Breakaway from Cancer fundraising bike ride

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This Week: Restoring Caltrain Service and SFTRU Fundraiser

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This week, Caltrain fields input on plans to restore service, the SF Transit Riders Union holds a fundraising party, and Sunday Streets opens Valencia and 24th Streets once again. Also, don’t miss a talk next Monday with Gil Peñalosa, who helped pioneer the Sunday Streets-inspiring Ciclovia in Bogotá, Colombia. Here are all the highlights from the Streetsblog […]

SFBC: Ride & Lunch With Gary Fisher

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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 […]
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This Week: Bike to Baseball, Walk to Work, Main Street

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Here are this week’s highlights from the Streetsblog calendar: Tuesday Bike to the Park Night. The Giants, in conjunction with the San Francisco Bicycle Coalition, are holding a special, pre-game fundraising event before Tuesday’s game against San Diego to raise money for community bike builds. Tuesday, April 9, 4:30-6:30 p.m., Seals Plaza, Oracle Park, 24 Willie […]

Oakland Pancake Breakfast
 and City Council press event

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From EBBC: Join the Oakland City Council as they ride into work and celebrate Bike to Work Day with thousands of cyclists in downtown Oakland.
 The event will feature: a pancake breakfast, valet bicycle parking, bike safety checks, free goodies, a raffle, and rides to work with Oakland Council members and staff. City of Oakland […]

Ride Your Bike and Watch the Bay Lights Grand Ceremony

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From SF Bike Coalition: Visible along the Embarcadero and across SF Ride your bike to watch the official lighting of The Bay Lights! The iconic light sculpture is designed by internationally renowned artist Leo Villareal and this stunning fine arts experience will shine from dusk to midnight for two years on the westspan of the San […]