With everyone under the sun boasting their carbon reduction initiatives, including laughable entries by oil giants like Chevron and ExxonMobile, it’s nice to see an event that walks the walk, or pedals the pedals, as it were. The Bicycle Music Festival is an all-day musical event tomorrow that runs entirely on human power. The sound […]
"Learn more about the upcoming renovations and how they will effect bike polo and the open space in the park, and how you can get involved."
"Work on the peninsula? Interested in riding your bike to work? Then come join the SF2G group (SF to Google) for their monthly First Friday Friendly Frolic! FFFF is a fun, low-key, no-rider-left-behind commute from SF to points down the peninsula — San Mateo, Foster City, Palo Alto, Mountain View, Cupertino, etc. SF2G takes a […]
From SFBP: [Next ride February 3rd at 7:30 pm ~Starting at Kelloch/Velasco Park in the Bayview~ route map. There will be a feeder ride from Dolores Park (steps at 19th & Dolores) to gathering spot on Friday. Meet at 6:30; ride at 6:45.] FEE–FI–FO–FUM!!!!! I smell the sweat of a bike partier! Crawl out from the […]
From SFBC: Celebrate San Francisco’s annual Dyke March on your bike. The Women’s Building will ride after the Dykes on Bikes (motorcycles) from Dolores Park to the Castro. Women only please.
Crowds gather on eastern slope of Dolores Park near 18th. One of the ongoing dilemmas for landscape architects, city planners, and yes, even transit geeks, is the chicken-and-egg question regarding public space. If you build it, will they come? Is there a “public” demanding wider sidewalks, public squares and plazas, pocket parks, and depaving, and […]