Presidio Parkway Bike Ride & Party

"Transformation of the Presidio waterfront is in progress! Grab your bike and join the Presidio Parkway project team to ride the construction area, learn about the best bike routes during construction and get a sneak peak at the future trail network! What’s more, you can refuel at the after-ride party, hosted by Sports Basement.

REMINDER – Lincoln Boulevard will be closed in front of the National Cemetery (between McDowell Avenue and Montgomery Street) from mid/late May 2010-Late 2011 (see details here)."

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