SFBC Bike Buddy Route Ride: Upper Market to CalTrain, Potrero & the Dogpatch

"Every month, the SFBC Bike Buddies hit the street to acquaint new riders with common or challenging bike commute routes in San Francisco with a Route Ride. In October, learn the best routes from upper Market Street to SOMA, Potrero Hill and the Dogpatch, highlighting the 17th Street Corridor; new riders are encouraged, especially commuters seeking a great route to CalTrain. Heavy rain cancels."

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