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FairFax Foray with David Baker

3:31 PM PDT on June 5, 2009

"Get out of town on a friendly free-wheeling bicycle adventure with the SFBC and local architect and SFBC board member David Baker. A perfect jaunt for those looking for their first "ambitious" bike ride. The ride will take us north across the Golden Gate Bridge to visit Fairfax during their annual Fairfax Festival. This 22-mile ride and takes just under three hours at a reasonable non-roadie pace. After indulging in music, beer, bbq oysters, roasted corn, tie-dye, and crafts under the redwoods, you may choose between two options for the return: either a short (40-minute) cycle over to the Larkspur Ferry, or for the more ambitious, a return 22-mile ride retracing our route."

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