S hare the Road skipped last year's holiday light ride, but this year it is was in full swing for the six -mile trek through the Wolflin neighborhood.
R iders met outside of Get Fit and were on the road by 7 p.m. Since it was in the dark, a staged vehicle planned to follow riders the entire way.
T he group expected nearly 70 riders for this year's event.
Share the road asked all riders to wear reflective gear and helmets.
"T his is a way to celebrate the end of the year with friends that you want to ride next to and sing songs , just have a good time. " Share the Road President Kenneth Graham said. "S o we're looking forward to it. This is the second time we've done this ride."
S hare the Road also awarded prizes to the best decorated bike.