SVBC Car Free Happy Hour

"Save a spot on your calendar and join us for a Car Free Happy Hour. Come see what your fellow riders look like without their helmets.

The second Happy Hour event will again take place at The Old Wagon Saloon and Grill in San Pedro Square. The Old Wagon Saloon with its wide open patio is a great space for cyclists to meet and greet outside during these warm summer months. Located close to San Jose’s Diridon station, it is easily accessible by Caltrain, Ace Train, and VTA light rail."

  • It might be just a bit too hard to get down there, but I do enjoy the fact that it is right across the street from a huge parking structure.

    Being Car Free in SV, ROCK ON!

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San Mateo County Car-Free Happy Hour

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From SVBC: Come join us for the new year’s first Car Free Happy Hour at O’Neills Pub in San Mateo. Share food and drink with other Silicon Valley Bicycle Coalition members. The pub is located just a few steps from the downtown San Mateo County Caltrain Station.

Santa Clara County Car Free Happy Hour

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From SVBC: Come join us for the new year’s first Car Free Happy Hour at Trials Pub in downtown San José. Share food and drink with other Silicon Valley Bicycle Coalition members. The pub is located three blocks north of Santa Clara Street on North First Street.

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