SF Bike Party: Favorite Females

From SF Bike Party:

Did you know that March is Women’s History Month and March 8 is International Woman’s Day?  We at SF Bike Party want to celebrate Women’s History Month with a Favorite Female Icon ride.  All riders-regardless of gender-should dress as your favorite female icon and/or role model.

We’re starting close to Caltrain, going through Hunter’s Point, Bayview, around Candlestick Park, and taking 3rd Street to the Ballpark. 12.5 cruise-y miles. Laid back…warehouse style. Mostly flat, there’s a hill or two in there. But hey, this is San Francisco right? Your quads are your pistons!! You can do it! No rider is left behind!!

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