Well, well, well…absolutely amazed, nay stunned. Having been in Plaza de España, watched the entire start, photographed and/or videoed most of it and seen no number higher than the mid-1700’s, I was more than absolutely convinced that participation was well under that of last year, presumably due to the weather conditions. I almost fell off my perch when I read …
After the overnight rain and overcast skies this morning, it did not look good for the Day of the Bicycle, but it cleared up nicely and out came all the bikes. Cool in the shade but quite warm in the direct sunlight.
An overcast day but another record number of entries for the Dia del Pedal – Day of the Bicycle. Dia del Pedal photos.
Tuesday February 28th is the XXIV Dia del Pedal – Day of the Bicycle, coinciding with Andalucia Day.
Andalucia Day and Dia del Pedal (Day of the Bicycle), although the annual cycling event appears to have become the main focus of attention on this day of celebration. A very good turnout as usual.
Monday February 28th, Andalucia Day, will see the holding of the XXIII Dia del Pedal (Day of the Bicycle), starting and finishing at the Balcon de Europa.
Sunday April 11th is the XXVII Dia del Pedal (Day of the bicycle) in Torre del Mar. It starts at 12:00 from the Paseo de Larios and there will be various trophies awarded plus the raffling of some bicycles.
Vélez-Málaga will be celebrating its Dia del Pedal (Day of the Bicycle) on Sunday March 14th, Torre del Mar on April 11th and Almayate on May 23rd. There will be prizes for best costume, unusual bikes etc.