Flex your advocacy muscle and become a Bicycle Ambassador! Come to our last training before Bike to Work Day to get up to date on what's going on with the SF Bicycle Coalition and learn how to sign up new members. This training will prepare you to volunteer at Bike to Work Day, as well as at races, festivals, Service Stations and other events. Please note that you must be a current member of the SF Bicycle Coalition to become…Find out more »
If you've ever biked down Page Street, you know that the street could use some major improvements to make your riding experience more enjoyable. Your San Francisco Bicycle Coalition worked with the City and with members like you for the new green bike lane running from Laguna to Octavia, but that is only the beginning. Over the coming months, there are several ways for our members to continue this momentum as the City gets ready to plan for a long-term…Find out more »
Join us for the San Francisco Bicycle Coalition’s biggest volunteer night of the year and be part of the magic behind Bike to Work Day. We will stuff 6,000 reusable canvas shopping totes full of goodies. Enjoy good company, snacks and dinner on us. Please note: This event is not at the SF Bicycle Coalition office. Dress warm, as we will be in a garage. RSVP here.Find out more »
Assemblymember Phil Ting has partnered with Aptos Middle School for yet another fun-filled bike fair! Come learn about bike safety and safe routes to school and learn about current laws that affect you and the community.Find out more »
Join Supervisor Mark Farrell and the San Francisco Shared Schoolyard Project at E.R. Taylor Elementary School on Saturday, May 7, from 11 am to 1 pm for an exciting kick-off event marking the grand re-opening of the schoolyard. The event will include activities for the whole neighborhood, free lunch, and a ribbon cutting ceremony.Find out more »
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