What is The Ikaika Classic?

Bodybuilding athletes from throughout Hawaii and mainland United States will be coming to compete in these two Shows. There will be approximately 180-200 competitors, in different classes, from Men’s and Women’s Bodybuilding, Figure, Physique and Bikini divisions. This is all day adventure for all who want to participate. The daytime activities will build the excitement for the night show. 

Alan and Kristin Present both shows-

The Ikaika Classic, held in Honolulu on the island of Oahu every summer


Maui’s Ikaika Classic, held in Wailuku on the island of Maui this October 26, 2019 at HP Baldwin High School.

When and Where is the show?

The Ikaika Classic in Honolulu

This national qualifier bodybuilding show takes place on Saturday June 29, 2019 at the Neil Blaisdell Concert Hall: 777 Ward Ave, Honolulu, HI 96813. The Prejudging Show is from 9 a.m.‐12 p.m., the Main Event is from 5:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.

Maui’s Ikaika Classic in Wailuku

This NPC sanctioned show will be held on Saturday, October 26, 2019 at HP Baldwin High School: 1650 W. Kaahumanu Ave, Wailuku, HI, 96793. The Prejudging Show is from 9 a.m. - 12 p.m., the night show will be from 5:00 pm to 8:30 pm.

Who will be in the audience?

Anyone who would like to attend! The audience will be filled with bodybuilding enthusiasts, health conscious people, buyers, with an audience of onlookers that support the participants that want to look good, feel good and care about their appearance.

How many attendees?

The Ikaika Classic in Honolulu

The gorgeous Neil Blaisdell Concert Hall holds approximately 2,158 seats, we will have a modest 700 people attend with approximately 100-150 competitors in the evening.

Maui’s Ikaika Classic in Wailuku

The historic Henry Perrine Badlwin High school can hold up to 1,000 seats, we will have roughly 500 people attend to come and support their friends and family members.  

The Man Behind The Ikaika



Alan Ichinose,

Alan was born August 27, 1963 in Honolulu Hawaii. At the age of 19 he started his bodybuilding career. After speaking to a friend in the gym he decided that he wanted a body like him. "He was ripped so I decided I wanted to workout like him." The gym gave Alan direction and stability in his life. He was close to his family but needed a direction that he could feel good about.

I was inspired by a few people in the Gym. Mike Lau, Craig Vasper, and Donald Coleman were my mentors in Bodybuilding. Alan went on to win 1984 Hawaii International, 1988 Mr. USA, The 1989 Nationals."Mr. America",

1988 Mr. Hawiian Islands, Over-all winner, 1985 Paradise Cup Over-all winner.

Alan turned professional in 1996. After an 18 year break away from bodybuilding Alan competed professionally at the Jacksonville Pro and the Europa in 2010. Alan's talents have provided the bodybuilders in Hawaii a unique look at what a true professional has to offer the bodybuilding community.


2017 Overall Winners

Feat. in Mid-Week Hawaii