Decorate yourself and your bike with as many shiny, sparkly, glowing and illuminated things as you possibly can and join us for a night-time bike ride along the coastal shared path.
Drinks and a light snack will be provided at the end of the ride, or why not make a night of it, bring a hamper and have a moonlight picnic?
There will be prizes for the sparkliest and most creatively decorated riders and bikes, so get your thinking caps on and aim to out-shine the stars! Fairy lights, flashing lights, glow sticks, coloured spokey dokes, reflective straps, glo-in-the dark face paint, sequins, glitter, tinsel, and fluorescent clothing are all options to create a stunning night-time effect.
Sunday February 5, 2012 7:00 to 9:00 PM. More details at the City of Stirling page
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This sounds retarded. I'm keen ^_^
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This is back for 2013.
From City of Stirling's Summerset Arts Festival
:The Summer Glow Ride is back due to popular demand! Decorate yourself and your bike with as many shiny, sparkly, glowing and illuminated things as you possibly can and join us for a night-time bike ride along the coastal shared path.
Light refreshments will be provided or bring a hamper and enjoy a moonlight picnic.
There will be prizes for the sparkliest and most creatively decorated riders and bikes, so get your thinking caps on and aim to out-shine the stars!
This event is FREE entry.
Registration Essential: Email [email protected]
Location: Scarborough Beach Reserve (departing from bike path)
Date: 16/02/2013 Time: 8.00pm
Registration form here
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Any idea how far the ride is??? Or where you end up?
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Looks like you have to go through the registration steps to unlock the secrets of the ride... didn't really need a turn off but that sure is enough to do it.
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