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Moonriders 100km Halloween Tour of London for The Hunger Project

Beware of Zombies! Join us for Moonriders Halloween. The 100km Zombie Cycle Tour of London supporting The Hunger Project's sustainable work to hunger and poverty.
Leaves from a 'spooky' location at 10pm (near Waterloo) on Friday 25 October. Fully supported - 3 catered stops - Hot meal at the finish.
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As the moon casts shadows across eerily dark London streets for Halloween – join hundreds of other riders on our creepy cycle of the city – gasp as you discover the city in a new light, pedal as you make your way between our frightening pit-stops and enjoy a Halloween celebration with hundreds of other riders!
On a ride where all is not what it seems, activity will start to stir on the haunted streets of London. The Highgate vampire, a barber on Fleet Street, and the supernatural goings-on amid the Tower of London – all come alive as riders pick up the pace. Style yourself and your bike to fit to the theme, as you sample the pumpkin soup and blood juice on the way. This certainly won’t be a Friday Fright Night you’ll forget in a hurry…
You can expect a ride with lots of surprises, ghoulish characters and a great party atmosphere!
Dressing up encouraged but not compulsory!
Email mark.speirs@thp.org for more information about the event or the 100km route. Read moreabout The Hunger Project's work in 19,000 villages across Africa, South Asia and Latin America

Contact details

mark.speirs@thp.org or call 07595222354

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10:00pm 25 October 2013
5:00am 26 October 2013
Not repeating
Barking and Dagenham
Skill level

This event has been posted by an individual LCC member, and is not an official LCC event. Although we encourage LCC members to publicise their unofficial cycling events on the LCC website, the publication of such events does not constitute an endorsement of them by LCC. LCC takes no responsibility for this event, and whilst we hope those attending it enjoy doing so, attendance is at their own risk.

Posted by Cycle4Hunger at 8:17am 21 August 2013

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