Get Your Santa On & Your Bike Ready for Santacon 2: 12/20 at 12:30

It was a rainy Santacon today in LA but judging from tweets from SF Santa and LA Santa a good time just the same (see tweetpics like this one or http://twitpic.com/ta1qj of elves in Pershing Square LA for evidence!)

Can’t tell how many Midnight Ridazz or other cyclists joined in today’s fun after recovering from last night’s All City Toy Ride, but I’m sure some folks braved more rain–those with fenders on their bikes anyway!

I’m praying for fair weather for next Sunday when Bob Dylan’s latest cd Christmas in the Heart will be the soundtrack for the Ventucky Santacon 12/20 starting at 12:30pm from the San Jon Barranca and the beach bike path. Need a place to park? There’s a lot right there or at the top of San Jon Road in the City of Ventura parking lot (go to the east end by Chrisman) or use the pay lot at the end of California Street.

We Ventucky Santas will roll on our bicycles along the bike path through the State Beach Park and Pierpont to the Ventura Harbor where we’ll be jolly, sing carols, ride the carousel, and all that (bring your songbook and some cash!) From there, we’ll take the beach bike path all the way to downtown for more Santacon cacophonous fun! HINT: do you know how to polka? This might be a good time to learn!

Here’s how to make a costume, download carols, and in general prepare for a Santacon. Find a Santa Con near you here.

Get a Santa suit together by next Sunday 12/20 at 12:30! Reindeer, elves and polar bears are welcome. We’re also hip to 350 action groups and Copenhagen Save Santa activists provided they’re wearing their red “Save Santa” or “Save the North Pole” t-shirts.

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