Climate Ride Meet and Greet

From SFBC:

Climate Ride is a 5 day, fully supported charity bike ride from Eureka, California to San Francisco to support bike advocacy, sustainable solutions and environmental causes. Last year, Climate Riders raised over $30,000 for the SF Bicycle Coalition! Meet past participants and learn more about Climate Ride and how they are supporting the SF Bicycle Coalition to make ours a world class biking city. Refreshments provided.

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