Join us tomorrow at the Lahaina Civic Center from 9:00am-4:30pm for the first annual Love the West Maui Greenway Day! Our schedule is packed with activities and entertainment – check out our updated itinerary: Read More…
We have recently updated our free Earth Day event with some exciting new additions. Come to the Lahaina Civic Center on April 22 from 9am-4:30pm to join in on the fun! To see a complete schedule with information on our music and entertainment, free fitness activities and other details, head to our official events page.
We’re excited to announce special guests Wainani Kealoha and Keoki Sousa from Maui Nei. Maui Nei is a program of Friends of Moku‘ula and aims to keep history and culture alive for Maui’s residents and visitors by sharing Hawai‘i’s traditions, stories, arts, and skills. Wainani and Keoki will be performing the art of oli (chanting) to kick-off the morning and afternoon activities. Attendees will also have the opportunity to stop by Maui Nui’s educational booth throughout the day to learn about the history and culture of West Maui.
Online Silent Auction
Don’t forget to participate in our online silent auction to support the advocacy, construction, and maintenance of the West Maui Greenway project. Several local businesses have generously donated merchandise, gift certificates and tickets to provide a variety of prizes to choose from. The week-long auction will begin on Saturday, April 15 at 9am and will run until 6pm on the day of the event (April 22)! Bidding is free and payment will only be collected from each item winner. Our secure online platform accepts paypal, credit cards and debit cards.
Participating businesses: Grand Wailea’s HumaHuma Restaurant | Frida’s Mexican Beach House | Pi Artisan Pizza | Banyan Treats | The Snorkel Store | Whole Foods Market | Maui Brewing Company The Westin Kaanapali Resort | Segway Maui | Maui Jim | Maui Hands | Maui Theatre and more!
Fred’s Garage will be welcoming special guest performer Darren Lee from the award-winning performance, Burn’n Love! Stay for the afternoon entertainment and relive the excitement of Elvis during this dynamic production complete with legendary outfits, dance moves and top hits.
We are also happy to announce our MC: Kathy Collins! Kathy has been entertaining audiences for over 40 years and is often seen performing one-woman shows at the Maui Arts and Cultural Center. She will be providing entertainment and announcing events throughout the day!
You will have plenty of opportunities to purchase refreshments at Love the West Maui Greenway Day! Stop by Barefruit Bar in the morning for healthy smoothies, juices, acai bowls and other tasty treats! Cool down and choose from a variety of flavors at Gus’ Hawaiian Shave Ice, grab local mexican dishes for lunch at El Taco Borracho and Horhitos Taqueria, and enjoy wood-fired pizza from The Pizza Connection. A percentage from each purchase at these vendors will go towards supporting the event and the greenway!
Earth Day is quickly approaching and our schedule of events is packed with entertainment and local performances. Join us on April 22 for our first annual Love the West Maui Greenway Day to celebrate the environment, health and fitness, and local culture! Free afternoon entertainment will begin at 12:30pm following our morning “Get Fit the Green Way” classes and activities. Read More…
This Earth Month, Maui has the chance to win a $20,000 “Meet Me at the Park” Grant, a collaboration between the National Recreation and Park Association and The Walt Disney Company to revitalize and restore parks across the country. This is an easy way to support the West Maui Greenway project and make a difference in your community! Read More…
Join the community in celebrating fitness, the environment, and local culture at Love the West Maui Greenway Day! This free Earth Day kick-off event, hosted by the West Maui Greenway Alliance and Maui Bicycling League, will take place from 9am-4:30pm on Saturday, April 22, 2017 at the Lahaina Civic Center.
Several local organizations and businesses are volunteering to host a variety of workshops, classes and performances to help make this community event a success! In attendance, will be Sookie Kunst of Good Karma Yoga, who will be offering free classes the morning of the event to spread joy, health and good energy. Read More…
To help plan this workshop we would very much appreciate if you can RSVP at firstname.lastname@example.org
We are very excited to invite the community to participate in the first annual Love the West Maui Greenway Day, taking place at the Lahaina Civic Center on April 22, 2017 from 9:00am to 4:30pm. The Maui Bicycling League and West Maui Greenway Alliance are hosting this community event to raise awareness and build support for the West Maui Greenway project, a proposed 25-mile, multi-use pathway along Maui’s Western shore.
This public event is free and open to all ages!
The next Maui MPO Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) meeting has been set for Wednesday, January 11, 2017 at 9:00 AM in the Planning Conference Room at the Kalana Pakui Building, 250 South High St., Wailuku.
Maui Metropolitan Planning Organization (Maui MPO) Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) Meeting #3 – http://www.co.maui.hi.us/ArchiveCenter/ViewFile/Item/22438
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Happy new year!
Great way to start the new year – HANA bike adventure! Jan 14-16, 2017. Sat-Mon.
Pls note: This not a MBL hosted ride. Group of folks from Oahu are organizing this ride.
If you are interested joining pls. contact Frank Smith @ email@example.com
The Hawaii sustainable transportation forum provides stakeholders of various transportation sectors discussion opportunities to ensure that environment, social, and economic considerations are factored into decisions affecting transportation activities that can be sustained into the indefinite future without causing irreparable harm to future generations of Hawaii. We attended Sustainable Transportation Forum on 12/7/2016 on Wailuku Maui.
The Hawaii Department of Transportation, Maui County; Department of Public Works, Department of Planning, Department of Transportation, Maui Metropolitan Planning Organization, and other interested attendees made the Sustainable Transportation Forum on Maui a productive meeting.
Link to past sustainable Transportation Forum Meetings and December 7, 2016 notes:
Our next Sustainable Transportation Forum will be held on Oahu in Spring 2017 (TBD).
Happy holidays and best wishes for prosperous 2017!
Mahalo for your efforts in helping to create a Bicycle-Friendly community on Maui.
Chair Maui Bicycling League
808-633-8553 ext 100
250 children from Maui received bicycles and helmets for Christmas from Jim Falk’s Valley Isle Motors in Kahului Wednesday afternoon. This is the sixth year that owner Jim Falk has sponsored the bike giveaway as a way of sharing the joy he felt receiving a bike for Christmas when he was a child.
Maui Bicycling League would like to thank MBL members and supporters for their participation.
Maui Bicycling League couldn’t accomplish what it does without volunteers like you. Mahalo nui loa for your contribution!
Sponsored by Maui Bicycle Club, choose from 25, 50, 75 or 100 miles, leaving from Maluaka Beach Park, Makena. For more information follow this link: http://www.southmauibicycles.com/Maui_Century_Ride.php
Aloha MBL members and supporters,
Our group ride planned for Saturday September 24 is still on, and we are hoping youʻll join us! Note: Due to last weekʻs flooding, in which Iao Valley took the brunt of the storm, weʻll be changing the longer route (details below).
We will meet at the East side of Maalaea Harbor Shops Parking Lot, closest to Carl’s Jr. Please arrive no later than 7:45 AM, as the rides start promptly at 8:00 AM.
Ride leaders from the Maui Bicycling League will do a brief ride orientation prior to departure and will lead and trail each group. These are no-drop rides where no one is left behind.
All riders must wear a properly fitting helmet, bring drinking water, and no earbuds are allowed. All rides will be on the road shoulder (varying widths) alongside normal road traffic. Not recommended for children under 16. Please wear bright clothing and use a tail light if you have one.
All rides will depart from Maalaea Parking at 8:00am, but ride groups will be back at the vehicles at different times. Public restrooms are available at Maalaea and Maui Tropical Plantation.
1) Beginner/intermediate: Ride from Maalaea to Maui Tropical Plantation and back. This ride is eight miles round-trip, at a fairly leisurely pace, with a slightly gradual climb. There may be some headwind as we start and/or tailwind returning. (Learning to ride with wind is a good skill to develop on Maui!) We will stop at the Tropical Plantation to stretch, hydrate, and snack before the ride back.
2) Upper intermediate: Ride at a moderate pace and enjoy the scenery, approximately 10-12 mph average speed. We will ride to Wailuku town, take a break to hydrate, then continue on a gradual, steady climb up Main Street. Iao Valley Road is closed indefinitely, so we will bear left onto Alu Road, go up the hill and turn left on Kuikahi Drive back down to High Street. This Intermediate level ride is approx. 18 miles round-trip. We will break at the top of the hill to enjoy the vistas, stretch and hydrate, before the nice downhill ride back.
For more information, email Sookie Kunst, MBL Education and Safety Co-chair at firstname.lastname@example.org.
All organized rides are free for MBL members. Non-members and visitors are invited to join the ride but are asked to consider joining MBL or making a small donation to help fund the organization’s efforts for more bicycle pathways and bike lanes on Maui. Please click here to join MBL and show your support https://www.hbl.org/join/
MBL rides are a fun way to ride safely in a group, meet other cyclists and learn paths around the island. Look for additional info and weather related updates at www.mauibicyclingleague.org. #BikeYourPark #FindYourPark#AdventureCycling