By Cindy Ellen Russell |
July 6, 2020
| Updated on July 6, 2020 at 6:11 pm
Kevin Mews and his granddaughter Michaela Jenny, 10, who donned a Darth Vader helmet, paused on their 49er themed ’71 Schwinn tandem during the Kalakaua Open Streets in Waikiki on Sunday.
The City and County of Honolulu along with the Hawaii Bicycling League has brought this event to the public which allows people to bike, skate, walk and jog on a portion of Kalakaua Avenue between Seaside and Kapahulu Avenues on Sundays from 6:00 a.m. to noon. The event, which started last month, has been extended through the month of July.
Mike Kukahiwa posed with his Schwinn ’64 Stingray Super Deluxe while taking a break at the Kalakaua Open Streets in Waikiki on Sunday.
Alanna Daley and Lealyn Papaya threw their arms in the air while skatebaording on Sunday.
Bicyclists and others rolled along Kalakaua Avenue during the Kalakaua Open Streets in Waikiki on Sunday.
Mayor Kirk Caldwell looked on as residents went down Kalakaua Avenue.