S-Cargo Pumpkin-Carving Halloween Ride: October 29, 2011 at 5 PM


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The big Pumpkin-Carving Halloween S-Cargo Ride details:  It’s this Saturday, October 29, 2011 at 5 PM. Meet-Up place is at 737 South Mills Avenue, Orlando, FL. We will meet in the vacant lot to the left (north) of the light green house. If you need to drive to the event, park your vehicle on the street around Lake Davis, which is one block west of Mills off of Gore. It is easy to find.

This is BYOP (Bring Your Own Pumpkin.) We’ll have some pumpkin carving tools and knives available, but you may wish to bring your own paring knife, grapefruit knife, butcher knife, machete, chain saw, or whatever you traditionally use. Also, bring something to light your pumpkin creation, preferably battery-powered. Decorating your bicycle cargo rig is encouraged, and feel free to dress in something festive.

We’ll have a fun ride through town to display our jack-0-lanterns.  Ride whatever you have. Be sure to put a front and rear light on your bike. We look forward to seeing everybody!

25 replies
  1. fred_dot_u
    fred_dot_u says:

    This is pretty amazing. Now that I have the address, I have found that it is zero point nine miles away from the charging station I’ve selected.

    I’ve never carved a pumpkin in my life! Isn’t it kind of messy? I have a ‘lectric chain saw, but it needs to be plugged into an outlet. Is there a human powered chain saw? Oh, they are called hand saws, aren’t they?

    I’ll drag B.O.B. trailer out and put him to good use too!

    • Diana
      Diana says:

      Pumpkin carving with young children is a tradition. It doesn’t actually (usually) involve a chain saw. You owe it to yourself to give pumpkin carving a try. I’m bringing some simple, non-lethal pumpkin carving tools for you. Besides, pumpkins and bicycles go together like, uhm, well… anyway, come see for yourself!

  2. John Alexander
    John Alexander says:

    Wish I could join you but am still getting over my “non-flu” (the very much flu-like symptoms that one gets from getting a flu shot which “they” claim cannot actually give you the flu). Have a great time – may the best pumpkin win and hope you all carve responsibly (especially those yielding chain saws).

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