Major events, group rides and routes.
September 24, 2023
We will celebrate Oʻahu’s coastal beauty in Hawaiʻi’s longest running annual cycling event.
100 mile century out and back ride takes you from Kapiʻolani Regional Park along the South share to the East shores of Hawaii Kai, over historic Makapuʻu Lookout into Kailua, through Kaneohe to Kamehameha Hwy where you will ride into the beautiful North Shore to the 100 mile turnaround at Swanzy Beach Park
April 30, 2023
Kicking off the summer each year we head out to the North Shore of Oʻahu for a Metric Century. The course takes you through Haleʻiwa Town, out towards Kaʻena Point, then back along the shores past Waimea Valley, Sunset Beach, and Kahuku, with the 100km turn around at Hauʻula Beach Park.
March 4, 2023
This event will incorporate a short ride in urban Honolulu, a rally for safer streets at the State Capitol, and a talk-story over lunch.
The community-based ride brings people together for the love of biking and emphasizes our need for safer streets and sharing Hawaiʻi’s roads. Our responsibility to look out for one another with Aloha.
For hardcore cyclists to commuters, bike month is indeed every month. But HBL officially dedicates an entire month to celebrating biking.
MAY 2023 DETAILS COMING SOON!
View last year’s activities here.
Check out the weekly ride schedule for a group ride best suited for you! This calendar has all the info you need to join one of HBL’s affiliated group rides, plus additional group rides put on by other organizations/teams on O‘ahu. Big or small you can find them all – from beginner to a hill challenge.
Find a calendar of events put on by our bike-minded friends & partners from across the state.
Plan your bike commute or next fun weekend ride adventure using HBL’s map of all bicycle routes on O‘ahu, or pick from a collection of curated routes we’ve put together. There’s one to suit every cyclist!
Knowing the laws that govern cyclists in Hawai‘i is important, but actually following them is just as crucial to your safety & enjoyment on the bike. Follow the rules, respect yourself and others, and ride with aloha!