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April 2015
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Freedom From Training Wheels at Sunday Streets

April 12 @ 11:00 am - 2:30 pm
Sunday Streets Bayview/Dogpatch,
3rd and Cargo Way, San Francisco, 94124
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Freedom from Training Wheels is a great way to get kids riding without training wheels. Bring your child’s bike and helmet if you have them. If not, we have a few balance bikes for kids aged 2-5. We will be at this and every Sunday Streets, so we hope to see you there! If you want to start practicing at home, here is our Parent Tip sheet with step-by-step instructions.

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Test Ride a Family Bike at Sunday Streets

April 12 @ 11:00 am - 2:30 pm

Front seat, back seat, tag-along or family bike? Talk to our Family Biking experts about biking with your baby, toddler or child, and see equipment options up close at Sunday Streets. Want to start riding with your kids?  Test ride a family bike and see what works for your family.  Children welcome!

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Learn To Ride: Bike & Roll To School Week Kickoff

April 12 @ 11:00 am - 3:00 pm
Sunday Streets Bayview/Dogpatch,
3rd and Cargo Way, San Francisco, 94124
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Get ready for Bike & Roll to School Week (April 20-24)! Sunday Streets is a great place to practice. Learn to ride your bike, or improve your skills, with YBike’s awesome instructors! They’ll provide bikes and equipment- you just bring your game face (ideally a big, toothy grin) and a little determination. All ages welcome! FREE. Sponsored by MTC-Spare the Air Youth. Find us at Galvaz  & Third Streets.    

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On Road With Your Family/Bike To School Fun Ride

April 12 @ 2:30 pm - 3:15 pm
Sunday Streets Bayview/Dogpatch,
3rd and Cargo Way, San Francisco, 94124
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Yes, you can bike to school! Learn the Rules of the Road and how to ride safely in the street with children. We’ll help you get ready for Bike & Roll To School Week April 20-24, and get comfortable biking for everyday transportation as a family. After a short safety session, we’ll ride together as a “bike train,” making some fun stops along the Sunday Streets route. Children must have basic biking ability. Parents, Family Bikes, child seats and babies on…

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FAMILY BIKING WORKSHOP: BIKING WITH BABIES (FROM PREGNANCY TO TODDLERS)

April 18 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 am
Natural Resources,
1367 Valencia St., San Francisco, CA 94110 United States
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You love to bike, and now you’re pregnant — or already a parent. Do you need to stop biking? How long can you bike while pregnant? When can you begin biking with your baby or toddler? Is it safe? What kind of seat should you get? Is your bike baby-or-toddler-ready? Register for this free class to learn the facts about biking while pregnant and with a baby and/or toddler, as well as tips and tricks for choosing gear, biking safely…

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On Road with Your Family/Bike To School Workshop

April 18 @ 1:30 pm - 2:15 pm
George Peabody Elementary School,
251 6th Avenue, San Francisco, 94118
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Yes, you can bike to school! Learn the Rules of the Road and how to ride safely in the street with children. We’ll help you get comfortable biking for everyday transportation as a family. After a short safety session, we’ll practice riding together as a “bike train.” Children must be accompanied by an adult and have basic biking ability. Family bikes, child seats and babies on board are also welcome. Event repeats 3-3:45PM. FREE

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May 2015
Free

Freedom From Training Wheels at Sunday Streets

May 10 @ 11:00 am - 2:30 pm
SUNDAY STREETS -MISSION,
San Francisco, CA United States
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Freedom from Training Wheels is a great way to get kids riding without training wheels. Bring your child’s bike and helmet if you have them. If not, we have a few balance bikes for kids aged 2-5. We will be at this and every Sunday Streets, so we hope to see you there! If you want to start practicing at home, here is our Parent Tip sheet with step-by-step instructions.

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Women Bike SF: Momma Meetup at Sunday Streets

May 10 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Happy Mothers Day! Stop by the SF Bicycle Coalition booth at Sunday Streets in the Mission for a special Momma Meetup. SF Bicycle Coalition staff and volunteers will be there to share the latest in family biking resources. We’ll have a couple family bikes there for you to test out, too. Stop by to mix and mingle with other mothers, swap family biking tips and celebrate your day — Mother’s Day!

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Test Ride a Family Bike

May 16 @ 11:30 am - 1:30 pm
Richmond District Public LIbrary/Milton Marks Branch,
351 9th Ave, San Francisco, CA 94118 United States
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Front seat, back seat, tag along or family bike? Touch and try a variety of Family Bikes at this “Bike Petting Zoo.” Talk to our family biking experts. Special emphasis on electric pedal-assist family bikes, the answer to San Francisco’s hills and the best reason yet to stay on your bike for school, work, and everyday transportation. Fun children’s activities will also be available. Co-sponsored by SF Public Library, Vie Bikes and The New Wheel Electric Bikes. FREE. (photo credit: Shane…

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June 2015
Free

Freedom From Training Wheels at Sunday Streets

June 14 @ 11:00 am - 2:30 pm
SUNDAY STREETS-GREAT HIGHWAY,
Ocean Beach, San Francisco, 94122
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Freedom from Training Wheels is a great way to get kids riding without training wheels. Bring your child’s bike and helmet if you have them. If not, we have a few balance bikes for kids aged 2-5. We will be at this and every Sunday Streets, so we hope to see you there! If you want to start practicing at home, here is our Parent Tip sheet with step-by-step instructions.

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