"The Exploratorium and SF Bicycle Coalition are teaming up to show the science of biking. Join Exploratorium educator Ken Finn and Exploratorium writer Robin Marks as they lead an 8-10 mile excursion through the physiology of exercise. Dissect chicken legs to identify muscle groups, trace the path of blood flow through a pig’s heart, and take some measurements yourself as you challenge your body and take in some scenery on San Francisco’s up and down (and sometimes flat) streets."
From SFBC: As you prepare for your two-wheeled Bike to Work Day commute, get to know how your body powers the pedals on a pleasant ride through the Presidio. Investigate yourselves as a human machine, take a closer look at the muscles in a leg, and trace the path of a blood cell through the […]
Zachary Watson, a noted 29-year-old city data visualizer, remains hospitalized in critical condition after a driver fleeing police in a stolen minivan caused a two-car wreck Monday night. Watson was apparently walking with his bike or locking it up when the vehicles hurtled toward him. He is known for creating works like a map of private shuttles that connect San […]
"Partnering with ThinkSwiss, the Consulates General of Switzerland in San Francisco and Los Angeles have launched a Sustainable Transportation Road Show, traveling up and down the West Coast, asking how Swiss transportation solutions can inform the unique and dynamic transit landscape of the American West. Participants in this Exploratorium-hosted panel discussion include Timothy Papandreou of […]
From SFBC: Come up to the SF Bicycle Coalition offices for our annual member meeting. The night will kick off with a Treehouse Talk given by the SF Bicycle Coalition’s Andy Thornley and Jodie Medeiros and SF Municipal Transportation Agency’s Mike Sallaberry. They’ll share some of what they saw and learned in Copenhagen at Velo-City […]
From SFBC: Join the SF Bicycle Coalition and Women’s Transportation Seminar (WTS) for a ride along San Francisco’s waterfront! Ever wonder why some projects take so long while others seem to pop up out of nowhere? Want to better understand San Francisco’s bike infrastructure and unique design? Want to meet others who are interested or […]
From SF Bike Coalition: With the recent news of the delay to the Better Market Street Project and introduction of a new Mission Street concept, the SF Bicycle Coalition invites our members on a survey bike ride of Market Street and Mission Street. We will take a look at the options proposed for each of […]