Fantasy Fest’s Zombie Bicycle Parade

Hundreds and hundreds of bicyclists took to the streets of Key West, painted and dressed like zombies for a special Fantasy Fest parade. With bikes in monster mode, participants rode over three miles along the southernmost beaches to Duval Street -- in search of brains, of course.

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A portion of about 500 participants ride their bicycles in the Zombie Ride Sunday, Oct. 23 , 2011, in Key West, Fla. Scheduled through Sunday, Oct. 30, Key West is staging its annual Fantasy Fest costuming and masking festival that is to be highlighted by the Saturday, Oct. 29, Fantasy Fest parade down Duval Street, the island city's main drag. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY (Rob O'Neal/Florida Keys News Bureau/HO)
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keysdivingphotos.com
Hundreds and hundreds of bicyclists took to the streets of Key West, painted and dressed like zombies for a special Fantasy Fest parade. With bikes in monster mode, participants rode over three miles along the southernmost beaches to Duval Street -- in search of brains, of course.
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Rob O’Neal/Florida Keys News Bureau
Hundreds and hundreds of bicyclists took to the streets of Key West, painted and dressed like zombies for a special Fantasy Fest parade. With bikes in monster mode, participants rode over three miles along the southernmost beaches to Duval Street -- in search of brains, of course.
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keysdivingphotos.com
Hundreds and hundreds of bicyclists took to the streets of Key West, painted and dressed like zombies for a special Fantasy Fest parade. With bikes in monster mode, participants rode over three miles along the southernmost beaches to Duval Street -- in search of brains, of course.
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keysdivingphotos.com
Hundreds and hundreds of bicyclists took to the streets of Key West, painted and dressed like zombies for a special Fantasy Fest parade. With bikes in monster mode, participants rode over three miles along the southernmost beaches to Duval Street -- in search of brains, of course.
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keysdivingphotos.com
Hundreds and hundreds of bicyclists took to the streets of Key West, painted and dressed like zombies for a special Fantasy Fest parade. With bikes in monster mode, participants rode over three miles along the southernmost beaches to Duval Street -- in search of brains, of course.
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keysdivingphotos.com
Hundreds and hundreds of bicyclists took to the streets of Key West, painted and dressed like zombies for a special Fantasy Fest parade. With bikes in monster mode, participants rode over three miles along the southernmost beaches to Duval Street -- in search of brains, of course.
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keysdivingphotos.com
Hundreds and hundreds of bicyclists took to the streets of Key West, painted and dressed like zombies for a special Fantasy Fest parade. With bikes in monster mode, participants rode over three miles along the southernmost beaches to Duval Street -- in search of brains, of course.
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keysdivingphotos.com
Hundreds and hundreds of bicyclists took to the streets of Key West, painted and dressed like zombies for a special Fantasy Fest parade. With bikes in monster mode, participants rode over three miles along the southernmost beaches to Duval Street -- in search of brains, of course.
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keysdivingphotos.com
Hundreds and hundreds of bicyclists took to the streets of Key West, painted and dressed like zombies for a special Fantasy Fest parade. With bikes in monster mode, participants rode over three miles along the southernmost beaches to Duval Street -- in search of brains, of course.
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Rob O’Neal/Florida Keys News Bureau
Hundreds and hundreds of bicyclists took to the streets of Key West, painted and dressed like zombies for a special Fantasy Fest parade. With bikes in monster mode, participants rode over three miles along the southernmost beaches to Duval Street -- in search of brains, of course.
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Hundreds and hundreds of bicyclists took to the streets of Key West, painted and dressed like zombies for a special Fantasy Fest parade. With bikes in monster mode, participants rode over three miles along the southernmost beaches to Duval Street -- in search of brains, of course.
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