Mardi Gras Parade Ride

You’re invited to ride with Bike Friendly Oak Cliff in the second-annual Oak Cliff Mardi Gras Parade.

The 1.2-mile parade ride will travel down North Bishop Ave. and through the Bishop Arts District. Meet us at the corner of Canty and Bishop (where the block party with the teepee was last year) at 1 p.m. Stop by early to grab a Hamburger Man burger if you’re hungry. You might even find a keg or two somewhere around there. We’ll ride as a group to our placement in the parade. The parade starts promptly at 2 p.m. and will be over by 3 p.m., which gives you PLENTLY of time to even hang out at the after party at Canty and Bishop and go to a Super Bowl party.

Like last year, we encourage everyone to wear tons of orange and/or use orange decorations since it’s our official group/logo color. What else to wear? B.F.O.C. shirts if you have them! Or dress gaudy: Wear party hats/masks or in your own weird interpretation of voodoo/witchdoctor/botanica. Everyone should bring some beads to throw at the people lining the streets of this packed and completely cute neighborhood party.

RSVP HERE

4 comments

  1. […] Bike Friendly Oak Cliff is offering a double dose of casual biking fun for the month of February.  Sunday, February 7th they’re inviting everyone to meet at the corner of Canty and Bishop to participate in the 1.2 mile Mardi Gras Parade that ultimately travels through the Bishop Arts district.  The parade starts at 2pm (sharp!) so plan to get their early, there’s places to eat and have fun before the parade begins. Read all the details on their site. […]

  2. […] Mardi Gras Parade Ride: ride with Bike Friendly Oak Cliff on a 1.2-mile parade ride, traveling down North Bishop Ave. and through the Bishop Arts District. This will go from 2:00 – 3:00 pm. […]

  3. […] Mardi Gras Parade Ride: ride with Bike Friendly Oak Cliff on a 1.2-mile parade ride, traveling down North Bishop Ave. and through the Bishop Arts District. This will go from 2:00 – 3:00 pm. […]

  4. […] invited to ride with Bike Friendly Oak Cliff in the second-annual Oak Cliff Mardi Gras Parade. Full details here. […]

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