Sages, Saints, and Spirits AIA Guided Bike Tour

"Join AIA SF for a guided architectural bike tour of San Francisco’s
sacred and worship spaces. The tour will focus on notable structures
which house daily rituals and special life events. Looking at both
historic and modern places of worship, you will be able to see works by
Lewis Hobart, Julia Morgan, Stanley Saitowitz and more.

Total tour time is four hours. Round trip, the ride will cover about 14
miles, including hilly terrain. Riders must provide their own bicycle
(low gearing recommended), lock, and sufficient water. Riders should
wear comfortable clothing with layers and a helmet. Riders will be
provided with a route map. The tour will stop for a snack. Please bring
your own snack or cash for purchase."

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