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Sweet Ride: Cupcake Edition

We are happy to announce that the last little while I’ve been working with Hyedie Hashimoto, the organizer of the Toronto Girls Cupcake Ride on some food-based bike rides for Toronto’s cyclists (both male and female cyclists).  The Girls’ Cupcake Rides look like a lot of fun and the attendees all look very nice and stylish – perfect ambassadors for the joy of biking in Toronto. :)

To start off what we (myself and Hyedie) are calling the “Sweet Ride” series of co-ed food-based rides, we’re working with what we already know is successful – a Cupcake Ride!

Come and join us on Easter Saturday (April 23) for fun, cupcakes and biking.

Sweet Ride: Cupcake Edition

  • When: Saturday, April 23rd, 2011
  • Start Time: 1 pm
  • Start Point: The Cupcakery, 1034 St Clair Avenue West ( near Dufferin )
  • End Point: Bobbette & Belle, 1121 Queen Street East ( near Jones )
  • Route Map: on Google Maps

Check out our event and RSVP on Facebook too!

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