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May 2015

SF Cycling Club Coffee Ride

May 22 @ 6:00 am - 8:00 am
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Every week until June 1, 2015

Take a spin before the weekends riding and racing activities. Come learn more about the SF Cycling Club on this weekly all inclusive social ride that ends at Rapha Cycle Club for great coffee. 17-20 miles, some hills, intermediate riders Free Ride Details

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SF2G Friendly Friday Frolics*

May 22 @ 6:30 am - 9:45 am
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Every week until May 30, 2015
Ritual Coffee Roasters,
1026 Valencia Street, San Francisco, CA United States
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Ready to try out your first SF2G ride? It’s a loosely organized and tightly knit group of cyclists in the Bay Area that commute from San Francisco down the Peninsula to Mountain View, Palo Alto, Sunnyvale, and all parts in-between. Want to make sure you get there in one piece and without getting lost? Join us for one of our weekly no-drop Friendly Frolic rides during Bike Month! These no-rider-left-behind rides are casual, take the Bayway route, about 15mph, but…

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Women Bike SF: Coffee Club

May 22 @ 8:00 am - 9:00 am
Mission Creek Cafe,
968 Valencia St., San Francisco, CA 94110 United States
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Join us to swap Bike to Work Day 2015 stories and keep it rolling all year long. Did you get your friends to ride a bike across town for the first time? Ride a new route on a Commuter Convoy? Did you stop by one of our 25+ Energizer Stations and join or renew your membership, cheered on by fellow SF Bicycle Coalition members and volunteers? Every Bike to Work Day comes with a great story AND doesn’t end there! We’re…

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Bike to Shop Day San Francisco

May 23
Citywide,
Citywide, San Francisco, CA United States

Like Bike to Work Day, Bike to Shop Day is an annual program that encourages people to ride bicycles for everyday transportation! The Silicon Valley Bicycle Coalition and San Francisco Bicycle Coalition team up to expand the impact of this valuable one-day promotion. Support local merchants on Saturday, May 23rd for a day of special promotions, discounts, and schwag for people who shop by bike. We’ll also be giving away prizes for the best photos submitted over Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram with #biketoshop! Stay tuned…

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Women’s Cycling Clinic #2: Intermediate Skills Building*

May 23 @ 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
Sports Basement,
610 Old Mason Road, San Francisco, CA 94129 United States

New to Riding? New to Competition? The Early Bird Women’s Racing Team will be teaching a series of clinics for women and girls interested in cycling at any level. The 2nd clinic of this series will cover: – Bike handling skills-basic cornering, drafting, stopping, controlling bike in a crisis, and eating and drinking on the bike – Riding in close quarters in a group setting – Cornering at speed, solo and in a group – Key things to know if you…

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Bike to Playgrounds

May 23 @ 10:00 am - 12:30 pm
Koret Children’s Quarter Playground,
Golden Gate Park, San Francisco, CA 94117

Meet other families biking with little ones as we explore several playgrounds in and around Golden Gate Park. This ride is perfect for folks using trailers, tag alongs or bike seats for their babies and toddlers. Meeting location: Carousel at Koret Children’s Quarter Playground in Golden Gate Park Approximately five easy miles. If you can’t make the ride, check out this article to do it on your own. Event management for SF Bike Month: Bike to Playgrounds powered by Eventbrite

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Bike East Bay’s Session Fest*

May 23 @ 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Jack London Square,
2 Broadway,, Oakland, CA 94607
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A festival devoted to session beers (flavorful, craft beers 5.0% ABV or under) with dozens of craft breweries showcasing their sessionable offerings. Just one short ferry ride from San Francisco to enjoy live music, home brewing demonstrations and more! There’s no better way to end a bike ride than with a cool session beer. Drake’s Brewing Co. is throwing a festival at Jack London Square to celebrate the session beer, and breweries from all around the Bay Area are joining in…

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Bike to Worship Week

May 24 - May 31
Citywide,
Citywide, San Francisco, CA United States

Do you bike to church, mosque, temple, satsang, synagogue, or any other place of worship? As part of Bike Month in May, San Francisco Bicycle Coalition members are working in partnership with the San Francisco Interfaith Council and California Interfaith Power & Light to create a Bike to Worship Week from May 24 to 31, 2015. Throughout the week various congregations will celebrate biking to their place of worship. Congregations may sign up and choose which day they wish to participate and promote members…

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Bike to Record Stores

May 24 @ 11:00 am - 2:00 pm

Get your vinyl fix with SF Bicycle Coalition member and music industry veteran David Katznelson on this two-wheeled tour of San Francisco’s best record stores. RSVP required for location details. Online Ticketing for SF Bike Month: Bike to Record Stores powered by Eventbrite

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FORUM: Can Families Get Around in San Francisco?

May 26 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
SPUR Urban Center,
654 Mission Street 94105-4015 San Francisco, San Francisco, CA United States
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Join the San Francisco Bicycle Coalition and our friends at SPUR and the San Francisco Transit Riders Union to talk about the challenges of moving children and parents around San Francisco. Is San Francisco’s transportation working for children and families and does it provide for affordable, efficient transportation options? From navigating trips to schools to bringing strollers on buses to getting around on a family bike, there’s a lot to figure out. Join us for a discussion about the work…

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