SFBC Treehouse Talk: Biking Book Club

"Interested in reading bike and transportation books and engaging in robust discussions with other friendly folks? Join this Treehouse Talk and official launch of our new book club. Come to the meeting with ideas for great books to read. We will meet and start a reading list of our favorite books like Traffic, the Parking Myth, and more, and select the next book to be discussed."

  • Edward Re

    Hi, could you please list out the full title and author for books like Traffic, the Parking Myth, and more? I’d love to read these.

  • I also hit up SFBC on Facebook to get a list of the books they are reading since I can’t make it tonight. I’d love to read what I can and then join in a later discussion.

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