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Dallas Bike Ride: MORE UPDATED INFO!
November 3, 2018 @ 2:30 am - 7:30 am UTC-5
11/1/18: Look for Mike and the Easy Street van at the first rest stop at Reverchon Park on Maple St. Rebecca and the pop-up will be set up at City Hall Plaza — cannot tell exactly where at this point, but come find us!
AND, it is not too late to register. (Online registration ended at midnight last night.) However, you can go to West Village where packet pick-up takes place and register in person. Looks as if hours Thursday (TODAY) are 3:00 – 7:00 p.m. and on Friday, 11:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m. Address is 3699 McKinney Ave. 75204.
We’d like there to be a whole lotta recumbents in these pictures! Will you come join us? Go to the Dallas Bike Ride website to find out everything you need to know and to register.
As they describe it:
Celebrate life on two [or three!] wheels with Dallas Bike Ride!
The second annual Dallas Bike Ride will take place Saturday, November 3, 2018. Dallas’ only 20-mile, closed road, car-free, recreational bike ride, Dallas Bike Ride is open to all ages (3 and up) and all riding abilities. Starting and finishing in front of City Hall Plaza, the course will feature 20-miles of car-free Dallas streets, diverse neighborhoods, skyline views, on-course entertainment, and a post-ride Finish Festival with live music, food trucks, and family-friendly activities for all to enjoy.
Bike rentals, complimentary bike mechanics, and packet mailing are available.
And, the beneficiary is BikeDFW and we have got to feel good about that.
What we’d REALLY like you to do, is:
- Let us know you are coming! Email Rebecca at firstname.lastname@example.org or call her at 512-789-4118. If you’d like to ride with a recumbent group, we could make that happen.
- Look for our presence at the City Hall Plaza after the ride. (We decided it was just too much driving to get folks to come over to the Keller shop after the ride.) We have talked to the event organizers and our plan is to be there, right where everybody starts and finishes, along with other vendors. Look for the Easy Street pop-up or the hospitality tent; hang out with us, meet up with other Easy Street folks who made the ride. We will look forward to seeing you.