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May 2016

Bike to Work Day

May 12 @ 6:30 am - 7:00 pm
Bike to Work Day 2016

Together, local bicycle advocacy organizations from the nine Bay Area counties have teamed up to host the best bike day of the year, and we want you there! Whether you’re new to bike-commuting or a seasoned pro, here some ways to celebrate:  Volunteer to cheer on riders along bike routes across San Francisco Pedal to one of the 25 Energizer Stations providing free reusable bags, refreshments, giveaways, bicycling resources and more Meet other cyclists from your neighborhood on a morning ride downtown in a Commuter…

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Bike to Work Day Commuter Convoys

May 12 @ 7:30 am - 9:00 am

We love biking because we care about our city and its people. Share that joy with others by joining in a Commuter Convoy on Bike to Work Day this year! Your San Francisco Bicycle Coalition holds annual rides on the morning of Bike to Work Day from each of the Supervisor Districts to City Hall, where we hold our press conference in celebration of the biggest and best biking day of the year. Whether you’re a daily commuter or someone…

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Walk & Bike to Worship 2016

May 21 - May 29
Walk & Bike to Worship 2016

The San Francisco Bicycle Coalition, Walk San Francisco, San Francisco Interfaith Council and leaders from local congregations are partnering to create Walk & Bike to Worship Week from Saturday, May 21 to Sunday, May 29. Throughout the week various congregations will celebrate walking, biking and taking transit to their place of worship. Congregations may sign up and choose which day they wish to participate and promote to members of their organization. We invite and encourage all places of worship to participate. When you sign…

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