Scavenger hunt for bicyclists
     2016-10-21      By Mike Johanns    editor@geringcitizen.com
The Candy Corn Grab Bicycle Scavenger Hunt rolls out for a second year on October 29.

Riders must be in teams of two to four members. The ride starts in the parking lot at Monument Grill, 2550 Clubhouse Drive, at 11 a.m.

Team members will receive instructions for locations to scavenge. Teams must use a digital or phone camera to photograph themselves as a group at each location. All team members must return to Monument Grill by 1 p.m. Participants may purchase lunch on their own after the scavenger hunt.

Points are awarded for the number of locations photographed, and bonus points are awarded for rare locations, submitting photos via text message, funny pictures, and for teams wearing costumes. Team members who fail to operate their bicycles safely (such as by failing to wear a helmet or by breaking traffic rules) will disqualify their team. The top-scoring teams will receive prizes from Sonny’s Bike Shop.

There is no fee to participate. Teams ride rain or shine, but ice or snow on the roads will cancel the event.

For more information, visit the club’s Facebook page

www.facebook.com/wnbclub/ or contact Katie Bradshaw at 308-632-3607 or kt@ktbradshaw.com.

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