Supermarket Street Sweep

From SFBC:

The Supermarket Street Sweep is an annual bike race that benefits the San Francisco Food Bank. Participants need a bag, box or crate for food items, bike lock, and money to buy items (suggested $15-30). http://supermarketstreetsweep.blogspot.com/

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