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Bike Ride Rules:
This ride is open to the public. Everyone can participate. Family friendly!
There are NO ADMISSION FEES. This is a FREE community event.
*Although we emphasize bicycling, it is not required. Pedestrians, scooters, skateboards, strollers, and other modes of transportation are allowed. For those who find it difficult to traverse bike lanes and green belts, we suggest driving to Community Park where the majority of the day's festivities take place. Community Park has food and drink vendors, entertainment and the skydiving grand finale.
There is no starting or ending point for the ride. Riders can hop on the Davis Bike Loop at any location and choose to ride in either direction. Professional zombie actors and local community groups and businesses will put on unique performances at different locations along the route on Sunday, October 30th from 12-3pm. For the grand finale, watch zombies skydive from the sky, compliments of Skydance Skydiving at 3:30pm at Community Park!
HALLOWEEN COSTUMES ARE HIGHLY ENCOURAGED!! Learn about our costume contest and prizes here. Please be mindful that your costume does not get caught on the bicycle while pedaling.
• The ride takes place over the 12-mile Davis Bike Loop, so there is plenty of space for those who wish to practice social distancing.
• When not actively riding your bike, do not obstruct the bike path.
• Adhere to all social distancing markings and signage.
• If there is already a large number of riders at a given area, wait in the distance for the crowd to lessen before approaching.
• All types of bikes allowed. Trailers okay for carrying dogs, children, etc.
• Bikes can be electric or electric-assist or other.
• Helmets strongly encouraged and required for riders under 18 years old.
• Must follow all city and state bike laws.
• One person per bike seat. No riding on pegs or handlebars.
• Children under 10 years old must be supervised.