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August 2014

Meet the New Rapha Cycle Club SF Manager*

August 23 - 24
Rapha Cycle Club,
2198 Filbert St, San Francisco, CA United States
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Rapha are thrilled to announce that the Cycle Club San Francisco has a new manager. Charlie Cunningham will join Tessa Carter, café manager, and John Maniquis, assistant manager, to make the Club the only place to be for road riders and fans of cycle racing. If you’re in town this weekend, stop by and say hello to Charlie, join a ride, or hang out and watch the US Pro Challenge. On Saturday evening we will be hosting a Welcome Party…

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West of the West ride

August 16 @ 1:30 pm - 4:30 pm
Palace of the Legion of Honor,
100 34th Ave, San Francisco, CA 94121 United States
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San Francisco is the West’s West, but when was the last time you pedaled all the way out to the Pacific Plate? This ride will take a loping, loving look at the City’s western edge, stopping to explore curiosities and celebrities along the way, ruins and relics and remarkable riches. 2+ hour ride; have a big lunch beforehand, we’ll stop somewhere for a snack. Rain cancels rides, no RSVP required.  

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Bicycle Tour the Steeps of San Francisco

August 16 @ 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Broadway above Taylor,
Broadway St and Taylor St, San Francisco, CA 94133 United States
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Conquer your fear of steep grades! Cheer/laugh/cry or ride with SF Bicycle Coalition member-volunteer Sindy as she works her way though the list of the SF Steeps. Details & RSVP Here’s the official new list of SF Steeps. The group with start with #10 and work our way to #1.  The Steepest Streets In San Francisco 1. Bradford above Tompkins (41% grade) 2. Romolo between Vallejo and Fresno (37.5% grade) 3. Prentiss between Chapman and Powhattan (37% grade) 4. Nevada above Chapman (35%…

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Gals with Gears: Ride Alameda and Bay Farm Islands

August 16 @ 10:00 am - 1:00 pm
Fruitvale BART,
3401 E 12th St, Oakland, 94601
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Join the Gals for an enjoyable, easy-going ride in the town and shores of Alameda & Bay Farm Islands. We will begin and end at the Fruitvale BART station. There are mild inclines at the 2 bridges we cross and otherwise the route is flat. We’ll show you a route, provide tips for riding in the city, and have a relaxing ride. Guestimated time: 3 hours Level: A (<15 miles, mostly flat, both smooth and bumpy surfaces and a bit…

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(Canceled) Women Ride: Tiburon

August 9 @ 10:00 am - 2:00 pm
Golden Gate Bridge Pavilion (SF side),
Golden Gate Bridge Pavilion, San Francisco, CA 94129 United States
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Sorry for the inconvenience, this ride has been canceled. More Women Rides to come soon!

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Gals with Gears: San Francisco Waterfront – North (Level A ride)

August 5 @ 10:00 am - 1:00 pm
Plaza opposite the Ferry Building,
San Francisco Ferry Building, San Francisco, 94111

Join the Gals for an enjoyable, easy-going ride along Embarcadero from the Ferry Building to Crissy Field and back. Yes, that means riding over the Ft. Mason hill — but you can do it! We’ll show you a route, provide tips for riding in the city, and have a relaxing ride. And, if all goes well, you’ll get to try putting your bike on a MUNI bike rack. Gals with Gears are women over 50 and tired of being the…

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July 2014

ArtSpan Artist Mixer – Bike to Sketch*

July 31 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Pack your sketch book and ride your bike! Meet ArtSpan and fellow artists in front of the Conservatory of Flowers at Golden Gate Part for a bike/nature/figure drawing activity. After sketching, the whole crew is invited to meet at Velo Rouge Cafe to share drawings, food and beverages sold at the cafe. Be sure to bring warm clothing, your bike lock and bike lights!

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Let’s Practice Together

July 27 @ 10:30 am - 2:00 pm
McLaren Lodge (in front of large tree),
Fell St and Stanyan St (NW Corner), San Francisco, 94117
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New to biking? Come practice with Juli, alumna of the SF Bicycle Coalition Adult Learn How to Ride Class, & Cat. We’ll do an easy ride in Golden Gate Park’s car-free space, then ride a bit in traffic, and end with tasty treats in the Richmond District! No hills and experienced cyclists will be around to accompany us. Feel free to leave early if you’re not ready for street traffic. Put your bike on the bus or rent one close…

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Marin Headlands Art Ride

July 20 @ 12:00 pm - 4:00 pm
McLaren Lodge (on steps),
501 Stanyan Street at Fell, San Francisco, 94117
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Take a merry ride over the bridge to the Headlands Center for the Arts and drop in on their Summer Open House. Meet HCA’s Artists in Residence and Affiliate Artists in their studios, see and discuss current works-in-progress, and check out this very groovy scene nesting in the former Fort Barry site. The HCA Open House is free, but bring snack money and an appetite for aesthetic intrigue.  Contact Andy for more info. Free for SF Bicycle Coalition members (a $10 donation from non-members is appreciated); rain…

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Golden Gate Bike Adventure Time

July 20 @ 9:30 am - 1:30 pm
City Hall,
1 Dr Carlton B Goodlett Pl. Room 400, San Francisco, CA 94102 United States
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Come roll with Greenbelt Alliance, the San Francisco Bicycle Coalition, and the American Planning Association’s Young Planners Group on this 18-mile bike ride from San Francisco, across that pretty red bridge people always talk about, and through the southern Marin bayside corridor. Get educated about efforts on both sides of the Golden Gate Bridge to improve bike safety, past and current development proposals that threaten the Marin Headlands, and how tunnels and trains will transform commutes. This ride will be…

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