Gears and Gastronomy

6th May 2011 by

The much-loved Otesha Wild Food Cycles are back!

The Wild Food Cycle is taking place on the 4th of June from 10.30am to 2.30pm. Join us and you can expect a day in and out of the saddle learning, discovering and eating all the different shades and shapes of wild food that are on offer in London. The ride will end with a communal meal prepared from all the lovely wild food that has been collected throughout the day, and it will be guided by Ceri who runs the Invisible Food Project.

Last year’s wild food cycle

The ride will cost £10 which includes food and drink, with all proceeds going to Otesha and to the Invisible Food Project.

Participants should be comfortable riding on the road and need to bring a bike helmet. If you don’t have your own bike don’t worry – the meeting point is near a Boris bikes stand so you can use a blue bike from the cycle hire scheme instead.

If a Wild Food Cycle sounds like your kind of thing, email james@otesha.org.uk to book your place.

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