World AIDS Day Ride

"Positive Pedalers is proud to facilitate San Francisco’s 3rd Annual World AIDS Day Ride to bring awareness to this pandemic and how it still affects millions of people throughout the world."

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San Francisco World AIDS Day Ride

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From ToFightHIV.org: The Positive Pedalers is proud to again sponsor San Francisco’s World AIDS Day Ride.  This year’s ride is to be held on Sunday, November 28 (World AIDS Day is Wednesday, December 1).  This is a milestone year: 30 years of AIDS. Everyone is heartily welcome, and we hope for a large turnout.  Please […]

This Week in Livable Streets Events

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It’s a quiet holiday week on the Livable Streets Events calendar, but be sure to check out the Muni safety hearing today and the World AIDS Day Ride on Sunday if you’re in town. We’ll be posting today, but plan on taking the rest of the week off. Have a happy Thanksgiving! Monday: Board of […]

This Week in Livable Streets Events

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This week, the Better Streets Plan comes before the Board of Supervisors, new East Bay cyclists get another chance to learn skills for commuting and a bike tour of San Francisco commemorates World AIDS Day. Here are the highlights from the Streetsblog calendar: Tuesday: The Board of Supervisors will consider amendments to the Better Streets Plan to […]

A Lost Decade for San Francisco’s Critical Mass?

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Critical Mass rolls down Lombard Street, July 2007. Photo by Chris Carlsson Well, no. We’ve had a great run in the 2000s. Averaging between 750 and 3000 riders on any given month, the birthplace of Critical Mass keeps going strong, in spite of the total lack of promotion or organizing during this past decade. But […]

AIDS/LifeCycle 9 Ride

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"AIDS/LifeCycle is a seven-day bike ride from San Francisco to Los Angeles through some of California’s most scenic countryside. The world’s largest annual HIV/AIDS fundraiser, the event is co-produced by the SF AIDS Foundation and L.A. Gay & Lesbian Center to support HIV/AIDS services at both organizations."