Young Professionals in Transportation: Ride to SFBC Bike from Work Party

From YPT:

Bike to Work Day is fast approaching! May 10th is the BIG day; to participate in the activities, the YPT Board is organizing a bike ride to the Public Works party that starts at 6PM. We’d like to invite you to come ride with us!

When: May 10th at 5:15PM
Where: Meet at Vaillancourt Fountain
What: We are riding our bikes around town in celebration of Bike to Work Day.
Why: Because it’s fun!
Who: Paul Stanis will be leading gang
 
Here’s the tentative route for May 10th: 
  • Meet at Vaillancourt Fountain and head south on The Embarcadero
  • Follow The Embarcadero and King Street to 3rd Street
  • Turn left on 3rd Street and bike behind AT&T park to get back to The Embarcadero
  • Go north on The Embarcadero to Howard Street and turn left
  • Follow Howard Street to 11th Street and turn right
  • Follow 11th Street to Mission Street and turn left
  • Cross South Van Ness and follow Otis Street to Duboce Avenue
  • Take a just east of Mission Street and follow the path to Public Works

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