SFBC: Fairfax Foray

From SFBC:

Get out of town on your bike! The Fairfax Foray is a free-wheeling bicycle adventure from San Francisco, over the Golden Gate Bridge and into Marin to the Fairfax Fair led by the San Francisco Bicycle Coalition’s former Board Member and world renowned architect, David Baker. This day trip mini-fundraiser for the SF Bicycle Coalition cruises up the coast and offers a great change of scenery at a relaxed pace. A perfect jaunt for those looking for their first ambitious bike ride—you can do it! And Marin will be forever within your reach as a cycling destination!

Group will take the Larkspur Ferry in the afternoon back to San Francisco. Ferry fees are not included in registration. Valet Bike Parking provided at the Fairfax Fair. Best to bring a bike lock too. Food can be purchased at the Fairfax Fair.
Ride Registration is a sliding scale donations of $10-$1,000 — or become a member of the San Francisco Bicycle Coalition and the registration is on us! Register at http://fairfaxforayregistration.eventbrite.com/

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