Ride your bike, Ride the train, ride the rail!

On Sunday, July 14th, bike with us to the Hawaiian Railway Society!  Hop on the historic train and relax all the way to Kahe Point and back. When we return to the train yard, chow down on pizza and hydrate while talking story and learning about the Leeward Bikeway. Ticket includes train ride and lunch. The bike ride is FREE! Ticket required to ride the train and enjoy lunch. 

Ticket Prices:

HBL Members: $15/adult (includes train ride & lunch)

Non-HBL Members: $20/adult (includes train ride & lunch)

Youth (Under 16): $8/youth (includes train ride & lunch)

Current HBL membership will be verified upon purchase.


9:00 a.m. – Depart: Neal S. Blaisdell Park (8 mile / 16 mile round trip) – Please arrive early –  bike path ride departing at 9:15am! Skyline ride departing at 9:30am.

10:40 a.m. – Check-in at Railyard and start loading train.

11:00 a.m. – Train Rolls Out: to Kahe Point (Electric Beach)

12:30 p.m. – Chow down & Rehydrate: pizza, salad, gatorade, and water

1:30 p.m. – Bike back to our respective starting points and pau!

Ride Options:

Option 1: Neal Blaisdell Park to Hawaiian Railway Society via Bike Path

  • 8 mile (16 mile round trip) ride along the Pearl Harbor Bike Path and portions of the future Leeward Bikeway. We’ll avoid the dirt sections if muddy! There will be some off-road areas, so skinny tires are not recommended. 

Option 2: Neal Blaisdell Park to Hawaiian Railway Society via Skyline

  • Short ride to the nearby Kalauao Pearlridge Station and take Skyline to Kualaka’i East Kapolei Station then ride to the Hawaiian Railway Society via multi-use paths (2.5 miles). HOLO card required, Skyline access cost not covered by ticket.

Option 3: Meet at the Hawaiian Railway Society

  • Plan your own ride or park at the train yard. Be there by 10:40am as the train departs at 11:00am sharp!
  • Return via the same option, or try something different!


This is an organized group ride, with a private train ride and lunch. While most of the route is on bike paths, some riding on the road is necessary. Roads will not be closed to traffic; we will ride as a group and follow all traffic laws. This is a family friendly ride. No need to worry about a lock! HBL will watch the bicycles while you are on the train.

Please choose your starting option with your riding ability in mind. While this is a casual ride, 16 miles is a long distance if you are not prepared. Fret not, that’s why we have a shorter option involving Skyline, plus an option to meet us there. If you have additional questions, please email bicycle@HBL.org

Route Map:

Red route is Option 1 bike ride from Neal Blaisdell Park. Option 2 is the Skyline to Train Yard option. Red square is the Hawaiian Railway Society train yard.

Click Here for Route in Full Screen (where you can toggle off either route) 

Leeward Bikeway

The Bike to the Train event is also a Leeward Bikeway Exploratory Ride that explores the future Leeward Bikeway. The Leeward Bikeway Phase I is currently under construction and once complete it will link the Pearl Harbor Bike Path and West Loch Bike Path to create a continuous 10-mile bike path from Aloha Stadium to Hawaiian Railway Society in ‘Ewa! 

What to Bring:

This is not a fully supported ride. Please be prepared to fix your own flat tire, but we’ll try to be there to help.

Want to Help?

We are looking for Ride Leaders (know how to fix a flat and review the route ahead of time) who can be of friendly assistance biking from Neal Blaisdell Park to the Hawaiian Railroad Society. We would also love a hand at the Railway Station with set-up and someone to watch over the bikes. Signup to help at: https://volunteersignup.org/TP7TX