Light Up the

   Night Ride

   with HPD

Cycle safely after sundown with HBL in this family-friendly, FREE, police-escorted slow roll down Waikīkī.

MAY 28, 2022 (SAT.)

6 – 9PM,     START: Kapi‘olani Park

At sunset on Saturday, May 28th, the Hawaii Bicycling League & the Honolulu Police Department will be hosting a FREE, family-friendly slow roll through Waikīkī to promote safe cycling after sundown. Bring your bicycle, helmet, & lights (or register online to get some for free!) for this chill, police-escorted ride that helps builds bike awareness & foster good relationships between the community & law enforcement in Hawai‘i.


The short ride will go from Kapi‘olani Park through Waikīkī and back. The slow-moving group ride will be escorted by HPD officers. Bring front and rear lights and other high visibility items! The ride will start and end at Kapi‘olani Park – parking lot near Monsarrat Avenue and Paki Avenue (click here for the location). If you are arriving by car, you can park in that same parking lot, but of course we encourage you to come by bike! All riders must wear a helmet* and have working front & back lights during the ride. The ride will depart around 6:30pm, but all riders should plan to arrive by 5:30pm to sign-in. Please make sure your bicycle is in good-working order for the ride. Your bicycle may be subject to a safety check to ensure it is safe to ride.

Those under 16 years of age must be accompanied by an adult at all times. All participants should be able to bike safely in a group setting.

Don’t forget your lights! 

Click here to go to see pictures from the last Light Up the Night Ride with HPD (on their Facebook page)!


Stay tuned to HBL’s newsletters for when the next night ride is planned!


Meet at:

Kapi‘olani Park parking lot on Monsarrat Avenue & Paki Avenue, Diamond Head of the Waikīkī Shell. 


5:30PM – Pre-registered riders arrive for check-in at HBL tent, talk story with officers, try HBD’s bike obstacle, drunk goggles, get helmet fittings, free lights installed, and more!
6:00PM – All riders must arrive by 6:00pm!
6:10PM – Safety briefing
6:20PM – First group rolls out: this is for beginner bicyclists and families with keiki.
7:15PM – First group returns back to the park from their slow roll
7:15PM – Second group of riders rolls out: cyclists that feel comfortable riding in a pack; if you have a young one we recommend that you ride with the first group!
8:00-8:30PM – Chat with HPD officers back at the parking lot, talk story with friends, etc.



Get your BICYCLE

All bicycles (with pedals) are welcome to ride with us! Just make sure your bike is fully functioning! 🙂



Light It Up!

Grab your flashiest of lights – front white light, red back light, and any extra reflectors. The more visible, the better!



Meet at Monsarrat & Paki

We’ll have activities, helmet fittings, free bike lights, and more – before we rollout at 7:30pm!


What does the law say about biking at night?

Hawai‘i law requires those cycling at night (specifically: 30 minutes after sunset, until 30 minutes before sunrise) have a white light on the front their bicycle, and at least a red reflector on the rear of the bike. HBL definitely recommends having a flashing red back light as well, and adding more reflectors to your bike & apparel. Read exactly what the §291C-147 Hawai‘i Law says here!


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 Light Up the  Night Ride  with HPD

 Light Up the

Night Ride

   with HPD