Do The Wiggle! Bike Party and Video Shoot

If you ride your bike in San Francisco, you probably know The Wiggle. And if you know The Wiggle, you LOVE The Wiggle. That’s just how it is.

Join the party to film a video for THE WIGGLE! We’ll start by filming a group shot at Duboce Park, then we’ll turn to the streets to capture what it’s like to ride The Wiggle with all of your closest friends.

We want all kinds of bikes to represent: cruisers, fixies, road bikes, party machines, double-deckers, triple-deckers, Trikeasauruses, pedicabs and whatever else you’ve got. Just ride on over, and bring as many friends as you can muster. Of course, this being a San Francisco bike party, if you want to dress in your bicycle best, we won’t stop you!

Do the Wiggle!

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