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SFBC Treehouse Talk: Bike Touring 101By Abigail Shull |
"Have you ever wondered what it would be like to ride your bicycle across the country? Or even just use two wheels to go camping in Marin? If you’ve never toured before, you’ll be amazed at what the bicycle and its engine (you!) can accomplish. This workshop will go over the basics of bicycle touring […]
SFBC Treehouse Talk: Taming the Bike Commuter BeastBy Aaron Bialick |
From SFBC Come hear Timbuk2 CEO Mike Wallenfels talk about his 38-mile commute from Novato to San Francisco’s Mission District. Mike will share his secrets to bike commuting success that will get you off the fence and on your bike.
SFBC Treehouse Talk: Feed your inner competitive soul – try bike racing!By Valerie Carrasco |
"Cycling and Racing 101: learn about NorCal cycling! Join Marissa Axell, a category 2 cyclist and SF Bike Coalition membership committee member, for an introduction to the sport of cycling and the NorCal cycling community. She will share inside tips on how to start, how to improve, what skills are necessary, where to look for […]
SFBC Treehouse Talk: Bike Plan 2009 – the rest of the PlanBy Michael Rhodes |
"We’ve adopted the SF Bike Plan and approved dozens of near-term improvement projects for the Bike Network, hooray! But what’s in the rest of the Bike Plan? Bikes on Muni? Colored pavement for bike lanes? Physically separated bikeways? Bike boulevards? All this and many more actions and initiatives for better biking in San Francisco are […]
SFBC Treehouse Talk: Bikes and BARTBy Robert Prinz |
From SFBC: Learn about the history of bikes + BART, how BART plans to double the percent of trips to BART by bike by 2022 and what you can do to make the August pilot of lifting the bike blackout a big success! Dr. Shirley Johnson of the Bikes on Board group is our special […]
SFBC Treehouse Talk: Family Biking in SFBy Abigail Shull |
"Come and learn about the new SF Safe Routes to School Program with Program Coordinator Jason Serafino-Agar and share your thoughts and innovations on the topic of "What is it like to family bike in SF?" Children are welcome!"