SF Bike Party #19: London Calling: Punk Rock Olympics

From SF Bike Party:

San Francisco Bike Party #19: London Calling: Punk Rock Olympics Lookbook

Please join us for a celebration of summer time, achievement in sport and ALL THINGS PUNK!  Meet on Friday, July 6th, 7:30pm at The James A. Garfield Statue in Golden Gate Park.  We roll at 8:00! Route TBA.

Pick a punk rock look that matches your deep Vs

Riding Tandem, Punk Rock Style. (SFBP does not endorse, condone or recommend this behavior, but the outfits are pretty badass!)

What your track bike is for: Jamming for your country in the Velodome.

Support your Punk Rock Nation with a skull and crossbones kit!

Synchronize biking team? Yes, please!

Please tell me there is a brave bike partier who can make this happen!

 

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