SFBC Monthly Good Roads Ride

From SFBC:

The Good Roads Crew thrives on civic action, and where better than the Civic Center along the upcoming Sunday Streets route? Help find and report potholes and cracks to keep everyone safe on the streets. Stops include the Tenderloin National Forest and Boedekker Park. First-timers always welcome (and they get first chance with the paint). Drinks and lunch follow. Contact neal@sfbike.org for more info.

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"Find potholes and Turn ‘Em In no matter where they lurk. Join the Good Roads crew and help get more streets ready for Bike to Work Day. Ride will spin through the Civic Center, swoop down along Jefferson and Lafayette Parks, and make sure Japantown and Pacific Heights get the treatment too. First-timers always welcome." 

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