Many Roads. One Purpose.
Join the American Diabetes Association at the 2019 Tour de Cure Hawaii: it’s more unified, inclusive and powerful than ever before, with ride, run and walk options for the entire Ohana! All riders, runners, and walkers who meet their fundraising minimums are treated to a meal at the finish and receive other day of event benefits!
Ride. Run. Walk. Kokua!
Tour de Cure is for people of all abilities, featuring well-marked cycling routes with safety marshals and safety vehicles, and fully stocked rest stops to fuel your journey! The 5K/10K run and the 2.3 mile walk routes are a great way to get out, have fun, and celebrate those who are living with diabetes.
Tour de Cure is more than just a ride, run or walk – it is a celebration of the ADA’s mission and a chance to raise funds to change the future of diabetes and disrupt the status quo. Every mile covered and every dollar raised brings us closer to a cure.
After registering you will have access to your Participant Center, which is your fundraising hub. You will have a personal page to share your story, mobile apps, email templates and more. FUNdraising has never been easier.
2019 Registration Fee Schedule
The sooner you register, the more you save! Take a look at the schedule below and sign up early for the best deal. Recommit to helping us fund critical diabetes research, programming, and advocacy efforts - register today!
Early Bird Registration ($10): September 1 - December 14 - EXPIRED
$15: December 15 - February 14 - EXPIRED
$25: February 15 - March 15 (website closes on March 15, you may register at Kapiolani Park Bandstand between 3PM and 6PM)
$35: Day of Event (March 16, discount codes not applicable)
Early Check In and Packet Pick Up Info
Thursday, March 14
3PM to 6PM
Kapiolani Regional Park - Bandstand
Friday, March 15
12PM to 6PM
Kapiolani Regional Park - Check In/Registration Tent
2019 Tour de Cure Hawaii Chairs
Meet our 2019 Tour de Cure Hawaii Chairs who are committed to our mission: to prevent and cure diabetes and to improve the lives of all people affected by diabetes.
Michele Saito, President & CEO, DTRIC Insurance
Paul Yokota, President, Zippy’s Restaurants
Mahalo for all you do for the American Diabetes Association.