By Bicycle Let's Ride Around the World

The world is more fun by bicycle.
Introducing bike events, you can enjoy abroad.


    USA / New York

    One of the largest fun-ride events on the planet, with nearly 40,000 riders participating in Manhattan, New York. Starting in Manhattan, the tour will travel from Sixth Avenue through Central Park to the Bronx, Queens, and Brooklyn, and then to Statin Island, the festival site. This is why they call it the "FIVE BORO BIKE TOUR." The 40-mile (64 km) course, with few ups and downs and plenty of aid stations, is a great way to enjoy New York City to the fullest. This is a very satisfying event that allows you to ride through New York City in May in a fresh, city-like atmosphere.

  • Honolulu Century Ride

    USA / Honolulu

    Hawaii's largest cycling event with approximately 2,000 riders in Honolulu. A 100-mile (160km) fun ride course starting at Kapiolani Park and turning around at Swansea Beach Park at the end of Kualoa. Of course, there are also 25-mile (approx. 40 km), 50-mile (approx. 80 km), and 75-mile (approx. 120 km) races for beginners and children (planned). The Makapuu Lookout, Kaneohe Bay Drive, and Kamehameha Highway will not only be surrounded by the breathtaking blue skies and ocean, but also the original Waimanalo landscape of Hawaii, where you can encounter the gift of paradise.


    AUSTRALIA / Port Douglas

    Fun Ride, the main event of the "Port Douglas Gran Fondo Festival" in Cairns, Australia. There are four courses: 48km, 60km, 100km, and 138km. The 100km course is very gentle, with an elevation gain of 689m, and intermediate riders should be able to handle it. The course follows the Great Barrier Reef Drive between Port Douglas and Palm Cove, then turns around and returns to Port Douglas to finish. The spectacular road lined with palm trees along the coast is completely closed for riders only. This event offers an exhilarating ride through the World Natural Heritage-listed Great Barrier Reef and the Wet Tropics of Queensland (the world's oldest tropical rainforest), with the wind cutting through the course.