SFBC Rec Ride: San Francisco Gay Pride Freedom Ride And LGBTQ History Bike Tour

From SFBC:

Celebrate Pride weekend with a 10-mile bicycle ride through San Francisco’s LGBTQ history. Visit sites and neighborhoods of historic and cultural significance in making San Francisco “America’s Gayest City”. The ride begins at the embarcadero and pedals through North Beach, Polk Gulch, Civic Center, Tenderloin, SOMA, Valencia Corridor and the Castro. Come out…and celebrate the historic accomplishments and cultural contributions of the LGBTQ community to San Francisco.

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