Eat Real Bike Tour

From EBBC:

Join our tour for two-wheeled foodies! Begin and end at the Eat Real Festival at Jack London Square. We’ll peddle along Oakland’s waterfront and meet local culinary artisans, learn their specialties and taste their creations. Join us as we meet local purveyors of sustainable chocolate, tea, beer, and wine. Karen Hester, who appreciates food and biking in equal measure, is your guide.

We’ll be visiting Linden Street Brewery, Oakland Chocolate Company, Numi Teas, Dashe Cellars and Urban Legend Cellars.
Discounted bike rental including tandems available from Bay Area Bikes at Jack London Square. Contact Karen for details.
Register here for the Eat Real Bike tour

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