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Chinatown, HI | Friday, December 6, 5:00pm – 9:00pm
Chinatown is the place to be on the first Friday of every month. Free art exhibits, entertainment, dining and drink specials, and more can be found all over the neighborhood at popular spots including HiSAM, The Arts at Marks Garage, Louis Pohl Gallery and more. As always, if you plan on enjoying a few drinks, please consider catching a ride home with our partners at Lyft. Use the code "GOBIKI" to redeem $2 off your first 10 rides.
Nearby Biki Stops: With over 10 stations in Chinatown alone, it's easy to find a Biki Stop within a block or two of your destination.
Kapiolani Community College and Kakaako | Saturday, December 7
Stock up on fresh produce while supporting local businesses at one of Honolulu's Saturday morning farmers markets. Both the Kakaako Farmers Market (1050 Ala Moana Blvd., 8 - 12pm) and the KCC's morning market (4303 Diamond Head Rd., 7:30-11:30am) are popular Saturday morning destinations offering tasty samples, live music, and unique gifts and products. They're hard to miss! Just look for all the tents.
Nearby Biki Stops: Biki Stop #214 (Kakaako), Biki Stop #527 (KCC)
Honolulu City Lights at Honolulu Hale is a month long Christmas celebration featuring elaborate decorations, food vendors, daily activities, and special events. It kicks off this Saturday with the Mayor's Tree Lighting Ceremony at 6:30pm.
Get into the Christmas spirit by going on a self-guided Biki tour of the lighting displays along the Civic Center Bike Path. This area is conveniently a hotbed of Biki Stops so it's easy to dock at any nearby station and experience the festival.
Nearby Biki Stops: 126 King & Alapai (Fasi Building), 125 King & Punchbowl, 123 Beretania & Lauhala
Sunday, December 8, 5am
Honolulu is home to the fourth largest marathon in the United States, attracting over 30,000 participants! We're excited to serve as a resource for runners, spectators, and city residents during one of the busiest weekends of the year.
Picking up your race packet? Warm up your legs and avoid parking by going for a short ride to one the 3 Biki Stops surrounding the Convention Center. Biki can also be used on the day of the event to bring you back home, or to your vehicle, after you complete the race.
Cheering on a friend? With Biki, spectators now have the opportunity to support their friends at more spots along the course! After your runner goes by, grab a bike and beat them to the next section to continue the encouragement. We’re sure they’ll appreciate the support.
To accommodate the marathon, several road closures will occur including Ala Moana Blvd., King St, Kapiolani Blvd., Kalakaua Ave. and Kapahulu Ave. Additionally, some bus routes will be canceled and/or detoured. Choose Biki during this busy Sunday to avoid traffic complications caused by detours.
Nearby Biki Stops: All over town!
Get the Mobile App and make your Biki trip even easier! The App not only shows the location of all 130 Biki Stops, but also displays the real-time availability of bikes and docks at each stop. Before going for a ride, we recommend checking the App to avoid completely empty or full stations. Our team of rebalances will be monitoring the system and restocking stations to accommodate the increase in riders, and we appreciate your patience during busy, event-filled weekends like this one!
Using Biki to get to another place or event this weekend? Document your Biki adventure and share with us on social media. #GoBikiHI