Practice what you learned in the Traffic Skills: Classroom. This on-bicycle class follows a comfortable progression onto city streets, beginning with a short review of the lessons from the classroom course. After a basic bike maintenance session, the class will practice bike maneuvering skills in a car-free practice area before riding on the streets in small, intimate groups led by instructors. You will gain experience riding alongside moving traffic in different traffic conditions, and apply the safe riding techniques practiced…Find out more »
Learn to ride your bike with YBike’s awesome instructors! They provide bikes and equipment- you just bring your game face (ideally a big, toothy grin) and a little determination. All ages welcome! map: http://goo.gl/maps/5mdcv Please check Facebook page for more info: facebook.com/YBikeSFFind out more »
For the week of May 4-8, the Iyengar Yoga Institute of San Francisco will offer a free yoga class to anyone who arrives by bicycle wearing a helmet. Proof of helmet required.Find out more »
A basic bike maintenance class for new riders. We will cover: how to pump up a tire, change a flat, change a tire, readjust brakes and other basic bike skills. For women or those who identify as women. Event management for SF Bike Month: Basic Bike Maintenance for Women powered by EventbriteFind out more »
NOTE: This meeting was previously scheduled for April 28 but has been re-scheduled to Tuesday, May 5. At this meeting the SFMTA will be soliciting feedback on a number of bicycle and pedestrian safety improvements along the Upper Market corridor. Come speak up in support of better bikeways on Upper Market (Octavia to Castro Streets)! With a clear need to improve safety on Upper Market Street, the SFMTA will explain how proposed engineering measures will directly respond to the existing…Find out more »
From SF Planning Department: Since our first public workshop on January 21st, the City has continued its outreach with a series of meetings with individual neighborhood groups, community service providers and business owners. Join us for our second workshop as we summarize all the community feedback we’ve received to date and explore the most cited priorities in greater detail. Add to the conversation by sharing which public amenities you think could best serve the community’s needs. The meeting will be…Find out more »
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