Blue (((Moon))) Eve Ice Cream Social

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A Blue Moon is a natural phenomenon occurs every 2.7145 years. This special moon is the 13th full moon of the year. To celebrate this rare feat of lunar proportions, the HTX Full Moon Cruise presents to you the BLUE (((MOON))) ICE CREAM SOCIAL.

On the eve of CM and the proper (((MOON)). This is a special occasion because this will be the only (((MOON))) during the day. For all of those who have never ridden the (((M))) because of it starting time, well here is your chance. This ride leaves @ 730 pm.

Fat Cat Creamery has whipped up the a special batch of (((MOON))) Cream© for this monumental ride. Wrist bands will get you this special cream. The cost is $1 for Graduates^ and $3 for Cadets (first timers, non-graduates, etc.). You can buy wrist bands (((DAY OFF))). Stay tuned to the FB page and IG: OursTooCycling for more info.

& In the spirit of the (((MOON))) everything else is a secret and all (((RULES))) apply.

^Graduates must show proof of graduation via Spoke Card or Photo. If you can’t its ok, its two extra bucks. (1) one dollars wrist band per graduate.

*Our launch pad will be MOON TOWER-INN, 3004 Canal St, Houston, TX 77003. This 2nd Ward oasis is capable of Food and Beverage. If you would like to enjoy such Food & Beverages please GET THERE EARLY ENOUGH & govern yourself accordingly to the ride times…. RIDE TIMES ARE AS FOLLOWS: 6:30 pm is Meet & Greet am is WE RIDE!

- Respect is a reciprocal behavior.
- I don't tell you where we are going. If you ask I will just say, "To The moon!"
-This is a social ride with the EM-PHA-SIS on riding.
-There are several pace speeds with in the ride.
-Prepare your equipment/supplies properly before the ride. We end up in the most random parts of Houston.
- “SOBRIETY” & “HYDRATION” are your responsibility.
-You DO NOT have to compromise your views on Laws or Religion to have a good time.
-Respect is a reciprocal behavior

***As always, RIDE AT YOUR OWN RISK, having LIGHTS on your bike at night is a good idea and it's always prudent to have at least enough EQUIPMENT TO CHANGE FLATS & FIRST-AID & CELL PHONE. We try not to drop any riders, but it can happen, so being prepared is wise.
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