RIDE350 Fundraiser for SFBC

"RIDE350 is having a shopping party at Sports Basement where everyone receives 15% off all store items, and Sports Basement will donate 5% of your purchase to the SFBC. Free food and drink provided. RIDE350 is a group riding bicycles 350 miles from Arcata to San Francisco this October in an effort to raise awareness about issues connected to climate change."

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Sports Basement Bike Swap to Benefit the SFBC

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"Buy, sell & trade new and used bikes, parts,gear, equipment, clothing and any thing bicycle related. The San Francisco Bicycle Coalition will be on hand with resources for biking in San Francisco and to tell you about our work to make San Francisco a city where anyone from 8 to 80 can safely ride a […]

SAFE Bikes Theft Prevention Workshop

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From SFBC: Attend the SAFE Bikes Theft Prevention Workshop to learn about the SAFE Bikes program, SFPD Investigations, bike safety on the roads, how to properly lock your bike in buildings and on the streets and essential gear for riding. Learn more bike theft prevention tips andregister your bike at www.safebikes.org The first 10 attendees […]

Panel Asks: How do We Get More Diversity in Bike Advocacy?

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Yesterday evening, the San Francisco Bicycle Coalition (SFBC) held a discussion about diversity as part of its “Bike Talks” series at the Sports Basement Grotto on Bryant Street. Janice Li, Advocacy Director for SFBC, moderated a panel comprised of Lateefah Simon, President of the Akonadi Foundation, Tamika Butler, Executive Director of the Los Angeles County […]

Festival de Bicicletas

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From SFBC: Join the SF Bicycle Coalition, YBIKE and Sports Basement for an English and Spanish bilingual Bicycle Festival! We’ll be teaching people of all ages to ride, setting up a bicycle skill building course, opening up our “Safetyville” city for bikes and walkers, and Sports Basement Bicycle Doctors will provide free bicycle check-ups and […]

Transit and Your Health

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From SFBC: How do your transit choices impact your health? Come out and hear about the health benefits of Transit Oriented Development as well as tips for taking advantage of the 325 miles of completed Bay Trail and ideas for car-free Bay Area adventures. Special thanks to Sports Basement for hosting the event and providing refreshments […]