Wiggle to the Market

"Bring your bike and a helmet and receive reusable bags, coupons for free produce and frequent biker cards. The group will then ride the Wiggle to the Upper Haight Farmers’ Market to redeem coupons, shop and enter a raffle."

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From Thinkwalks: You thought you knew the Wiggle. There’s more to know! Yes, true, it was named the Wiggle due to the zigzag of bike route #30 through the neighborhood and avoiding hills. But how about the dunes? What of Martin Luther King? We’ll explore the ‘hood from this, that and askew angles: geology, activism history, water, native tribes, etc. There […]