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March 2015

Final Polk Streetscape Hearing at SFMTA Board of Directors

March 3 @ 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Polk Street is the North-South route in San Francisco for people biking, but is also notoriously dangerous. That’s why Polk Street is an essential part of Connecting the City, our vision for a network of safe and comfortable bikeways linking our city’s neighborhoods. This March 3, from 3pm, we have a chance to speak up at the SFMTA Board of Directors Meeting at City Hall and urge the SFMTA Directors to put approve a design that includes continuous protected bikeways from…

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SF Bicycle Coalition Phone Bank

March 3 @ 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm
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Every 14 days until March 18, 2015
SF Bicycle Coalition HQ,
833 Market Street, Floor 10, San Francisco, CA United States
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Join the volunteers who keep the SF Bicycle Coalition membership strong. No cold-calling, just calls to friendly lapsed members offering an easy way to renew. Plan to stay for the thank-you dinner afterward and get to know your fellow volunteers. Volunteer

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Basic Bike Maintenance Class @ Sports Basement Bryant*

March 3 @ 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm
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Every month on the first Tuesday until April 21, 2015
Sports Basement Bryant,
1590 Bryant St, San Francisco, CA United States
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Join Sports Basement’s full-service bike shop for a basic bike-adjustment clinic. The rock star mechanics will walk you through basic bike repairs and adjustments. Meets the first and third Tuesday of every month. Workshop Details

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SFMTA Open House for 30 Stockton*

March 4 @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Fort Mason Center, Room C260,
2 Marina Boulevard, San Francisco, CA 94123
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From SF Municipal Transportation Agency: Also at the open house we’ll share more information on the proposed bike lanes on Columbus Street between Washington and Broadway streets. If you attended our open house in January, you know we’re planning pedestrian safety and transit improvements along other portions of the 30 Stockton route, including North Point, Van Ness, Stockton and Columbus. These enhancements will complement proposed improvements on Chestnut Street, making for a more frequent and reliable trip across town, and…

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FREE

Pedaling Forward: SF Bicycle Coalition Member Celebration

March 4 @ 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm
DNA Lounge,
375 11th Street, San Francisco, CA 94103 United States
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Celebrate the start of a new era of bicycling in San Francisco! All SF Bicycle Coalition members are invited to a free welcome party for our new Executive Director, Noah Budnick. You’ll hear from Noah on stage in conversation with KQED’s Bryan Goebel and raise a glass with your fellow SF Bicycle Coalition members. Dance, mingle and meet Noah while celebrating our forward momentum and the important work to come. 6:30-7:30PM: DJs Sinned and Aaron Pope 7:30-8:00PM: Stage conversation with…

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Women Bike SF: Coffee Club

March 6 @ 8:00 am - 9:00 am
Velo Rouge Cafe,
798 Arguello Boulevard, San Francisco, CA United States
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Start your day right with a Women Bike SF Coffee Hour! Women Bike SF is a SF Bicycle Coalition program that aims to encourage and inspire more women to ride bikes with social events, rides and workshops. Once a month, an informal gathering of women bicyclists meet to talk bikes, share tips and caffeinate together. If you’re new to riding or interested but haven’t gotten rolling yet, you’re welcome too! Bring your ideas, questions and your friends!

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Transportation History Ride*

March 6 @ 10:00 am - 1:00 pm
McKinley Statue,
Baker & Fell in the Panhandle Park, San Francisco, CA

Golden Gate park is a canvass on which the city’s ambitions were sketched. San Francisco was the first major city on the coast. We’ll discover many firsts in the Park because it was where ideas were tested. The city’s history exactly matches the 160 years of transportation revolutions. We’ll see where a major railroad came right into the park, where the suspension bridge was first tried, where driver licenses were invented, why pedestrians were so feared, and we’ll even learn…

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Adult Learn to Ride

March 7 @ 10:00 am - 2:00 pm
Waller Street Learning Area,
Waller at Stanyan in Golden Gate Park), San Francisco, CA United States
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You’re never too old to learn to bicycle! Instructors will work one-on-one to teach the basics of balancing, starting, stopping and steering a bike, as well as proper helmet fit and adjustment. Most people learn to ride their bike while taking the class, but even if they don’t, they will leave with tips to continue teaching themselves to ride. First step will be balancing on your bicycle; instructors will remove the pedals and lower the seat enough so that you…

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Sunday Streets – Embarcadero

March 8 @ 11:00 am - 4:00 pm

The 2015 Sunday Streets Season will kick off along the Embarcadero! The streets will be packed with arts and crafts, dancing, music, and a slew of other free activities, including our Freedom From Training Wheels workshop. Sunday Streets on the Embarcadero is the annual season opener. It is one of the longest Sunday Streets routes, opening over three miles of streets along the waterfront for residents and visitors to enjoy. There are tons of activities all along this route, so…

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Family Bike Test Rides at Sunday Streets

March 8 @ 11:00 am - 2:00 pm

Front seat, back seat, tag-along, or family bike? Test ride a Family Bike! The electric pedal assist has made every hill conquerable! Talk to our Family Biking experts about biking with your baby, toddler, or child, and see equipment options up close at Sunday Streets

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