SFBC E-Bike ride and Glide

 

Free public workshop co-sponsored with City College of San Francisco and SF Environment to experience and learn the benefits, variety, and features of Electric Bicycles. These sell by the millions annually in Europe and Asia, but remain little-known in the United States. A variety of technologies and features have increased capabilities while lowering costs in recent years.

There will be 45 minutes of presentation on the alternative types of models and technologies, identifying their relative benefits and drawbacks. 2 1/4 hours for trial rides. To register and ensure an opportunity to try-out some of the bikes, contact: Marvin Manzo at 550-4439 or MManzo AT ccsf.edu

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