Hoaxes, pranks and practical jokes: that’s what this time of year is made of. Some say April Fools’ Day dates back to Viking times, when those crazy horn-heads would fashion whoopee cushions out of discarded sheep bladders. Others say it was invented by the French to ridicule any old stick-in-the-mud who didn’t know the country had switched to the Gregorian calendar. Whatever the truth may be, the tradition of playing tricks at the start of April is now well established, so you can expect plenty of twists and turns on this trial, brought to you by your happy-go-lucky half-minded hares: Hot Cockolate, Asstonguer and Lick It To Ride.
So come join us, up north of the 5th ring road for a super easy, well-laid trail that won’t be too long and is sure to offer up a beer stop whenever you happen to need one.You’d be a fool to miss it!