Poky Pedaling Potluck Picnic will deliver a dose of Bike Fun on Tuesday

[Weather update – 2 PM Tue 7/15: The weather forecast hasn’t changed much over the past couple of days. Mid-60’s, clouds, and a small chance of a few sprinkles. It could be somewhat windy, though. I just rode our PPPP route, and as long as it doesn’t get worse than it is now, we’ll enjoy a nice late-afternoon of Bike Fun.]

We’ll be sharing yet more Bike Fun this Tuesday on the Poky Pedaling Potluck Picnic. If you haven’t experienced these tasty Poky Pedals, you don’t know what you’ve been missing. As with all Poky Pedals, our Bike Fun Tuesday is free, there are no signups, and all Poky Pedalers are welcome.

We will assemble in Goerke Park at the entrance to the public swimming pool at 5:15 PM on Tuesday July 15. From there, we’ll ride between 3 and 5 miles on calm streets and non-motorized paths to a mystery park location that is different on each ride.

Poky Pedalers each bring a picnic contribution, which can range from a bag of chips to a fancy salad – all contributions are equally appreciated. We have plenty of room for carrying picnic contributions, so don’t let any difficulty in carrying food on your bicycle keep you from joining us. Our route always takes us by a food store, so you can purchase your picnic goodie there if that is more convenient.

At the mystery park location, we’ll unload and enjoy a marvelous feast. Once our repast is complete, we’ll pack it all up and ride back to Goerke Park.

The weather forecast for late Tuesday afternoon shows a small chance of a shower with temperatures in the mid-60’s. Based on this forecast, I expect our Poky Pedaling Potluck Picnic to proceed as scheduled. If necessary, we’ll head to a covered picnic destination so that rain doesn’t damper our Bike Fun. I’ll post weather updates to this blog post and my Twitter feed between now and Tuesday afternoon, so keep an eye out for the latest.

If you want more information about what to expect on a Poky Pedaling Potluck Picnic, you can read this webpage. Those who have never been on a Poky Pedal can learn even more here about how they work.

Keep track of our remaining Bike Fun this month and beyond by checking out the Upcoming Poky Pedals page and the 2014 Bike Fun Calendar.

I look forward to sharing Bike Fun with all Poky Pedalers this Tuesday.

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