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May 2015

Bike to Shop Day San Francisco

May 23

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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Bike to Worship Week

May 24 - May 31

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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June 2015

Nametag Day*

June 6

Imagine this: for one day we all wear a nametag, proclaiming our openness to each other. Meet your fellow San Franciscans! Ever wanted to connect with the thousands of people riding past you? Each day brings opportunities to make new friends and share experiences. All too often, we forget to notice the people around us. Nametag Day aims to break this barrier with a bit of spontaneity and silliness, strengthening the human element of the urban experience. Get involved and meet the other…

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*Events not officially sponsored or organized by the SF Bicycle Coalition are marked with an asterisk. We post events that might be of interest to our SF area members; we do not necessarily endorse any particular group or perspective you may find represented here.

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