When we think of Halloween, we don’t often think of organized bike rides. But now that Buffalo Bike Tours exists, anything is possible. Instead of storing your bike for the season, consider taking a ride on Halloween!
“Buffalo Bike Tours is proud to offer this family event – and a completely original production to end our first full season,” said Marc Moscato, owner of Buffalo Bike Tours.
In the case of the first Haunted Buffalo Ride, guests will be entitled to a bike path that covers five horrific deaths in Buffalo, as follows:
The legend of John Maynard, heroic captain of Buffalo
Margaret St John, the only survivor of the War of 1812
The bloody murder of mafia boss John Cammilleri
Lots of suspense and surprises along the way
In addition to some colorful comments, cyclists will also be delighted with some original songs.
“Every town has a ghost tour – but I don’t know of any exactly like this,” said Dan Regan, co-creator of Haunted Buffalo Ride. “Bringing these stories to life – it will be a really special event. “
Since arriving on the local tour scene, Buffalo Bike Tours has grown in leaps and bounds, to the point where it has become Buffalo’s # 1 Tour on TripAdvisor. Not only has it hosted 750 runners on tour, but it also planted a permanent flag at Canalside earlier this year.
“It has been a great season and far exceeded my expectations,” said Moscato. “We have a great cycling community – and the city has long been waiting for a bicycle tour operator. We are proud to promote biking in Buffalo and celebrate our city with cool community biking events like the Haunted Buffalo Ride.
Buffalo Bike Tours Presents The First Haunted Buffalo Ride
Saturday October 26, departure at 2 p.m., 2:30 p.m., 3 p.m. & 3:30 p.m.
Duration: The visit lasts 2 hours
How? ‘Or’ What: Reservations required, online booking
Cost: Bring your own bike $ 25, with bike rental $ 40
Meets: Buffalo Niagara Inn, 667 Main Street
Ends: Gypsy Salon, 376 Grant Street
The Haunted Buffalo Ride will meet at the Buffalo Niagara Inn (667 Main Street) and run approximately 5 miles, ending at the Gypsy Parlor (376 Grant Street), where customers are invited to join in on food and an open bar, with part of the evening’s proceeds going to expand the company’s fleet of bikes with a focus on children’s and women’s bikes .
Limited tickets are available on the company’s website, buffalobiketours.com/hauntedbuffaloride, and bicycles are available for hire.