Sure, we’ve all snuck out the front door and grabbed the newspaper off the stoop in our pajamas. But when was the last time you rode your bicycle in your PJ’s?
Here’s you chance.
Baltimore’s last-Friday-of-every-month Bike Party embraces a new theme each month — July’s was a “Beach Blanket” ride, October was for Halloween costumes, of course. Tonight riders are encouraged to “throw on their best footie pajamas" for a group "pajamboree."
Weather reports call for clear skies and temperatures in the mid-to-high 40s, so wool jammies (and scarf and gloves) might be a good idea.
The popular Bike Party rides, part social event, part bicycle advocacy, have grown dramatically since first launched in April, with 1,300 riders joining in last month. Bicyclists will start congregating around the north side of the Washington Monument in Mt. Vernon at 7 p.m., with the Bike Party leaving promptly at 7:30 p.m.
This month’s ride is a little shorter than in the past, about 10 miles, with one stop, and wraps up at the Pratt Street Ale House, where, participants can also likely accomplish another first — drinking beer in public in ther pajamas. (Or maybe some of us have done that before).
A map of this month’s route can be found here.