2013 JBK Haleiwa Metric Century Ride
Start: Sunday, April 28, 2013 @ 7:30 AM (HST)
Haleiwa , HI 96712
Registration Closing Date
Friday, April 26, 2013 @ 8:00 PM (HST)
|Registration Periods||Early* |
|Ride Day** |
|Adult HBL Member||$40||$50||$60||$80|
|Adult HBL Non-Member||$55||$65||$75||$100|
**Sizes and quantities for late registrations are available on a first come basis.
Entry fee is non-transferable and non-refundable.
Frequently asked Questions:
Aid Stations 25, 50, 100 kilometer distance turnaround options at Sunset Beach Elementary, Kahuku High School, Swanzy Beach Park; these are also the 3 refreshment/mechanical support aid stations
Route Starts in Haleiwa Town at Kaiaka Bay Beach Park at 7:30 am. Course closes at 2:30pm. Ride support is staggered for riders leaving at 7:30am from the start; riders leaving early will not receive ride support. Watch our video and see what it's like!
Packet Pick-up Saturday, April 27 from 9am - 1pm at Waikiki Playground, makai of Waikiki Elementary School between Paki and Leahi Avenue.
Photography By participating in the ride, riders provide the Hawaii Bicycling League permission for free use of their name, voice, and picture in any advertising or promotion of this event.
Prepare for the Ride We've prepared a safety briefing video, available online.
Registration Early online registration opens September 1.
Ride Guide The Ride Guide will be included in your packets. You can view last year's at online.
Start Riders in the Haleiwa Metric Century Ride and Honolulu Century Ride start in groups with similar riding styles and abilities. This allows all riders to enjoy the ride safely. In both rides, Group A begins first, followed by Groups B, C, and D. There are pauses between each group to allow groups to spread out on the course. View more information.
T-Shirts All participants who register during Early or Regular registration periods receive a dry-fit t-shirt. Late registrants are not guaranteed shirts.
Questions Contact the Hawaii Bicycling League at 808-735-5756 or email@example.com and look for updates at www.hbl.org. This event benefits the Hawaii Bicycling League, a 501(c)3 non-profit dedicated to getting more people to cycle for health, recreation, and transportation. The ride is dedicated in memory of John B. Kelley, avid cyclist and former HBL Board President.