SFBC Startup Bike – February Rec Ride

 

Crowdtilt is all about enabling group funding. And for the February Startup Bike SF ride they are all about enabling group funning! We’ll do a 1 & 1/2 hour ride to the Crowdtilt offices. There we will find beer, snacks and a Crowdtilt all comers challenge to flip cup. “Work hard, play hard” is how we are going to roll in February. Event details

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Geared 4 Kids: Family Bike Ride

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From EBBC: Get GEARED UP! Helmets! Bikes! Bells! This month’s Geared 4 Kids route will be flat and 4.5 miles long. The route will take us through some Oakland neighborhoods with a snack break at Mosswood Park. And, of course, we’ll have music to pedal to! Helmets required for kids. Be sure to pack snacks, […]

Startup Bike: SF January Ride

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From meetup.com: January Ride! We are going to kick off the New Year with Goodreads. Goodreads is the worlds largest social catalog for book recommendations! We’ll do a 1 & 1/2 hour ride through China Basin and the Mission. Our post ride social will be at Zeitgeist SF with a couple rounds of free beer! Bring bike […]

San Francisco Bike Party Pride (In The Name Of Love) Ride

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From SF Bike Party: Route: http://tinyurl.com/3wyyfbf June is almost here, San Francisco!  What kind of ride would we be if we didn’t show our PRIDE!?  Come on out and be with the Party as we show you all of the great things this proud City has to offer- architecture, people, history, hills, amazing views, the fabulous […]

SF Bike Party: Love Your Bike

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During this annoying romantic season, we have to confess, we love our bicycles!  Who needs a date when you have a bicycle to ride? For February we are asking you to show your bike love. Your bike is your date! Our next ride will take place Friday, February 4.  Meet up at 7:30 and roll […]
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A Different Ride of Silence: Rich City RIDES

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Last Thursday, May 18, was the day of the International Ride of Silence. In many cities—26 Californian cities, according to the California Bicycle Coalition—bike riders gathered to commemorate bicyclists and pedestrians who have died in traffic crashes. San Francisco was one such city. So was Richmond. But that city’s Ride of Silence was about a […]