AIDS/LifeCycle 9 Ride

"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."

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Tour de Castro

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"The Tour de Castro is a Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence race and fundraiser extravaganza benefiting the AIDS/LifeCycle 9 ride. Teams will race to several Upper Market/Castro neighborhood pit stops."

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 […]

This Week in Livable Streets Events

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This week is all about the weekend: check out four bike rides that will prepare you for the San Francisco Pride Parade and get you thinking about what happens to recycled materials. Here are the week’s highlights: Tuesday: SFMTA Board Meeting. The SFMTA Board is back after missing its last meeting due to lack of […]

East Bay Bike Party: Under the Sea Ride

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From East Bay Bike Party: April East Bay Bike Party: UNDER THE SEA RIDE Sometimes the bike lane seems too narrow, too confining. Well, you won’t have to worry about that on Second Friday, ’cause there’s plenty of room… UNDER THE SEA! Bike Party’s going coastal! OnFriday the 13th (oooooo, scary) we’ll roll out from El Cerrito del Norte […]

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 […]
EPA's map of air quality for the Bay Area today

Don’t Bike Until the Air Clears

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Government officials are warning people to avoid outdoor activities (see above map) due to particulates in the air. The media is full of reports and interviews with experts about the hazards of breathing the smoke. Many schools are closed. The San Francisco Bicycle Coalition has cancelled or postponed several outdoor events, including its pop-up outreach, […]