On Sunday, December 11th, 2016 join the 20th Annual Ciclismo Classico Jingle Ride.  This leisurely and festive singing bike parade goes from Arlington to Boston and back.  The 22-mile bicycle ride rolls through Harvard Square, the Esplanade, Boston Common, and Newbury Street – we stop and sing carols at local landmarks, and just parade along showing some creative holiday spirit.

jingle-riding-down-newbury-street
Photo provided by Boston Biker

There will be free hot mulled cider and freshly-brewed coffee and pastries thanks to our starting-point hosts at the Kickstand Café.  We’ll also enjoy hot cocoa and cookies at Harvard Square, courtesy of the Harvard Square Business Association! The ride also makes an optional warm-up stop at the Menotomy Grill & Tavern just a mile from the ride’s end – come enjoy some free appetizers and more! It’s a parade, not a race – so if you have a bicycle, we’d love your holiday spirit along for the ride! Join the Jingle Ride!

Date: Sunday December 11th, 2016 (ride will be cancelled if there is extreme weather)

Time: registration opens at 10:15 AM, ride leaves promptly at 11 AM  Distance: 22-mile leisurely loop from Arlington to Boston and back

Starting point: Kickstand Café, 594 Massachusetts Avenue in Arlington Center, MA  Cost: Suggested donation of $25 per adult (children under 18 must be accompanied by an adult).

All proceeds go to Horizons for Homeless Children. Please RSVP at http://jingleride2016.eventbrite.com or contact Joe at 781-646-3377.

Information provided by Karin Turer Tugboat 23 Fundraising and Events for Grassroots Nonprofits

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