Biki is Featured in Second Edition of All-Female Challenge; Participants race to find obscure sites in urban Honolulu, tackle silly challenges, and document their efforts with photos and videos
Early in the morning on Sunday, December 3, eight teams of three female athletes dressed in their most creative costumes participated in Venture Race Hawaii – Biki Edition. The competitors met up at 5:45 a.m. at the Biki Stop at the Ala Moana Beach Park entrance located at Atkinson Drive and Ala Moana Drive.
During the heated competition, the teams had to decipher clues and Biki their way to four Biki Stops located from Ala Moana to Downtown Honolulu. Upon arriving at each location, the teams were required to dock their Biki bikes, complete fun tasks, and post evidence of themselves completing the task to Facebook and Instagram to get the next clue. Their tasks included a ballet performance at Boca Hawaii, singing Christmas Carols at the Honolulu City Lights, showing their best Elvis dance moves at the Elvis statue at the Neal Blaisdell Center, and the mannequin challenge at the Man at the Bus Stop statue at Bishop Street and King Street. The final clue lead them back to Ala Moana Beach Park where they jumped into the water to herd a flock of floating rubber ducks around a bouy and ended the race with a sprint up the beach to the finish line.
All team members were Biki members, but no entry fee was required. In the spirit of the holiday season, participants were asked to bring one toy to be donated to Toys for Tots. The group collected 23 toys from the participants.
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