The Freewheel Ladies’ Day

From SFBC:

The Freewheel is hosting a Ladies’ Day event, creating an opportunity to connect with other female bicyclists and industry reps about women-specific products, family riding, nutrition and more.

9am Flat Repair Clinic & Breakfast
10am Ladies-Only Novice & Intermediate Group Rides
1-4pm Refreshments, special discount offers for shopping and door prizes
For more information, call The Freewheel at 415-643-9213 or email


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