Ke‘eaumoku Street was originally designed to optimize motor vehicle traffic flow. The City has now identified it as a “Complete Street” project to implement a new street design that balances the needs of those who walk, bike, use a wheelchair, ride transit or use a car. Learn more and weigh in here.
HAWAI‘I BIKE PLAN
The State of Hawai‘i Department of Transportation’s Bike Plan Hawai‘i website is a resource for current information on projects underway, plans in development, community outreach information, and much more.
O‘AHU BIKE PLAN
Created by the City, this identifies specific projects, policies, and programs to continue to grow ridership by providing a network of safe, low-stress bikeways on the island of O‘ahu.
Complete Streets are streets that work for everyone, safely moving people while balancing the needs of all roadway users, such as pedestrians, bicyclists, transit riders, and motorists. Complete streets are safe, convenient, and accessible for all, regardless of how one gets around, age, or ability.