SFBC Pavement to Parks Ride

"Join the San Francisco Great Streets Project as we check out the sites
of San Francisco’s newest public space movement. Starting at the City’s
first Pavement to Parks Site in the Castro, we’ll continue on to the
three sites soon to be reclaimed in Potrero, Southern Mission and the
Excelsior. All are welcome, will not be a strenuous ride. Heavy rain
cancels."

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Monthly Good Roads Ride – Castro

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"Starting at the City’s first Pavement to Parks Site, we’ll venture out on the rest of the neighborhood’s pavement. The Good Roads crew will sweep through the Castro to make your rides smoother and safer. Our goal is to mark every pothole, crack, and trench with spray paint and report them to 311 for rapid […]

Celebrate Smooth Pavement on JFK Drive

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"Come join the San Francisco Bicycle Coalition, Recreation and Parks General Manager Phil Ginsburg, and Department of Public Works Director Ed Reiskin for a fun ride through Golden Gate Park to celebrate the joys of riding on the newest and smoothest pavement on JFK Drive. The SF Bicycle Coalition’s Good Roads Campaign worked with the […]

This Week in Livable Streets Events

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As Livable Streets parties go, this week holds an embarrassment of riches, culminating with Streetsblog San Francisco’s very own celebration. Here’s a taste of what’s in store. Tuesday through Saturday: Bicycle Film Festival. The Bicycle Film Festival is back this year with concerts, parties, art shows, bike polo, and plenty of bike films, in both San […]

Bike Tour of SE Waterfront Green Spaces

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“Join Friends of the Urban Forest and Ellyn Shea on a tour of parks, natural areas and green spaces along the waterfront from Embarcadero to India Basin Shoreline Park, covering 5-6 miles of mainly flat terrain, mostly pavement, some trails. Ride ends at Heron’s Head Park.”

This Week in Livable Streets Events

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This week is all about getting out of the house and out of the car. Discover parklets in your neck of the woods and cruise to work on your bike for Gas-Free Friday. Then, get ready for the weekend as Sunday Streets rocks the Mission all over again. Here are this week’s highlights: Today: The […]