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New Belgium’s Tour de Fat 2016

Saturday, September 17, 2016 @ 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

$10

Tour de Fat’s bikes, costumes, music and philanthropy is back! The event kicks off with a costumed bicycle parade that winds through Golden Gate Park followed by musical acts Dr. Dog and Sister Sparrow, bike contests and even vaudeville acts. It’s part of a ten-city tour hosted by New Belgium Brewing and all of the money raised from beer sales goes directly to the SF Bicycle Coalition and the Bay Area Ridge Trail Council! Photos from 2015

VOLUNTEER
It takes nearly 200 SF Bicycle Coalition member-volunteers to help make this big event a success. Are you one of them? You should be! Volunteers help with every aspect of the event: raising tents, leading the parade, parking bikes, pouring beer and more. Get in on the fun and get free admission and a free drink token as a thank-you. Volunteer sign-ups are now closed. Please join us at the event!

Event Schedule
Special Guests Dr. Dog + Sister Sparrow & the Dirty Birds  and Esmé Patterson

10:00 am – Ride Registration
11:00 am – Bike Ride
12:00 pm – Fashion Showdown
12:30 pm – Esmé Patterson
1:30 pm – Slow Ride
1:50 pm – Sister Sparrow & the Dirty Birds
3:00 pm – The Bike is Right! Game show to win a 2016 New Belgium bike
3:40 pm – Car For Bike Trade
3:50 pm – Dr. Dog
5:00 pm – Adios Amigos! (curfew)

Le Tigre Tent:
12:00 – YoYo Show
12:30 – Dick Towers: Making Comedy Great Again
1:15 – The? Unicorn? Hour?
2:00 – Honeymoon Cabaret
2:30 – YoYo Show
3:00 – Dick Towers: Making Comedy Great Again
3:45 – Fantasy Quest LIVE!
4:30 – The Life & Times of Terry


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Details

Date:
Saturday, September 17, 2016
Time:
10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Cost:
$10
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Venue

Lindley Meadow, Golden Gate Park
San Francisco, CA

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