Big Island 300
A 3-Day Cycling Challenge for Hemophilia
A Fitness Challenge Benefiting
The Hawaii Hemophilia Foundation (HHF)
Cycle around the Big Island of Hawaii–
Ride where the world champions ride!
April 10 – 13, 2014
HHF’s BIG ISLAND 300
Your fundraising dollars go directly toward programs and services provided by HHF such as family outreach, family summer camp, youth events, and educational and informational meetings. Your fundraising also supports the on-going research for a cure for bleeding disorders.
About the Big Island 300
This three-day journey along Hawaii’s majestic Queen K Highway is an experience like no other! From the rugged volcanoes of northern Hawaii to the beautiful and remote beaches, you will see it all!
All levels of fitness are welcome to join the ride. The ride demands physical endurance and having strong cardiovascular ability is a plus. Mileage varies from 60 to 112 miles per day. Ride time varies from 5 to 7 hours a day, with lunch and snack breaks throughout.
This ride is truly a memorable adventure where you will test your own ability and challenge yourself each day. Riders are supported by “SAG” (Support/Aid/Gear) volunteers who drive the course by car and assist riders in any way.
Please check our special website designed just for our bikeride. www.hhfbigisland300.org