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California Academy of Science

55 Music Concourse Dr
San Francisco, CA 94118 United States

Upcoming Events

March 2017

Come Together for an Unplugged Bike Ride

Saturday, March 4 @ 9:00 am - 1:00 pm

  Get off your phone and get on your bike. Reboot and the San Francisco Bicycle Coalition are using the National Day Of Unplugging on March 4, 2017, to bring diverse groups together for a symbolic ride of unity through interfaith landmarks around our beautiful city. The National Day of Unplugging, observed the first weekend of March, joins people around the world in carving out time to put down digital devices, unwind, relax, reflect, get outdoors and connect with each…

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SF to Pacifica Bike Ride for Beginner/Intermediate Riders (Out and Back)

Saturday, March 11 @ 10:00 am - 3:00 pm

Join us for an out and back ride to Pacifica targeted for beginner and intermediate riders (most will be riding hybrid bikes instead of road bikes). Please double check and make sure your bicycle is in good working order prior to the ride. The ride will have periodic┬ástops for riders to regroup. The 3:00pm end timing on this event listing is dependent upon the pace of riders. Meet in front of Cal Academy of Sciences at 10:00 am ~36 miles,…

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April 2017

City Streets Bike Ride

Saturday, April 22 @ 10:00 am - 1:00 pm

Get ready for Bike to Work Day on May 11th by riding on some of the most frequently biked streets in San Francisco. This is a relaxed-pace 5-10 mile ride intended for beginner and intermediate riders and no one will be left behind. You help shape the course of the ride! RSVP and tell us where you start and end your commute. We'll use this info to try to incorporate as many streets that you may bike for your commute…

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