Maker Faire — San Mateo County Expo

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Join the Rock the Bike crew and ride the
19 mile trek
en masse from Dolores Park in San Francisco to the Maker Faire at the San Mateo Fairgrounds. Free and secure Valet
Bicycle Parking will be provided by the Silicon Valley Bicycle Coalition, and riders can buy tickets at the valet for
just $15 (cash only), which is $10 off the door price! Good for the planet, and good for your wallet. You can even help power
the music at the Rock the Bike’s Pedal-Powered Stage at the Maker Faire by pedaling!

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