SF Bicycle Coalition LGBTQ Meet and Mingle

From SFBC:

Celebrate San Francisco bicycling and share your “byke pride” with the San Francisco Bicycle Coalition’s LGBTQ community! Enjoy a fun evening of great conversation with SF Bicycle Coalition Staff, Board, Members and bike-curious allies. Enjoy drink specials for SF Bicycle Coalition members and win great raffle prizes while supporting bicycling improvements that are making bicycling safer and more comfortable for you and your loved ones. The LGBTQ Meet & Mingle is a great opportunity to introduce your friends and family to the SF Bicycle Coalition. Complimentary bicycle parking will be provided by the SF Bicycle Coalition, to volunteer as a Bike Valet, email Tyler@sfbike.org. For more information contact kate@sfbike.org.

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