Bike Alameda: “Haunt your House” night bike ride

October 26, 2010 – 6:30pm – 9:00pm
“Haunt your House” night bike ride.
Bike Alameda is pleased to partner with the “Haunt your House” contest to offer a fun bike ride around town to view the entries.
Homes and businesses around Alameda will be decorated.
BikeAlameda will pick a safe route, give a safety spiel and lead the ride. We will stop at some of the decorated house entries. There will be refreshments along the way, too.
You must wear a helmet and have a head light and tail light on your bike. Any reflective gear would be helpful, too.
It will be dark and we will be riding in the street at a moderate pace, so no young children on their own bikes, please.
This year there will be a canned food drive. Please bring canned food items to drop off at houses along the way.
For more information on this event:
www.bikealameda.org
www.alamedahauntyourhouse.com
When:  Tuesday Oct 26 at 6:30pm
Where: TBD (will be announced by Oct 25)
From EBBC:
Bike Alameda is pleased to partner with the “Haunt your House” contest to offer a fun bike ride around town to view the entries. Homes and businesses around Alameda will be decorated. BikeAlameda will pick a safe route, give a safety spiel and lead the ride. We will stop at some of the decorated house entries. There will be refreshments along the way, too.
You must wear a helmet and have a head light and tail light on your bike. Any reflective gear would be helpful, too.
It will be dark and we will be riding in the street at a moderate pace, so no young children on their own bikes, please.
This year there will be a canned food drive. Please bring canned food items to drop off at houses along the way.

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