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Honolulu Biennial in partnership with Biki, Honolulu's bikeshare system, has designed a fun bike + art route that takes you to a handful of the festival's 12 exhibit sites easily accessible by Biki! This is an urban ride designed for experienced cyclists and includes a Honolulu Biennial docent to lead your exploration of some of the art you'll see throughout the 2-hour tour. This event is limited to 10 participants per tour. Participants are welcome to bring their own bike or use Biki.
930am: Meet at Hawaii State Art Museum on the Lawn (Docent tour of HB19 artists Imaikalani Kalahele, Bernice Akamine, Mata Aho)
1015am: Walk to YWCA (Docent tour of HB19 artists Central Pacific Time, Chenta Talei Laura and Ellen Lesperance)
1100am: Bike/walk to through capital district, stop at Aliiolani Hale (Docent tour of HB19 artist Bernice Akamine)
1130am: Bike to South Street protected bikelane, left down queen, right on Kamakee St to Ala Moana Beach Park - McCoy Pavilion
12:00pm: McCoy Pavilion (Docent tour of HB19 artists Bernince Akamine, Abraham Cruz Villegas and Paul Pfeiffer)
12:30pm: Option to bike to Kamake'e St. and end at The Hub
If you don't have a Biki membership already, we recommend the Free Spirit Plan that gives you a bank of 300 minutes to use in any increment of time. After the event, you will likely have plenty of minutes remaining to see the rest of the Honolulu Biennial sites.
Already a Biki member? Be sure to keep your trips on the tour under your monthly plan's time limit (30 or 60 minutes) to avoid overage fees. Remember that you can dock your bike at a nearby Biki Stop to reset the timer if you need more time between tour stops. Or you can opt-in to auto reload if you're a current Free Spirit member to avoid any applicable overage fees.
Not an active Biki member? After purchasing a spot on the tour, download the free Biki App and log in to access the 1,300 Biki bikes across 130 Biki Stops. Or stop by our office at 914 Ala Moana Blvd to sign up for a membership and activate a Biki Pass during office hours.
Biki riders must either be adults; or may be a minor (16 and over) with parental approval and their supervision.
Helmets are recommended.
This event is FREE but RSVP is required.
Sign up at honoluluboxoffice.com