On Thursday, Jan. 18, join the Marin Museum of Bicycling for an evening of exploring local wildlife! If you ride or hike on Mt Tam, you may have noticed motion-activated wildlife cameras, and wondered who put them there and how the information is used. Meet Janet Klein (MMWD) Lisette Arellano (One Tam) and Gina Farr (Project Coyote) and find out! These three presenters will share updates about One Tam's work to study and support wildlife, insights from the Wildlife Camera…Find out more »
The Girls Riding Club crew is ringing in the New Year with a fresh adventure! We'll wind our way through the Presidio following a trail of clues, puzzles, games, crafts, and even a mad lib (or two!). As usual, we'll provide bikes (and helmets, if needed) for all of our riders. Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org by Wednesday, Jan. 17. Girls Riding Club (GRC) started in 2015 to get more girls* riding and exploring the great world of bikes. It's a…Find out more »
Safe Routes to School presents a YBike Learn-to-Ride event at the Sunnyside Elementary School Shared Schoolyard Kickoff Celebration. YBike introduces bicycling to elementary school aged youth in a fun, safe and structured way. Children practice bike handling and balance skills at their own pace. With a goal of helping every child master the skill of riding a bicycle, YBike instructors help new riders and their parents work based on each child's ability. YBike will also help children with some biking ability improve their skills, by practicing…Find out more »
Front seat, back seat, tag-along or family bike? A family bike is a great option to take smaller children to school–before you bike to work–and for errands or any bike trip where your child is not ready to ride on their own. You can even load your child's bike along with your young passenger and head for a playground or car-free path. Talk to our Family Biking experts about biking with your baby or child, and see family biking equipment options…Find out more »
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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.