Bike Safety & Group Riding Skills Clinic
Saturday, June 27th, 7:00-9:30AM – This clinic will cover bike handling skills and safety tips for riding on roads and in a group with other cyclists. Students must provide their own bikes, helmets and water bottles. The clinic will meet at Big Island Honda Kona (north side street). All level cyclists are welcome; course material will be customized based on students' abilities. To view the clinic flyer, click on thumbnail image. To sign up online for the class, please click here or email education@pathhawaii.org
PATH Cycling Safety Classes

PATH Cycling Safety Classes

We offer a variety of cycling safety classes for keiki and adults. For keiki we teach a standardized Bike Ed program in schools and in bike rodeos. For adults interested in learning beginner group riding skills and how to ride in traffic, we offer classes approximately quarterly in the Kona area and elsewhere by request. We also teach skills for intermediate group riding, triathlon racing, touring and commuting by request. For more information about our classes, please go to the Education tab.

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29th Annual PATH 5/10k and Keiki Dash
Sunday, October 4, 2015, 7:30AM - A fun 5k and 10k Run and Keiki Dash in downtown Kailua-Kona. Run/walk starts and finishes at Hale Halawai.  This event is a benefit for PATH's Bike Safety Education Program. Link to online registrationLink to paper registration form.  Link to event flyer.
Run for the Dry Forest

Run for the Dry Forest

Please join us for the 10th annual “Run for the Dry Forest” trail walk/run at Pu’u Wa’awa’a scheduled for Saturday October 24th, 2015.  You can chose to run or walk a 5km course (suitable for most people) with a 5k start time at 8:00 am, or a 10 km run start time at 7:45 am which will be an “extreme trail running experience” featuring a 1200 ft elevation gain in the first 3 miles.  Door-prizes, and t-shirts for finishers are included. This year we will also feature a  free (no t-shirt given) non-competitive Keiki Dash. This run is sponsored by PATH, DOFAW, and the USDAFS.  Proceeds from this event will be used to support natural resource conservation and management related projects in West Hawaii. Link to Online Registration