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…Find out more »
Take a spin before the weekends riding and racing activities. Come learn more about the SF Cycling Club on this weekly all inclusive social ride that ends at Rapha Cycle Club for great coffee. 17-20 miles, some hills, intermediate riders Free Ride DetailsFind out more »
Ready to try out your first SF2G ride? It’s a loosely organized and tightly knit group of cyclists in the Bay Area that commute from San Francisco down the Peninsula to Mountain View, Palo Alto, Sunnyvale, and all parts in-between. Want to make sure you get there in one piece and without getting lost? Join us for one of our weekly no-drop Friendly Frolic rides during Bike Month! These no-rider-left-behind rides are casual, take the Bayway route, about 15mph, but…Find out more »
Since the closure of the Schlage Lock factory, stakeholders and the City held a series of community meetings that culminated in the approval of the project in 2014. If you live in Visitacion Valley, Little Hollywood or ride to the Peninsula, join us at the Planning Department’s next community meeting to hear about where the project is heading this Saturday, May 30 at the Visitacion Valley Public Library, Community Room from 10:00AM to 1:30 PM. Light food will be available.Find out more »
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…Find out more »
Celebrate Bike to Worship by riding together from the Panhandle to congregations on and near Cathedral Hill. The family friendly ride is open to all and is part of the Bike to Worship celebration at First Unitarian Universalist Church & Center (1187 Franklin St). No RSVP needed. Meet at 9:45AM on the Panhandle path at Fell & Masonic.Find out more »
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