Transportation History Bike Ride

"A ride through Golden Gate park, where use of bikes, trains, horses and cars reflect the social history of the city."

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Women’s History Ride

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From the SF Bicycle Coalition: Join us for our third annual Women’s History Ride, in honor of Women’s History Month. Come learn about trail-blazing women on bikes and the fascinating intersections between the history of the bicycle and the history of the suffrage movement. Join our Program Director Margaret on this women’s history-themed ride through […]

SFBC Rec Ride: Women’s History

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From SF Bike Coalition: March is women’s history month: Did you know that the bicycle played a role in the suffrage movement? It’s true! Join our Volunteer Coordinator Margaret on a women’s history-themed ride through San Francisco. This will be a fun, casual ride, and there’s a 99.7% chance we’ll all eat cupcakes at the […]

Do the Wiggle tour (bike ride)

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Celebrate the route bicyclists generally use to avoid hills–The Wiggle! A natural history of the Wiggle with plenty of social history thrown in. Ride up toward the Panhandle stopping to view the distant past, then come back down the wiggle through the recent century of bicycle culture.

Do the Wiggle tour (bike ride)

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Celebrate the route bicyclists generally use to avoid hills–The Wiggle! A natural history of the Wiggle with plenty of social history thrown in. Ride up toward the Panhandle stopping to view the distant past, then come back down the wiggle through the recent century of bicycle culture.

Pedaling the Presidio Ride

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From SFBC: Cycle through scenery and immerse yourself in history on this five-mile, moderate bike ride lead by SF Bicycle Coalition member and Ranger James Osborne. Helmet, bike and reservations required. Contact: 415-561-4323

Do the Wiggle tour (bike ride)

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Celebrate the route bicyclists use to avoid hills–the Wiggle! A natural history of the Wiggle with plenty of social history thrown in. Ride up toward the Panhandle stopping here and there to view the distant past, then come back down the Wiggle through the most recent century of bike culture.