Women of WOBO Ride – Tea & Cookies!

The next Women of WOBO (WOW) ride is a Tea & Cookies Ride – Sunday, December 6th. Bring your favorite teabag, a cup and some cookies to share as we create a mobile tea party! We’ll provide hot water for steeping at Diamond Park – approximately halfway between Rockridge and Fruitvale. The ride will follow established bike routes through the foothills, winding along backstreets between North Oakland and Fruitvale. Any and all female-identified people are invited to participate. 

Starts at Rockridge BART station (by the bike racks), ends at Fruitvale BART station. Traveling via Piedmont Hills bike route. Approximately 9 miles with one significant hill at the beginning.

Route map (subject to change): www.tinyurl.com/WOBORide09-12-06.

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