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SFBC Monthly Good Roads Ride – Smooth Ride edition

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"Join us for a slightly different Good Roads ride in December – we’re calling it the "Smooth Ride". We’ll take a look at some of the freshest pavement all over the City – with many spots the result of direct volunteer efforts and SFBC advocacy. We’ll still carry some spray chalk in case we find […]

SFBC Monthly Good Roads Ride

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From SFBC: The Good Roads Crew checks out the new Flex Seal paving treatment being applied to neighborhood streets. Help assess rideability for cyclists and get a good holiday spin along the Avenues and through the Fillmore and Japantown. Potholes to be marked all the way. First-timers always welcome (and get first chance with the […]

SFBC Monthly Good Roads Ride

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From SFBC: The Good Roads Crew thrives on civic action, and where better than the Civic Center along the upcoming Sunday Streets route? Help find and report potholes and cracks to keep everyone safe on the streets. Stops include the Tenderloin National Forest and Boedekker Park. First-timers always welcome (and they get first chance with […]

SFBC Monthly Good Roads Ride

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"Good Roads rides don’t get much better than this. Start out making sure the routes for Sunday Streets are smooth and safe, then ride on to celebrate the kick-off of Healthy Saturdays in Golden Gate Park with an SF Bicycle Coalition picnic. Join the Good Roads Crew for a vigorous ride armed with spray paint […]

SFBC Monthly Good Roads Ride

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From SFBC: The Good Roads crew will make our usual sweeps through through new neighborhoods to make your rides smoother and safer. Our goal is to mark every pothole, crack, and trench with spray paint and report it to 311 for rapid repair. We usually average 50 potholes in just two hours. Following our street […]

SFBC Monthly Good Roads Ride

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From SFBC: The Good Roads crew will make our usual sweeps through through new neighborhoods to make your rides smoother and safer. Our goal is to mark every pothole, crack, and trench with spray paint and report it to 311 for rapid repair. We usually average 50 potholes in just two hours. Following our street […]