BikeHouston Moonlight Ramble

BikeHouston Moonlight Ramble

Photo by Chuy Benitez

Location Info:

Saint Arnold Brewery
2000 Lyons Ave.
Houston, TX  77020
713-686-9494
Put the pedal to the proverbial metal at BikeHouston’s 44th annual Moonlight Ramble. Kick off the evening with more than 1,500 biking enthusiasts for fun, frothy beverages and food trucks. Jazz up your bike with lights and don your best costume for the contest portion of the evening. Then, take a midnight ride around Houston. Cyclists of all skill levels can participate in a few different ways: Novices will appreciate the ten-mile path, while veteran riders can challenge themselves with the 20-mile course. True to its cause, the cycling event benefits the Bayou City. “The fund-raising helps us to make Houston more bike-friendly. We want to cover 600 miles of bike lanes for Houston for the future,” says Doug Waldrep, development manager for BikeHouston. And remember, safety comes first: Requirements include bike lights, helmets and obeying all traffic laws.

There’s a pre-party at 10 p.m. October 22, with biking starting at 11:59 p.m. Saint Arnold Brewing Company, 2000 Lyons. For information, call 832-819-2453 or visit bikehouston.org. $35 to $50.

[Organizer's description:] The BikeHouston Moonlight Ramble is a unique Houston cycling event with a 44-year history. The novelty of beginning a ride at midnight attracts 1500 bicyclists to the streets of Houston, many of whom return year after year. The ride is a fundraiser to support safe streets in Houston and is BikeHouston's signature event.

Highlight

-Relaxed ride geared for riders of all skill levels

-10 and 20-mile route

-Midnight Ride

-Forty-four year tradition

-Fun and comfortable autumn ride with costumes and decoration encouraged

-The only supported ride of its kind in Houston
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