The San Francisco Bicycle Coalition is proud to dual endorse Mark Leno and Jane Kim for mayor in this year’s June elections. Read more about our endorsements here. Let's get Jane Kim elected as mayor! Join us for a no-host bar with appetizers provided, conveniently located near BART at woman-owned Bluestem Brasserie on Yerba Buena Lane. We know that you know a woman or two who needs to hear Jane's message. We're fired up, and looking to get women engaged who…Find out more »
Schools and families throughout San Francisco will celebrate Bike and Roll to School the full week of April 16-20! Join thousands of youth and adults at 100 schools who will ride in "bike trains", roll with parents and teachers, and use their own pedal power to get to pre-school, elementary, middle and high school. Join in with your bike, scooter, skateboard, wheelchair, stroller, or sneakers. Prizes, stickers and special drawings are all part of the fun. Bike & Roll to…Find out more »
Want to get more involved in your Lower Haight neighborhood? Have concerns about the proposed removal of a Ford GoBike station at Pierce and Haight? Come to the monthly community meeting for the Lower Haight Merchants & Neighbors Association (LoHaMNA) to talk with your neighbors and learn more. SF Bicycle Coalition's Advocacy Director Janice Li will be present to discuss the latest on bike share. You can RSVP at the Facebook page here.Find out more »
SF Bicycle Coalition and Safe Routes to School welcome ALL students and families in the Mission District to Parque Niños Unidos for the Bike & Roll to School kickoff celebration. Walk on over, bring your bike or scooter, hop off MUNI or park your car, then walk and roll to school together. See friends and neighbors and enjoy a healthy start to your day. Hosted by SF Bicycle Coalition, Buena Vista Horace Mann K-8 and open to all nearby public and…Find out more »
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