NOPA VELO’s Lions to Maidens World’s Fair Ride

From SFBC:

NOPA VELO’s first ride of the year kicks off with a celebration of World’s Fairs, from the 1894 Midwinter Exposition in Golden Gate Park (the lions) to the 1915 Panama Pacific International Exposition at the Palace of Fine Arts (the maidens). 90 minutes, one long climb, one swift descent. All level bikers welcome. Kids on own bike OK if with guardian. Drinks and lunch follow at Ziryab Grill, 528 Divisadero between Fell & Hayes. Heavy rain cancels. Contact Lenore for more info: lmcjunker@gmail.com

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Bicyclists Still Not Using Sharrows on Sutter/Post; SFMTA Considering Changes (Bay Citizen) More on the “Save Our Caltrain” Summit Being Planned for Tomorrow (Mercury News) Mr. Roadshow Answers Questions/Ideas from Readers on Funding Solutions for Caltrain Market Street Right-Turn Trials to Become Permanent; Hearing Set for Feb. 4 (City Insider) BART Board Approves Contract Allowing […]