SF Bicycle Coalition Energizer Station

From SFBC:

The San Francisco Bicycle Coalition is trying to get the city to fix one of the scariest parts of biking for thousands of San Franciscans: the three blocks of Fell and Oak Street between Scott and Baker. Trained Bicycle Ambassadors will be out with energizing coffee and snacks and talking to neighbors and people riding bicycles about why the city needs to prioritize safety and implement bikeways on these blocks this year.

If you’re a trained Bicycle Ambassador and want to volunteer to make Fell and Oak safer, sooner – email tessa@sfbike.org today.

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