Aloha Intruder Family and Friends


Tiz I again, Kimo’sabe standing in for Kanuk as she had things to attend to this Sunday, so I said I could handle the bio this week.

Today’s riders were Kimo, Henry, Marc, Ben, and Coop & Bridget. Lately due to the pandemic we have been riding out of Mililani as most of us regular riders from around that area. We head North Shore and around the area when we were allowed to leave the house from lockdown. This week we hit our regular spot at Zippy’s on Dillingham. We have not been here since March! The pandemic has made a lot of changes for all! After a prayer we headed up Dillingham to Costco area to Nimitz to avoid road construction around our normal route. We go left and boom, on our way up Ala Moana. Small kine people out, can’t tell tourists from locals with all the masks on! Definitely a lot of people not wearing masks on the beaches. Waikiki was different; Kalākaua was boarded to Kilani St. by the HPD substation. Still people hitting the surf, first big swell happened this weekend then the protest! And the virus is still out there. Just road my bike and kept my eyes on the road and the pack. We moved thru Waikiki, heading up Diamondhead and into Kahala. Our plan was Waimanalo first stop so we were rolling thru Kahala up to Kalanianeole in Hawaii kai Manaloa bay then Port lock, Hunama Bay, so nice to see everything!! Some of us have been riding social distance not fast island riding. Lunch restaurants are just now getting started up again; anyway we made it just past Makapu, then choke traffic forever. We finally turned around and went to Sandy’s Beach where we met a few riders chilling‘there. We let them know something had traffic snarled to Waimanalo Beach Park. Forget dat route, we all decided to head back west. When backing out to roll out together, Bridget had a slip n roll. She was fine and bike ok and away we went! Another chapter in da Intruders of Hawaii’s adventures. Mahalo to all who came out to ride!

Aloha to our Prez & Sparky on da mainland


For now this is:

Da V/P Kimo

Over n out stay safe out there!