🌟⋆.˚ MARCH 16 (Saturday), 2024 🌟⊹ ࣪ ˖

Hawai‘i Bicycling League & the Honolulu Police Department are hosting a free, family-focused sunset Slow Roll through Waikīkī on Saturday, March 16th. All ages are welcome! Registration is required & limited to the first 50 individuals – sign up to secure your spot before they’re gone!

Specific details (like meeting spot, parking location, etc.) will be emailed to all registrants prior to the event. Tickets are first-come, first-served.


⭐️ Light Up the Night Slow Roll with HPD ⭐️

DATE: March 16, 2024 (Saturday)

LOCATION: Waikīkī (exact details will be emailed after successful registration)

WHAT TO EXPECT: This community event highlights safe cycling habits when riding at night and looks to foster good relationships between members of the cycling community and law enforcement. Kicking off at dusk, riders will get to enjoy a casual cruise on the streets of Waikīkī with full police escort! With a short out-and-back route (~5km) and SLOW ROLL pace, this event is perfect for families + keiki. Before we roll out, participants will have the opportunity to test their on-bike handling skills by trying HPD’s Bike Detail obstacle course, talk story with officers, chat with folks from Hawai‘i Bicycling League, and engage with other bike-minded folks! 

COST: Free!

✧  Who is this ride for?

This event is suitable for anyone that can pedal their bicycle safely with others. All ages and bicycle types are welcome. Please note if you don’t want to (or aren’t able to) bike at a slow, family-friendly pace (under 10mph), this ride likely isn’t for you. 

✧  What will riders need?

Riders need to sign up for this ride in advance to participate. The day of the event, participants need to bring their:

✧ Why are we doing this ride?

HBL is holding this event in partnership with HPD to promote safe cycling habits after sunset and foster good relationships between people pedaling and our local law enforcement.

✧ What does the law say about riding at night?

Hawai‘i law requires those bicycling 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.

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


Contact HBL’s Director of Adult Education at Malia@HBL.org or call the HBL office at (808) 735-5756.