Thinkwalks Bike Ride: The Big Shift tour

"Before cars existed, Golden Gate Park was created as an escape from urban pressures. Instead, it turned into a test tube for the cultural shift from horses and coal gas balloons to bicycles and motor-carriages, from the spectacle of the "Gilded Age" robber barons to a literal refuge for refugees."

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Bike Kitchen: External Maintenance Class

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From SFBC: Three weeks of Sunday classes (March 3rd, 10th and 17th) covering installing and removing tubes and tires, installing brake and shift cables, adjusting brakes and gears, chain maintenance and truing wheels. Event details & Tickets

External Maintenance Class

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From SFBC: Over three weeks (Sept. 5, 12 & 19th) at the Bike Kitchen learn fixing a flat), installing brake and shift cables, adjusting brakes and gears, chain maintenance and truing wheels.For more information and to purchase tickets, visithttp://bksep2011external.eventbrite.com/

External Bicycle Maintenance Class

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From SFBC: Over three weeks learn installing and removing tubes and tires, installing brake and shift cables, adjusting brakes and gears, chain maintenance and truing wheels. Info and tickets:http://bkjun2011external.eventbrite.com

SPUR Forum: Learning From D.C.’s Transportation Innovations

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From SPUR: Image courtesy of Flickr user dsade From innovations in car and bike sharing to automated traffic enforcement to peak-period transit pricing, Washington, D.C., has been at the cutting edge of transportation policy. Come hear from one of the key players in this policy shift about the lessons we can learn from D.C. + Jonathon […]

SPUR Forum: The Future of the Workplace

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From SPUR: As companies shift to reduced work weeks and flex-work schedules, they may also reduce their overall real estate holdings. This trend is leading to dramatic changes in both the design and organization of the workplace. What are the implications for the solidarity of the workplace, and on innovation that results from interaction? How […]

The Future of the Workplace

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From SPUR: As companies shift to reduced work weeks and flex-work schedules, they may also reduce their overall real estate holdings. This trend is leading to dramatic changes in both the design and organization of the workplace. What are the implications for the solidarity of the workplace, and on innovation that results from interaction? How […]