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Bike to the Festival of Colors

In what has been deemed the first-annual “Rainbow Road Bike Ride,” a group of cyclists from around Provo will be biking to the Krishna Festival of Colors. Join in for a 13 mile ride (each way) and a fun-filled afternoon.

What: The Festival of Colors, also known as Holi, is a traditional Indian holiday including music, mayhem, and a lot of colored chalk.

Where: Meet at Rowley Press (39 W 200 N) and ride to the Krishna Temple in American Fork

When: Saturday, March 27th. leaving at 2:00 p.m.

Many participants are dressing colorfully or decorating their bikes in true Rainbow Road fashion. For more info, check out the Rainbow Road Bike Ride Facebook Group or the Utah Krishna website.

photo credit: ben.chaney

Critical Mass – April 2nd

Enjoy the spring weather with a celebratory bike ride this April. Provo Critical Mass is back and more than 110 people have already RSVPed for the fun on Facebook.

What: Critical Mass is a group bike ride that takes place on the first Friday of the month in cities around the world. Riders of all ages and bikes of all kinds are welcomed. If you’ve never heard of it, check out this article for the basics.

When: April 2nd, 5:30 p.m.

Where: Meet in front of the Provo Courthouse (10 E. Center St.)

Be sure to join the Provo Critical Mass Facebook Group to meet like-minded cyclists and get updates about such events.

photo credit: TimothyJ