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Gay & Lesbian Slow Ride Speed Dating Event In Fremont

By master · September 26th, 2011 · No Comments

Gay and lesbian cyclists looking for a date will have a chance to meet other bike lovers on Tuesday, October 4th.

Fremont cycle boutique, Hub and Bespoke, will host the second “Slow Ride Speed Date” event for local singles. Participants will pair up for 3-minute bike rides on a pre-set path through the Fremont neighborhood.

Riders will note the individuals they are interested in on provided booklets, and Hub and Bespoke will later notify each person of any matches.

The first speed date event in August was a success according to Hub and Bespoke co-founder, Aldan Shank.

“There were several matches and everyone said they had a great time. We’re excited to do it again, this time for our gay and lesbian friends.”

Shank says the event offers bike-riding singles a chance to meet people with similar interests and values.

Anyone interested in participating should email Spots are limited, and a bike is required. The event will start at 5:45pm at the Hub and Bespoke shop (513 N 36th St) and will conclude with a friendly mixer at a neighborhood venue. More details available on the Hub and Bespoke blog.

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