"In honor of SF Bike Week Disposable Film Festival presents an outdoor bike-in movie screening in partnership with Good Hotel and Globe Bikes featuring and encore presentation of our 2010 Competitive Shorts. This program sold out two screenings at the Roxie during the premiere a few months back, so don’t miss it!"
From SFBC: The number of women bicycling in San Francisco is on the rise, but women still make up less than ⅓ of the number of people biking on the streets. Are you one of the women on the road? Do you want to be? Join us for an evening of short films, snacks and […]
From SFBC: Join us for a meeting to learn how the SF Bicycle Coalition is reaching its annual goals for promoting bicycling and share your feedback with the staff and board. We want to hear from you about how we’re doing and what we should be focusing on in 2013. Bring your bikes up the […]
I like to say that the best career move I ever made was joining a Critical Mass ride and striking up a conversation with a fellow rider about the Streetsblog sticker on his helmet. That rider happened to be Bryan Goebel, Streetsblog SF’s first editor, who would later offer me the opportunity of a lifetime. After five years of living the […]
From SF Bike Party: San Francisco Bike Party #19: London Calling: Punk Rock Olympics Lookbook Please join us for a celebration of summer time, achievement in sport and ALL THINGS PUNK! Meet on Friday, July 6th, 7:30pm at The James A. Garfield Statue in Golden Gate Park. We roll at 8:00! Route TBA. Pick a punk […]
From SFBC: SF Bicycle Coalition member Greg Rodgers and Operations Director Frank Chan’s 17th Street Plaza premieres at the 33rd Mill Valley Film Festival in the 5@5: Gimme Some Truth documentary shorts program. This slightly experimental short combines still images and video footage of the first few weeks of the plaza’s use. Check out their […]