San Francisco Bike Party

From SFBP:

April Theme: Animal Kingdom!

San Francisco: an urban jungle ruled by wild beasts. Some of us walk on two legs, some walk on four legs, others walk on six legs. Some of us fly, some hop, some saunter and some crawl or slither. And some of us roll around on two wheels!

On April 6, the cages will open and the zoo will be liberated! The kings and queens of the jungle will prowl the night with glowing eyes, delighting and terrorizing the city’s human inhabitants with ferocious displays of wild nature. Bring your fur, your horns, your tails, your gnashing teeth, your savage self, and join us for a WILD evening in exploration of our ANIMAL KINGDOM.

HOW WE RIDE: – Stay in the right lane – Stop at red lights – Leave no trace – Ride predictably and in control – Roll past conflict – -Ride prepared -When in doubt, “bike party!!”

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