Oakland will become the latest city to temporarily liberate city streets from car traffic this weekend with its first ciclovia event. Oaklavia will open the streets from Uptown through Downtown and West Oakland to cyclists, walkers, skaters and strollers, artists and performers. Kids on their first tricycle will wander across the lanes in safety, games […]
Kick back at Sunday Streets on Valencia and 24th Streets this weekend for the third car-free event in the Mission this year. Here’s just a taste of all the activities available for kids: REI’s Block of Fun includes a climbing wall, disc golf, and a bike obstacle course. Kids just learning to ride a bike can sharpen […]
More than 275 people from 20 states and three countries came to the second annual Youth Bike Summit over the weekend of January 13. Organized by pioneering NYC community bike shop Recycle-A-Bicycle, the three day conference was a chance for young bike advocates to share strategies and draw inspiration from the keynote speakers, Congresswoman Nydia […]
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, most in-person events have been canceled. Here is a list of (mostly) online/webinar events this week.
A buffered, post-separated bike lane on John Muir Drive along Lake Merced was commandeered for car parking this weekend for attendees of a golf tournament. Staff from the “Champion’s Tour” Charles Schwab Cup Championship were directing drivers to treat the bike lane as an angled parking lane. Attendees and passersby using the bike lane for its […]
From SFBC: Two long-time members would like to invite you to come boogie with them at their 2nd Annual Tunes4Tubes SF Bicycle Coalition fundraiser party! Start your weekend early and check out 3 local bands — Cradle Duende, Brad Wolfe and Burnt Ends West Blues Collective. Win goodies ranging from messenger bags and bike locks […]