SFBC: Ride & Lunch With Gary Fisher

From SFBC:

Pedal with mountain bike legend Gary Fisher on this exclusive ride and dine event. Gary Fisher will be leading a small group of road-riders on a quickpaced ride before dining on an delectable meal at Greens Restaurant. Come rub elbows and hear stories from this local mountain bike pioneer while supporting the work of the San Francisco Bicycle Coalition.

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