Honolulu Century Ride Safety Briefing

  • Welcome to the Honolulu Century Ride 2008! 
Welcome to the Honolulu Century Ride 2008! 
This presentation will cover some of the details of the event to ensure you enjoy a safe and fun ride.
  • Topics to be presented
What to bring with you on the ride
Rider starting order
Safe riding tips for cycling in Hawaii
Aid Stations
Hydration and food consumption
Rider to rider communication
Riding in traffic safely
Course marshal support
Additional information
  • There is mechanical support on the ride, but you should always carry a spare tube that fits your bike, a patch kit, and a CO2 cartridge or mini-pump. This will ensure that if you get a flat and an event official stops to help, they can get you back on the road. Please note: CO2 cartridges are not allowed on commercial airplanes. If you are flying to Hawaii for the event and prefer a CO2 cartridge to a mini pump, please purchase one locally at one of the many bike shops in Honolulu.
There is mechanical support on the ride, but you should always carry a spare tube that fits your bike, a patch kit, and a CO2 cartridge or mini-pump. This will ensure that if you get a flat and an event official stops to help, they can get you back on the road. Please note: CO2 cartridges are not allowed on commercial airplanes. If you are flying to Hawaii for the event and prefer a CO2 cartridge to a mini pump, please purchase one locally at one of the many bike shops in Honolulu.
Be sure to have sun block in SPF 30 or higher that is a “sport” formula, so that it does not wash away as you perspire.
Protective eyewear (sunglasses) are recommended to keep debris out of your eyes and to protect your eyes from harmful UV rays. 
Always have your race number pinned to your shirt with your personal information printed on the back. Always have a photo ID or other forms of ID with you.
  • Starting in the correct group is important to having a positive experience in the Honolulu Century Ride.
Starting in the correct group is important to having a positive experience in the Honolulu Century Ride.
Everyone chooses a starting group when registering based on the information below.  This group letter will be on your rider bib located in your rider packet.
The ride order on the day of the ride will be clearly marked at the start, with a designation between groups A, B, C, and D.
  • When riding next to parked cars stay away from the “door zone”
  • Always ride single file unless overtaking another cyclist
When overtaking another cyclist make sure to look back behind you to see if the traffic is clear, before overtaking the slower rider.

Announce to the slower cyclist that you are passing by saying “on your left”, or by ringing a bicycle bell.
  • Avoid road hazards
Continually scan the road for potholes and broken pavement. Hitting a road hazard at speed can cause a crash, so be aware and always be on the lookout for road hazards.
  • Kuapa Pre-School
	20 mile Aid Station (10 mile turnaround) 
       Closes at 4:00 p.m.
Sandy Beach Neighborhood Park
	25 mile Aid Station (12.5 mile turnarouond) Closes at 10:15 a.m.
Waimanalo Recreation Center 40 mile (20 mile turnaround) 
        Closes at 3:15 p.m.
Kailua Intermediate School 
	50 mile (25 mile turnaround) 
	Closes at 02:15 p.m. You must be at this aid station by 11:30 am to continue on.
King Intermediate School
	75 mile (37.5 mile turnaround) 
	Closes at 1:15 p.m. You must be at this Aid Station by 10:30 am to continue on. 
Swanzy Beach Park
	100 mile (50 mile turnaround) 
	Closes at 12:15 p.m.
Kapiolani Park
	Finish closes at 5:30 p.m.
  • Stop at all red traffic signals.
Stop at all red traffic signals.

Yield to pedestrians in crosswalks.

Proper lane positioning is an essential skill for cyclists. If there is a bike lane or wide shoulder please use it. Where the is a narrow or downhill use the full lane of the road. 

Always avoid “right hook” situations
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Welcome to the Honolulu Century Ride 2008! Welcome to the Honolulu Century Ride 2008! This presentation will cover some of the details of the event to ensure you enjoy a safe and fun ride.

Topics to be presented What to bring with you on the ride Rider starting order Safe riding tips for cycling in Hawaii Aid Stations Hydration and food consumption Rider to rider communication Riding in traffic safely Course marshal support Additional information

There is mechanical support on the ride, but you should always carry a spare tube that fits your bike, a patch kit, and a CO2 cartridge or mini-pump. This will ensure that if you get a flat and an event official stops to help, they can get you back on the road. Please note: CO2 cartridges are not allowed on commercial airplanes. If you are flying to Hawaii for the event and prefer a CO2 cartridge to a mini pump, please purchase one locally at one of the many bike shops in Honolulu. There is mechanical support on the ride, but you should always carry a spare tube that fits your bike, a patch kit, and a CO2 cartridge or mini-pump. This will ensure that if you get a flat and an event official stops to help, they can get you back on the road. Please note: CO2 cartridges are not allowed on commercial airplanes. If you are flying to Hawaii for the event and prefer a CO2 cartridge to a mini pump, please purchase one locally at one of the many bike shops in Honolulu. Be sure to have sun block in SPF 30 or higher that is a “sport” formula, so that it does not wash away as you perspire. Protective eyewear (sunglasses) are recommended to keep debris out of your eyes and to protect your eyes from harmful UV rays. Always have your race number pinned to your shirt with your personal information printed on the back. Always have a photo ID or other forms of ID with you.

Starting in the correct group is important to having a positive experience in the Honolulu Century Ride. Starting in the correct group is important to having a positive experience in the Honolulu Century Ride. Everyone chooses a starting group when registering based on the information below. This group letter will be on your rider bib located in your rider packet. The ride order on the day of the ride will be clearly marked at the start, with a designation between groups A, B, C, and D.

When riding next to parked cars stay away from the “door zone”

Always ride single file unless overtaking another cyclist When overtaking another cyclist make sure to look back behind you to see if the traffic is clear, before overtaking the slower rider. Announce to the slower cyclist that you are passing by saying “on your left”, or by ringing a bicycle bell.

Avoid road hazards Continually scan the road for potholes and broken pavement. Hitting a road hazard at speed can cause a crash, so be aware and always be on the lookout for road hazards.

Kuapa Pre-School 20 mile Aid Station (10 mile turnaround) Closes at 4:00 p.m. Sandy Beach Neighborhood Park 25 mile Aid Station (12.5 mile turnarouond) Closes at 10:15 a.m. Waimanalo Recreation Center 40 mile (20 mile turnaround) Closes at 3:15 p.m. Kailua Intermediate School 50 mile (25 mile turnaround) Closes at 02:15 p.m. You must be at this aid station by 11:30 am to continue on. King Intermediate School 75 mile (37.5 mile turnaround) Closes at 1:15 p.m. You must be at this Aid Station by 10:30 am to continue on. Swanzy Beach Park 100 mile (50 mile turnaround) Closes at 12:15 p.m. Kapiolani Park Finish closes at 5:30 p.m.

Stop at all red traffic signals. Stop at all red traffic signals. Yield to pedestrians in crosswalks. Proper lane positioning is an essential skill for cyclists. If there is a bike lane or wide shoulder please use it. Where the is a narrow or downhill use the full lane of the road. Always avoid “right hook” situations

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