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Jack and JoeCome ride with Jack Dougherty and Joe Dickerson on the “Pedal for the Pastries” Slow Roll Bike Tour of Hartford bakeries on Saturday September 14th, 2019.

9:30am — meet up at CHER offices, 70 Vernon Street, Trinity College

10:00am — or meet up at our first stop at BiCiCo, 97 Park Street

10am-12 noon — ride and sample Hartford bakeries and pastries from around the globe on our bike route, TBA

Guaranteed to be a calorie-neutral experience (if you pedal and eat small portions).

This is a friendly slow roll bike ride, around 10-12 mph, to help people learn how to bike around Hartford, and to build a stronger sense of community.

Bring your bike and helmet, OR Trinity will pay for up to 7 students/staff/faculty to borrow a bike and helmet from BiCiCo, if you mail jack.dougherty@trincoll.edu by Thursday September 12th. BiCiCo will provide a mobile bike mechanic to help out with minor repairs.

Optional: Sign up on our Facebook event page

Co-sponsored by the Center for Hartford Engagement and Research (CHER) at Trinity College and BiCiCo.org, Hartford’s community bike shop, a project of the Center for Latino Progress.

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