Want to cycle between Halloween parties? Strap a pumpkin onto your pannier rack, fill it with bike lights and cycle to these frightfully themed rides and bike-based events.
Starting at the London Bike Kitchen and ending at the pub. This cycle up to the top of Highgate is fuelled by tricks and pot luck treats.
Friday October 31, 7pm. Free. Spiced cider and mulled wine £1 or free for members.
The monthly mass cycle just so happens to fall on Halloween this month. Dress up and join the crew under Waterloo Bridge.
Friday October 31, 6pm. Free.
Bring something to sit on, wrap up warm and enjoy a bicycle-powered evening watching ’80s classic Ghostbusters at Penge Recreation Ground.
Friday October 31, 6.30pm. Free.
If outdoor exercise scares the bejesus out of you, Boom is hosting a Halloween Happy Hour class at its Holborn branch. Expect a spooky studio, a playlist that includes ‘Thriller’ (obvs) and some after class Halloween treats and drinks.
Friday October 31, 6pm. £16 for a one-off booking, or buy BOOM Cycle credits.
With both trail and road rides, the masters of cycling apparel invite you to ride with them and have some cake in Richmond Park. Prizes will be given out to riders in the best Halloween garms.
Saturday November 1, 10.30 am. Free.
I Bike London’s annual Halloween ride sees the most pimped up Halloween bikes and dressed up riders cycle 16km accompanied by sound systems.
Saturday November 8, 7pm. Free.
Following the success of last year’s ride, the Hackney Bicycle Film Society invites you to grab your sugar skulls, bring gifts and celebrate Dia de los Muertos. Meet at Abney Cemetery and ride through the streets of East London to an after party.
Friday November 7, 7pm. Free.
By Jude Brosnan