The Zombie Bike Ride Committee members are hopping out of their graves with delight to collaborate with Michael and Stefanie Sutton, owners of Handheld Sweet & Savory Handpies in Davis, CA for the third annual Zombie Bike Ride 🧟♀️🧟♂️
We smelt the sweet and savory handpies cooking and immediately began to swarm around their 1969 Ford Vanette, which tastefully serves as their own mobile food truck. 🥧
We zombified Michael and Stefanie as well as their team member Elliott and easily convinced them to sell their delicious menu items to bike ride attendees at our event this year.
ZOMBIE BIKE RIDE: We are going to have a blast this Halloween on Sunday, October 31, from 12-3pm with a bike ride along the Davis Bike Loop... where riders will encounter ZOMBIES! Then from 3–3:15pm, we will have a grand finale complete with Skydance Skydiving's zombies skydivers coming down in Community Park, made possible by support from Lawson Youmans of Hallmark Properties and Mathias Klein of Klein Hardwood Flooring! The skydiving finale will be followed by our Zombie Mash afterparty from 3:30-5:30pm, put on by the Davis Downtown Business Association. Visit www.zombiebikeparade.com for details. 💚💚💚
For attendees that develop an insatiable appetite, be sure to visit the Handheld Sweet & Savory Handpies food truck, located along the bike route at Community Park, near the Davis Arts Center.
Their savory pies are tailored for both meat-eaters and vegetarians. And don't forget their sweet dessert pies! "We wanted to put everything on the menu to ensure the zombies wouldn't come to our home and raid our cupboards." explained the food truck team.
Try their award-winning HandBurger, which pairs well with a fresh squeezed lemonade from Niknek Lemonade, a drink vendor who will also be joining in the fun.
When Michael and Stefanie aren't feeding the hungry Halloween horde, they can be found in their food truck, parked outside the Odd Fellows Lodge at 2nd and D Street, serving sweet and savory hand pies for the Davis community on Fridays and Saturdays. They can also be found every other Sunday in Central Park at the Davis Craft & Vintage Fair.