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Dia de "Lost" Muertos coming November 1

Posted By on Fri, Oct 16, 2015 at 12:20 PM

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My colleagues over at Bike Arkansas and El Latino are teaming up with Lost Forty BrewingChainwheel Bikes and Arkansas Outside to celebrate the end of this year's cycling season with a Dia de Los Muertos-themed party, and you are all invited. If you like to bike, eat and/or dress up, this event is for you. Activities include a Dia de los Muertos costume fun ride, a lowrider bike styling competition, tacos, Mexican brunch items, cash prizes for best dressed riders, lots of free swag, a trike toss to benefit Recycle Bikes for Kids of Arkansas and some of Lost Forty's finest beers.

Here's the schedule of events:

*2:00pm: Ride registration and swag pickup
*2:45pm: Ride Begins - All experience levels welcome!
*3:30pm: Ride Returns - Time to eat!
*4:00pm: Trike Toss sponsored by Chainwheel
*4:45pm: Lowrider & Costume Awards sponsored by El Latino
*5:00pm: Raffle GiveAway and Awards & Burying the 2015 Season Bike (kinda crazy, kinda cool...just wait and see)
*5:30pm: Adios Cycling season. See you in 2016!

Looks like a lot of fun, so if you need one last good-bye to the cycling season—or you just want to have fun with bikes, food and beer, this is the place for you. 

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