Hundreds Cycle in Lawrence Hopewell Trail’s 5th Annual Full Moon Ride

Hundreds Cycle in Lawrence Hopewell Trail’s 5th Annual Full Moon Ride

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Check-in - Alan Hershey, Sreeni Nair, Eleanor Horne, Julie Blake (Photo credit: Jim Connolly)

Nearly four hundred riders rode in the Lawrence Hopewell Trail’s fifth annual Full Moon Ride, on Sunday, August 26.  The event featured a Mercer Meadows pond alight with floating lanterns, a ride through “Firefly Lane” with twinkling lights in the tree canopy, and live music, among other activities. The event was co-sponsored by the Mercer County Parks Commission.

Photo credit: Jim Connolly

“The 2018 Lawrence Hopewell Trail Full Moon Ride was magical. As the sun set, about 400 nightriders arrived at Mercer Meadows,” said LHT co-president, Becky Taylor. “Under the slowly emerging glow of the August full moon, the cyclists wended their way past ponds illuminated by lanterns, rode under a tree canopy with tiny, sparkling lights and cycled on through open meadows for their six-mile ride. It was so cool.”

For more information about the LHT and their events, please see lhtrail.org.

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