SFBC Love Your Lanes Neighborhood Ride: Excelsior, Ingleside, Balboa Park

From SFBC:

Love Your Lanes Bike Ride – District 11 (Excelsior, Ingleside, Balboa Park)

Join the SF Bicycle Coalition for a District 11 Love Your Lanes neighborhood bike ride and mingle. We are putting together a survey bike ride through the Excelsior, Ingleside, and Balboa Park neighborhood and want you to join. You can help us evaluate how effective recent improvements have been and identify what work we still need to do.

As the people who ride these streets everyday, you know them best. We know you have ideas about what would make your commute better, so let’s hit the streets together and talk about these areas. And we’ll raise a glass at the end to working together to make our city a terrific place to live, work and bike. See sfbike.org/connectingthecity for more information and to RSVP. This ride is open to current SF Bicycle Coalition members.

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