From bicyclemusicfestival.com: The Bicycle Music Festival is a 100% bicycle-powered moving music festival, where audience members riding bicycles-in-place produce electricity for the sound system. In between venues, musicians like Rupa and the April Fishes and Jazz Mafia perform Live On Bike from a mobile stage.
“One of the largest free annual music, art and action events in the park, this year the festival features a number of amazing acts: Michael Franti and Spearhead, Rupa and the April Fishes, Rebelution, Sellasie, Loco Bloco, and more. The SFBC will be providing free valet bicycle parking all day.”
There aren’t many events on the calendar, but there sure is a highlight: A luminary of the livable streets world is coming to town for the SF Bicycle Coalition’s Golden Wheel Awards. Also, the Bicycle Music Festival fills the streets once again with some live, mobile beats. Tuesday: The SFMTA Board of Directors is set to hear […]
This week, let the city know how you’d like to transform Masonic Avenue. Then, see the streets of the Mission transformed overnight as Sunday Streets returns. Plus, more highlights from the livable streets calendar: Tuesday: Masonic Avenue Street Design Community Workshop. SFMTA Staff will give a presentation on existing conditions and community members will share […]
From SFBC: SF Bicycle Coalition member Greg Rodgers and Operations Director Frank Chan’s 17th Street Plaza premieres at the 33rd Mill Valley Film Festival in the 5@5: Gimme Some Truth documentary shorts program. This slightly experimental short combines still images and video footage of the first few weeks of the plaza’s use. Check out their […]
From SFBC: Interested in volunteering to be a SF Bicycle Coalition Bicycle Ambassador at events all over town, like Bike to Work Day 2011, races, festivals, and SF Bicycle Coalition Service Stations? Then this training is a must! Learn ways to engage people, how to sign up new members, and more! Contact Tessa@sfbike.org to RSVP.