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Family Twilight Ride and Glow Party

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Fun family bike ride under the stars
Join the fun at Canberra's first ever twilight bike ride and glow after party!

Say goodbye to winter and welcome in the period of warmer weather and daylight savings with an easy 5km loop around Yerrabi Pond in Gungahlin. Dress up in your best glow-in-the-dark gear and dress up your bike with lights as well! There will be prizes for the brightest bikes. Then after your bike ride, join in the fun, food and entertainment at the family glow party.

Held on Saturday 6 October 6 2018 from 4.30 pm at Yerrabi Pond. Ride starts from 6.30 pm.

You need to register for this event as limited tickets are available. Ticket prices are: Children aged 5 years and under FREE, children 5 - 17 years $16, and 18 years - $26. Family tickets are $70 for 2 adults and 2 children 5 - 17 years. Each additional child 5 - 17 years - $10, Children under 18 must register with an adult.

All bike riders must wear an Australian standard helmet and have visible and functioning safety lights on their bikes. For event terms and conditions, please visit the website.
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Why? Enjoy a twilight bike ride and glow party with the family
When: Saturday October 6 from 4.30pm
Where: Yerrabi Pond Park, Corner Nellie Hamilton Ave and Phyllis Ashton Circuit, Gungahlin
Cost: Under 5 years - FREE; 5 - 17 years - $16; 18 years - $26; Family $70 for 2 adults and 2 children 5 - 17 years. Each additional child 5 - 17 years - $10
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