SF Bicycle Coalition’s Bike from Work Party

From SFBC:

Celebrate San Francisco’s biggest day of bicycling at the SF Bicycle Coalition’s big Bike from Work Party with DJs, a photo booth, fabulous raffle prizes, snacks hosted by Whole Foods and complimentary bicycle valet. $5 for SF Bicycle Coalition members, $10 for non-members, or join at the door and get in free. 21+. For more details see sfbike.org/btwd.

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