If you only get to one Night Pedal Cruising Ride this year then you should get out more often.
Wait, thats not right. If you only get to one Night Pedal Cruising ride this year then it has to be the Night Pedal Cruising Halloween Ride 2014 which will be held Saturday October 25th.
To add to the mystery of this months ride neither the route nor the destination has been announced leaving you at the mercy of the psychotic ride leader Naohiro Kiyota. Where will he take us and will we make it back alive??
Ghoulish fiends will descend upon the Aoyama United Nations University Farmers Market at 5:30pm for a 6pm start under the cover of darkness.
Night Pedal Cruising rides are social rides at a slow pace for relatively short distanced with the emphasis on having a good time with bicycle lovers from all walks of life. No matter your level of experience you can complete a Night Pedal Cruising Ride with ease.
As this is Halloween please do come in costume (or not!) and decorate your bike, bring lights, your camera and if possible a sound system with music fitting for the occasion. (Just what is fitting for a Halloween night ride around Tokyo? I'll let you decide.)
For more information please visit the official Night Pedal Cruising Halloween Ride 2014 page.
A great ride was had by all, here are some pictures from the night (as always most turned our blurry as shooting from the bike at night is HARD.)
October 16, 2014
Night Pedal Cruising Halloween Ride 2014
Father of two, husband of one, lover of family, bicycles and running.
Urban Cycling Consultant, Tokyo By Bike.
Byron Kidd is the founder of the Tokyo By Bike website, writer, experienced urban cyclist, and expert on cycling in the staggering metropolis of Tokyo.
Working with NPO's and cycling activists to improve cycling infrastructure in Japan, Byron also operates internationally via a vast network of renowned urban mobility experts to promote Japanese cycling culture, and demonstrate how everyday cycling can work in megacities around the world. No city is too big for the bicycle.
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