SFBC Info Walk: Panhandle Bike Path

From SFBC:

Have you ever found yourself wondering how the Panhandle came to be the great bike path it is today? Have you ever wondered what Oak and Fell Street used to look like 30, 50, or 100 years ago? Find out the history of the Panhandle area and how it relates to biking, walking, and driving and learn what the SF Bicycle Coalition and neighbors have in store to make it even better! Join us for a walk and talk.

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