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41st annual "Moonlight Cruze" bicycle ride Sat night, 09/24 2am

It's that time of year again, and the ride you've been waiting for is coming ... the 41th Annual Full Moon Cruze Bicycle Ride!

This year, the ride will happen on Saturday night/Sunday morning, September 23rd/24th, 2023. We shall assemble at about 1:30 am at the James D. Pfluger Bicycle and Pedestrian Bridge and we'll ride out at about 2:30 am. (Don't be later than 2:30am!)

DO NOT BE CONFUSED BY THE DATE! This ride happens on Saturday night/Sunday morning, the night of the 23rd and/or the morning of the 24th! Take a nap if you need one, but set an alarm so you don't forget!

If you only make one bicycle ride a year -- this is the one to make!

As always, the schedule for Austin's full moon rides can be found at http://cycling.frenzied.us/full-moon-rides

You can also follow us on Facebook, in the ATX (((MOON))) group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/155520658757

The ride is about 19 miles, and here is the route: https://www.mapmyride.com/routes/view/50119986

(One change from the traditional route: the Randals that we used to stop at is closed and fenced off, so we'll be stopping at the closed (but not fenced off) Burger King nearby.)

The pace is whatever you want it to be -- some will race between the stop points, but most will take it easy. Either works.

As always, ride at your own risk, having lights on your bike at night is a good idea and it's always a good idea to bring something to drink and enough gear to change a flat. This is not a supported ride, but we definitely do try to not leave a rider behind.

If you want to help get the word out, download the flyers and print some out and put them up at your favorite bike shop, community center, bulletin board, or whatever!  Also, tell your friends, post on social media, etc.

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