Bike to Make Ride

From SFBC:

Join SFMade and the SF Bicycle Coalition for a visit to three of San Francisco’s neighborhoods that still are home to many of our City’s finest local manufacturers – South of Market, the Northeast Mission, and the Dogpatch. The tour will start in SOMA at Tech Shop – SFMade’s headquarters and a fascinating do-it-yourself facility for makers – and taste the freshly roasted coffee at nearby Ritual Coffee’s roasting facility; the tour continues into the historic Northeast Mission manufacturing district to will visit several producers; and then off to the Dogpatch to glimpse DodoCase’s manufacturing operation and Rickshaw Bagworks.

Register:
http://www.sfmade.org/sept-bike-tour/
Cost: $25 per person; Limited to 20 people.

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