SFBC Monthly Good Roads Ride

"Help rescue Nob Hill, Chinatown and the Financial District from hazardous cracks and potholes — all in one energetic, very bike-friendly morning. Join the Good Roads Crew as we spin through these iconic neighborhoods north of Market and south of Broadway. Our goal is to mark every pavement defect we see with spray paint and report them to 311. We usually average 50 potholes in just two hours. Following our heroic efforts, we’ll celebrate with lunch and drinks. First-timers always welcome; we’re a friendly group! Heavy rain cancels."

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SFBC Monthly Good Roads Ride

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From SFBC: The Good Roads crew will make our usual sweeps through through new neighborhoods to make your rides smoother and safer. Our goal is to mark every pothole, crack, and trench with spray paint and report it to 311 for rapid repair. We usually average 50 potholes in just two hours. Following our street […]

SFBC Monthly Good Roads Ride

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From SFBC: The Good Roads crew will make our usual sweeps through through new neighborhoods to make your rides smoother and safer. Our goal is to mark every pothole, crack, and trench with spray paint and report it to 311 for rapid repair. We usually average 50 potholes in just two hours. Following our street […]

SFBC Good Roads Ride

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From SFBC: The Good Roads crew will make our sweep through new neighborhoods to make your rides smoother and safer. Our goal is to mark every pothole, crack, and trench with spray paint and report it to 311 for rapid repair. We usually average 50 potholes in just two hours. Following our street action, we’ll […]

Ad Nauseam: Kentucky Fried Potholes

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Not so Good Frickin’ Chickin’ In casting around for a good April Fool’s Day joke, I found yesterday’s New York Times Lede blog report on the chicken frying corporation KFC doing some pothole repair in Louisville, complete with this photo of Colonel Sanders in a hardhat and construction bib.  I thought for sure the Times […]

SFBC Starts “Turn ‘Em In” Pothole Campaign

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Click image to enlarge: The first of four panels on the new "Turn ‘Em In" pothole campaign. Image: Jonas Madden-Connor and Francois Vigneault. New Panels will be unveiled each Tuesday in April. As any bicycle rider in San Francisco knows, the potholes on the streets can be vicious. Most of us probably get to know […]