Cranksgiving pits cyclists against one another in a scavenger hunt for canned goods

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CHRIS LAWTON
  • Chris Lawton
Retro City Cycles hosts a scavenger hunt and bike ride mashup that takes teams on a 15-mile race as they purchase canned goods at five different grocery stores to donate to Second Harvest Food Bank. Prizes are awarded to the first team to finish, the person who collects the most cans during the race and the individual with the most outrageous costume. Stick around after your ride for the afterparty held at the bike shop, which features a DJ, beer from Ten10 Brewing Company and some fantastic raffle prizes.

1 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 4 | Retro City Cycles, 1806 N. Orange Ave. | 407-895-2700 | retrocitycycles.com | $10-$15 suggested donation


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