Bike Ed

Teaching bike safety to 4th graders since 1989.


BikeEd teaches bike safety to 4th Graders.
BikeEd Information
Additional BikeEd Events & Services

Aloha Fun Rides

Put your new bike skills to the test by joining HBL & BikeEd at one of our Aloha Fun Rides. These are  family-friendly events, where you can choose to ride up to 18 miles with aid stations along the way. 

For 2024 the Hale‘iwa Metric Century and the Honolulu Century will both be having Aloha Fun Rides. Be on the look out for other AFR events through out the year.

Keiki bike rodeos

A keiki bike rodeo is an event to promote cycling skills, safe riding, and fun. Bike Rodeos offer keiki the real world skills they need to ride a bicycle safely. This event will teach kids and their parents about proper helmet fitting and safety, bike fit, bike laws, hand signals, and bike handling drills. Bikes and helmets are provided. If your organization would like to request a Bike Rodeo for an event, please email


Keiki Learn to Ride (Summer time only)

Is your child ready to learn how to ride a bike without training wheels? Sign up for our Keiki Learn to Ride classes! We practice the two-foot push method to work on balance and then graduate on to pedaling. Private lessons are available upon request, cost and location is to be decided by the instructor.

Learn to ride a bike — today!

National Bike Summit 2024

In mid March, I attended the National Bike Summit in Washington, D.C. I was joined by our Advocacy Director, Eduardo, as well as hundreds of bicycle advocates from across the

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Ewa Beach Crash – 3/24/24

On March 24th, a person driving a vehicle lost control and fatally struck two people riding their bicycles. This post will be updated as more information is available.

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3/26 Open House and Talk Story

Join Hawai‘i Bicycling League for our first ever Open House & Talk Story. We’ll be hosting Douglas Concha on Tuesday, March 26th. This is a new event and one where

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National 311 Day

Join HBL in reporting road hazards to 311 on March 11th! Learn more about important apps, forms, and phone numbers to report road issues.

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