Critical Mass Halloween Edition Tonight: Bring Your Costumes, Not Your Cars
This costume might be a little too obvious.
Miami may not have headless horsemen haunting it, but our streets are pretty freakin' scary nonetheless. We've got zombies eating people's faces, sharks miraculously swimming our streets, and, of course, motorists driving like demons straight out of Hell.
So it seems fitting that tonight's edition of Critical Mass Miami will be in honor of Halloween. Ditch your car. Scarf some candy. And bring your costume. But please, be sure you can see out of that Walter White mask before boarding your bike.
Keep reading for tonight's route.
As always, the ride will begin at 7:15 p.m. at Government Center. Organizers recommend arriving around 6:30.
Tonight's ride is a straight-forward, 12-mile loop through Little Havana and Coral Gables that begins and ends downtown.
Here is a map, courtesy of the Miami Bike Scene:
And here are directions:
Organizers recommend printing a copy of the map, using lights (required by law), and following the instructions of bikers with orange flags.
For this Halloween edition, they also warn against wearing costumes that could get sucked into gears, or masks that will obstruct your view.
We don't want our streets haunted by any headless cyclists.
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