SFBC Connecting the City Ride: America’s Cup and Bay Trail Bikeway, North

From sfbike.org:

America’s Cup 34 races are coming to San Francisco Bay this summer and next, together with hundreds of thousands of visitors and spectators. Bicycle transportation will be a key element in the success of the AC34 events, and the Bay Trail Bikeway will be the backbone of bicycle access for all. Come ride the Bay Trail and learn what is planned to lift this key Connecting the City route to a top-notch biking experience for everyone, and how you can help the SF Bicycle Coalition get it done.

This is the “North” ride, from the Ferry Building to Crissy Field; see May 5 and June 16 for the “South” ride.

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