February’s full moon is often called the ‘Full Snow Moon’ or the ‘Full Hunger Moon’ as the Farmer’s Almanac states :
“Snow piles even higher in February, giving this moon its most common name. Among tribes that used this name for the January moon, the February moon was called the Hunger Moon due to the challenging hunting conditions.”
Meet at Old Trolley Barn Park at 7 to leave by 8.
The meetup location and the route map is : HERE
Seeing as its Valentine’s Day, we’re going on a date.
We’re taking you to the best view of downtown San Diego.
The route is almost entirely downhill so we’ll probably be going a pretty fast pace.
We’ll do our best to keep it tight, and its totally possible, we’ll just all need to communicate.
“We are a pack, not a mass.” This isn’t Critical Mass..
We ride with some etiquette :
– Stop at red lights
– Yield at stop signs
– Stick together
Safe riding is so important. We see that. We promote that as best we can.
DRIVERS WILL NOT RESPECT US UNTIL WE RESPECT THEM.
*THEAWAREWOLFS claims no responsibility for any injuries that happen from a THEAWAREWOLFS associated ride.*
**YOU ARE ENTIRELY RIDING AT YOUR OWN RISK.**
Flyer artwork by : Kai Martin
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FULLMOON BIKERIDES or FMBR for short, is group bicycle ride that takes place on every full moon. It is a great way to stay in tune with the lunar calendar and also a consistent occasion that makes you get off your couch and go ride your bike. We look into what full moon of the year this is, give a little speech about it, give a little speech about being an AWARE cyclist, then go on a mellow bike ride.
“Anyone and anybike is welcome.”
The ride is a medium paced ride where we urge everyone to obey the rules of the road and be as aware as possible. We do our best to wait up for everyone and make sure we all stay in a tight pack. We normally ride about 15 miles. Anyone on a bicycle is welcome to come out but a fixed gear, road bike, ten speed, or mountain bike is the best to keep up with the pack.