"Are burning calf muscles something you just can’t get enough of? The Seven Hells of San Francisco are back! The ride will hit some favorite hills from previous years, including Twin Peaks and 21st Street, as well as take on a few new monsters. With breaks and a moderate pace, this 35-mile ride should take around 4 hours. Strong riders only, please. Granny gears highly recommended. We’ll make every reasonable effort to stay together as a group. Rest stops announced on day of the ride."
"Hey masochists, get those granny gears oiled up — Seven Hells is back with seven (and then some) of the City’s most devilish climbs. Be prepared for some very strenuous climbs and long flat rides: Twin Peaks, Mt. Davidson, Ocean Beach to Legion of Honor, Seacliff and GG Bridge, Divisadero, Nob Hill, 21st St. in […]
From SFBC: What is the sound of a calf muscle screaming? Find out on the 5th annual Seven Hells of San Francisco ride led by SF Bicycle Coalition member Dan Reider! It’s back with an even longer and hillier version of San Francisco’s favorite bike ride of champions. The ride will be broken into two […]
From SFBC: This year’s ride will revisit some favorite old monster climbs including Dalewood, 21st Street and Divisadero. Expect some surprising new nasties that will make it hard to keep two wheels on the ground. And yes, extra credits are back as well. With breaks and a moderate pace, this 30 mile ride should take […]
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This week, look at the city through the eyes of others. Begin by viewing growth through a European lens and end with a local approach to greening and sustainability. Here are the week’s highlights: Tuesday: SFMTA Pedestrian Safety Advisory Committee Meeting. Let the PSAC, the official public representative to the Board of Supervisors on pedestrian […]
Coming off a heady week in which San Francisco got its first bike lanes in years, there’s plenty more advocacy work to do: East Bay bus rapid transit and non-motorized access to the Bay Bridge are two of the big items. There’s also plenty of pure fun, with a holiday lights ride and a bicycle […]