Biki to the 65th Annual Ho’olaule’a Festival!


The Annual Waikīkī Ho‘olaule‘a is Hawai‘i’s largest block party, featuring food, fun and entertainment along Kalakaua Avenue (from Seaside to Ohua). There will be performances by the various genres of Hawaiian music and hula hālau (hula schools). Hawaiian crafts and flower leis and many varieties of island cuisine will be featured throughout the event.


This popular community event attracts thousands of participants who typically arrive by bus, foot, car and uber/taxi. But now that bikeshare’s in town, residents and visitors have an alternative way to get to and from the Ho’olaule’a that is inexpensive, convenient and fun! Biki Stop 321 on Kalakaua and Seaside is located at the very start of Hoolaulea, so ride on down to this year’s event and avoid parking, traffic and other problems.



Don’t worry about arriving to a full station this Saturday evening. We’ll have staff available at Biki Stop 321 on Kalakaua & Seaside from 6:30pm-10:30pm to help dock your bike and accommodate the influx of riders. Check out our biki map on biki12-23.test or download our mobile app to see the locations and status of our other biki stops.



Don’t have a biki pass? Sign up for a membership at the event and we’ll activate a biki card so you can unlock a bike  for your trip home. The first 20 people to sign up will also get a FREE biki bag! Since everyone uses biki in their own way, we offer 4 different price plans to choose from:


  • Free Spirit Pass: $20 for 300 minutes to use however and whenever you like. Minutes don’t expire and can be used over days, weeks, months or years!
  • $15/month: Unlimited 30-minute rides
  • $25/month: Unlimited 60-minute rides


Don’t want to sign up for a plan? Purchase a $3.50 single ride (up to 30-minutes) from the kiosk or the biki mobile app.


If you have any questions about biki’ing to this event, please email

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