NOPA VELO’s Teddy R Returns to NOPA: The Dead Presidents Ride

"Relive the historic occasion of the only U.S. President to visit NOPA and then take a spin and give a nod to six other Chief Executives along our route into Golden Gate Park, through the Presidio, and over the Golden Gate Bridge. Two-hour ride with mild to moderate climbs; all levels welcome. Presidential attire encouraged.

Kids on own bike OK if with guardian. Drinks and lunch follow at Herbivore Restaurant, 531 Divisadero, between Hayes and Fell."

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NOPA VELO’s Patty Hearst/Presidio Ride

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"Join the first NOPA VELO monthly bike ride for 15 miles through Golden Gate Park and the Presidio with two moderate climbs. Visit NOPA site of Patty Hearst/Tania’s captivity and get Presidio update from Ranger Dale. Patty/Tania and park ranger attire encouraged. All level riders welcome."

NOPA VELO: The Monster Mash Halloween Ride

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From SFBC: Get your Spook and Ghoul on with NOPA VELO, the North Panhandle’s bike group for neighbors and friends. Scare the caffeine out of Mojo folks and spin out to find the forlorn maiden who haunts Stow Lake in Golden Gate Park. Riders will be Monster Mashing and Ghost Busting all over NOPA afterwards. […]

NOPA VELO’s Lions to Maidens World’s Fair Ride

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From SFBC: NOPA VELO’s first ride of the year kicks off with a celebration of World’s Fairs, from the 1894 Midwinter Exposition in Golden Gate Park (the lions) to the 1915 Panama Pacific International Exposition at the Palace of Fine Arts (the maidens). 90 minutes, one long climb, one swift descent. All level bikers welcome. […]

Today’s Headlines

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More Coverage of SFMTA Vote on Two-Year Budget Yesterday (Examiner, SF Gate) SFCTA Delays Vote on $7 Million Request from SFMTA (City Insider, Examiner) Board of Supes President David Chiu Talks SFMTA Reform (Bay Guardian) Geary BRT Planners Weigh Prioritizing Riders or Parking (Examiner) SFMTA Proposes New Traffic Safety Measure for Golden Gate at Masonic […]

This Week: Supes Take a Second Look at 8 Washington

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This week, the SF Board of Supervisors revisits the 8 Washington project, the SF Bike Party heads back to the 60’s, the SF Bike Coalition takes a survey ride on the parking-protected bike lanes in GG Park, and Sunday Streets hits NoPa, the Western Addition, and the Fillmore. Here are all the highlights from the Streetsblog […]

Today’s Headlines

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BART GM Dorothy Dugger’s Resignation Will Cost $1 Million (SF Gate, SF Examiner TransForm’s Joel Ramos Nominated by Mayor to SFMTA Board (City Insider) Ken Yeager: “Caltrain Can Maintain Service If Its Partners Help” (Mercury News) More Long-Term Funding Strategies for Caltrain Emerge (San Mateo Daily News) Radio Reporter Takes a Ride on the 376, […]