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Baltimore Bike Party: Brew Ha Ha!

Monthly city bike ride lines up perfectly with Halloween theme tonight.

By Ron Cassie | October 31, 2014, 12:52 pm

-Baltimore Velo
Outside World

Baltimore Bike Party: Brew Ha Ha!

Monthly city bike ride lines up perfectly with Halloween theme tonight.

By Ron Cassie | October 31, 2014, 12:52 pm

-Baltimore Velo

The Baltimore Bike Party is always kind of a costume party on two wheels with its different monthly themes and Friday nights treks through Charm City neighborhoods. Tonight, the popular city recreational ride lines up perfectly with the calendar for a special Halloween Brew Ha Ha pedal party. If you see about 1,000 people in scary outfits riding bikes together through town this evening, don't be surprised.

As always, there'll be an after-bike party, too, this month at the Baltimore Museum of Industry for all the usual fun with beer, wine, food trucks, photo booth, and DJ. Plus a costume contest. And then, since its Halloween, there will be an after-after party at Little Havana next door.

Meet up, as usual, is at 6:30 p.m. at St Mary’s Park in Seton Hill with roll out at 7 p.m. The route tonight is posted here and, if this is your first bike party, more info on what you should bring is here.

Trick or treat and ride safe kids...




Meet The Author

Ron Cassie is a senior editor for Baltimore, where he covers the environment, education, medicine, politics, and city life.



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