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BikeHouston's Moonlight Ramble to Roll Through East End Houston

BikeHouston's Moonlight Ramble to Roll Through East End Houston

For over 40 years the Moonlight Ramble has served as a charitable bike ride to raise awareness and funds for bicycle advocacy and education programs in the Houston area. Since 2004, BikeHouston has organized and hosted this fun, family-friendly event.

Besides being BikeHouston’s largest fundraiser, the Moonlight Ramble is geared to be a fun, night-time bicycle ride where riders of all skill levels are welcome to join. Scheduled for October 24, 2015, they encourage riders to dress up in Halloween costumes and have a great time. The ride includes both an 8 and a 20 mile route as well as rest stops, entertainment, giveaways, a commemorative t-shirt, a raffle, various contests including best costume, best bike lights, and top fundraisers, etc.

The ride start location is located at Chenevert and Polk, near the George R. Brown Convention Center.

Register for the 2015 Moonlight Ramble »

Interested in riding for free? Sign up to volunteer »

We look forward to seeing you at this year’s Ramble!

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Fox 26: Young, Urban Farmers Are Champions Of Change

Fox 26: Young, Urban Farmers Are Champions Of Change

Texas has more farms than any other state, but most of farm country is getting older. The average age of a farmer is 58. Sally MacDonald reports on the recent increase in people under age 34 who are trying out their green thumbs with hopes of changing communities. In the middle of Houston's East End, sits what many see as Houston's first private farm inside the 610 Loop. Finca Tres Robles is Spanish for Three Oaks Farm.

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East End's Own 8th Wonder Brewery Turns Two

East End's Own 8th Wonder Brewery Turns Two

8th Wonder Brewery, located in our very own East Downtown neighborhood (EaDo), have organized an all-star lineup to ring in their second anniversary this Saturday. Complete with food trucks (including their own Eatsie Boys truck), six live music performances, headlined by Houston's own The Suffers, and of course plenty of cold beer. We even hear…

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