'Great Spring Bicycle Parade', 22 April

  • 9 Feb 2018 9:09 AM
'Great Spring Bicycle Parade',  22 April
From the organisers: Following the previous bicycle parades you can now get ready to fuse your love for Budapest with cycling again in our mass Spring ride.

I bike Budapest is meant to be a celebration for all those who ride a bike in this city, and also a demonstration for a bicycle-friendly, livable city for all.

Come and enjoy the company of thousands of others cyclists, dress up in a costume, dress down in shorts, bring your family, play an instrument, sing along, dance, make friends, but first and foremost: smile and have fun.

Date:
Saturday, April 22, 2018

Start:
3:00pm, at Tabán

Route:
Erzsébet híd – Pesti alsó rakpart – Népfürdő utca – Árpád híd – Margitsziget – Margit-híd – budai alsó rakpart – Attila út – Alagút – Lánchíd – Andrássy út – Városliget (City Park)

Map:
http://bit.ly/2IcL39l

Mass Bike Lift:
Approx. 6:00 pm

The ride is organised by the Hungarian Cyclists' Club and sponsored by the Embassy of the Netherlands in Hungary.

**Organisers would NOT like to see: commercial activity, or any party politics**
 

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