SFBC Rec Ride: Oakland Bike Tour

Join SFBC Member Lynne Howe on a bike ride to join one of the September Oakland Museum of California docent led bike rides. This month’s options are Downtown or Wetlands/Port. Each tour is an easy 5 miles and lasts 2-2.5 hours. Rides start at 10am at the museum, 1000 Oak Street, one block from Lake Merritt BART. Sf riders will take the 9:23 Dublin train to Lake Merritt.

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