San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
The Full Moon will be out this week and we are excited to announce another Full Moon Outing--one of a series of rides and picnics we have been hosting this summer.
And this time, the torches are lit, the theme is set... and we're having a luau you won't soon forget! Dress code is Tacky Tourist (go ahead, show us your worst!) Put on your craziest Hawaiian shirts and shades or otherwise colorful get-ups and join us for a "Lei'd Back " Luau Ride and Party!
Upon arriving at the shop, all participants will be given flower necklaces and glow sticks. Thus outfitted, we will ride through the city happily making our way to Kingman Island, a tranquil hideaway on the Anacostia River. There we will be treated to private use of the open space to take in the casual island atmosphere and enjoy simple pleasures on a calm night.
Also at the party, we will provide drinks to help you cool off and there will be food options available for purchase from local food trucks (to be announced soon). But, you might consider bringing your own snacks and libations as well as a blanket to spread out. Do you have a rack or basket to carry things on your bike?
Please RSVP to our facebook invite and register here for the ride so that we can know how many people are coming. And, if you are willing to help set up the party or serve as a marshal along the ride route, kindly send a message to email@example.com.
After registering, stay tuned for final important details to be sent by email. More entertaining surprises are being arranged...
This promises to be a special event!
**Just Confirmed-- We will have a Hula Dancer from Aloha Island Revue (https://www.facebook.com/AlohaIslandRevue) performing and offering lessons. ***
We had a great time last month at our Full Moon Firefly Ride. Here is a video recap:
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