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Xmas Lights Tour in Cycle Style

Xmas Lights Tour in Cycle Style

“Get out your best Christmas Frock, light up your bike and join us next Tuesday 14th December for our Xmas Lights Tour in Cycle Style” says Frock Mistress, Annie Frocker.

Frocks On Bikes has organised a Xmas Lights Tour meeting at the Honest Lawyer at 8pm on Tuesday 14th December for a festive drink before heading off on a planned route around Stoke and Tahunanui in the dark.

“Everyone is welcome to join us” says Annie, “but style is paramount”.

Men and children are most welcome, but must be supervised at all times. A reminder we will be riding in the dark.

“The route will cover on road as well as off road cycleways, and we request participants to obey the road rules”.

“Don’t forget your lights – white in the front and red on the rear”.

“It’s easy to forget your bike lights when the days are so long, but all the bike shops supply purse size quality lights which are easy to carry with you at all times” says Annie.

Frocks on Bikes – celebrating a summer of cycling in style.


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