The first race of the year and the first in a series of three individual time trials, the Makaha Time Trial is a 9 mile out and back course on the beautiful Waianae coast. The course starts just south of the Keawaula Beach parking lot and proceeds out and back along the freshly repaved Farrington Highway.
The first mass start race of the season, the Pineapple Sprint goes from Haleiwa south on Kamehameha Highway, to an exciting sprint finish on Kaukonahua Rd.
The Castle to Hanauma TT is a 20K point to point individual time trial from Kailua to Hanauma Bay.
This unique uphill time trial, which runs 4.4 miles up Makiki Heights drive and Tantalus drive, is one of the most iconic mainstays of Hawaii racing calendar.
The Malaekahana Time Trial is the State Time Trial Championship Race. It runs 40 kilometers out and back along Kamehameha Highway from Malaekahana Beach Campground.
The Pedal to the Meadow Omnium on Kauai is a 3 event stage race including a mass start hill climb race to Koke'e State Park, an Individual Time Trial, and a Criterium.
Featuring the same climb past Dole Plantation as the Pineapple Sprint, the Road Race however features multiple laps. Starting on Kaukonahua road, proceeding down "Snake Road", and after a hard right turn at the bottom of the hill, back to the start on Kamehameha Highway.
The legendary Cycle to the Sun is one of the most difficult bike climbs in the world. From Pa'ia to the top of Haleakala, the race climbs 10,000 feet over 36 miles and reaches gradients up to 18%.
A multiple distance lap race making clockwise circuits of Old Kalanianaole Road and Kalanianaole Highway. This race is one of the most intense road races on Oahu, and a great run up to the Dick Evans.
The pinnacle of the Hawaii bike racing season, the Dick Evans Memorial Road Race follows a route similar to the original Around Oahu Race. Its distance, 112 miles, is the basis for the Iron Man distance Triathlon.