Wilbur’s Point and West Island and Full Hunter’s Moon, Ride

I’m making good progress in the Halloween bike challenge offered by the bike journal web page.

In honor of Halloween, you are invited you to participate in the Bike Journal Trick or Treat Challenge. It’s a great way to earn all that Halloween candy!

Ride at least 310 miles between October 1 and October 31.

Outdoor or indoor miles are OK. You can also report minutes instead of miles if riding indoors. If reporting time only, an equivalence of 4 minutes per mile will be used. (Thus you would need to spin for 1240 minutes (20 hours 40 minutes) to meet the challenge. You can also use any combination of the three (outdoor and indoor miles plus indoor time [not previously reported as indoor miles] to equal 310 miles).

Meeting the challenge gives you the satisfaction of guilt-free trick or treat snacking on Halloween.

Sign up for the challenge, and report your progress in this thread starting on October 1.

The full moon ride is Friday.  It’s two days early, but we do them on Friday’s.  I’m not in charge, just passing it on.

Hunter’s Moon

There will be a Sunset/ Moonlight ride on the East Bay Bike Path on 10/14/16.
Sunset will be at 6:04 PM.

Date: Friday 10/14/16.
Location:  EBBP off Rt 103 near Del’s Lemonade.
Arrive: 5:00PM
Departure: 5:15PM promptly
Distance is flexible.
Rain cancels the ride.
We will ride to Colt’s State Park.  Watch the sunset.  Then we will proceed toward Providence till we decide to turn around.

Bikes should have adequate lighting.
Bring water, snacks, cameras and anything else you might want or need.
Helmets are highly recommended.

Wilbur’s Point and West Island from John Sullivan on Vimeo.

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