Kidical Mass Exeter returns for a Halloween-themed bike ride on Sunday 30 October as part of an ongoing campaign for safe cycling routes for children, young people and families.
The ride will set off from Northerhay Gardens at 4pm and take a turn through Exeter’s streets, before arriving back at its starting point.
Participants are invited to wear fancy dress and decorate their bicycles with colourful lights.
Everyone is welcome to join the ride whether or not they have children.
The event is intended to demonstrate that besides being fun, streets that keep children and cyclists safe work for everyone.
It is designed to create a safe environment for families and friends to cycle together while highlighting the need for cycling routes that enable children and young people to travel safely and independently wherever they live.
It also aims to promote a healthier, lower carbon future in which active travel modes are the norm.
The first Kidical Mass took place in 2008 in Eugene, Oregon, and has since become a worldwide celebration of cycling with events taking place around the globe.
A Kidical Mass weekend event in May this year attracted 40,000 participants in more than 200 cities.
Visit the Kidical Mass Exeter website to find out more and get involved.