SFBC Rec Ride: Seven Hells of SF

From SFBC:

What is the sound of a calf muscle screaming? Find out on the 5th annual Seven Hells of San Francisco ride led by SF Bicycle Coalition member Dan Reider! It’s back with an even longer and hillier version of San Francisco’s favorite bike ride of champions.

The ride will be broken into two groups this year. The Devil’s Route is the same as last year and will feature steep hills and extra credits a’plenty Map and Route List The Devil’s Mother’s Route is reserved for very strong riders, will be taking on an additional set of climbs and will not be stopping for long breaks Map and Route List. Both groups will start at same time.

Space is limited; please RSVP Questions: danreider1@gmail.com. SF Bicycle Coalition recreational rides are free for SF Bicycle Coalition members. We encourage non-members to join as a SF Bicycle Coalition member or donate to the ride before we take off; rain cancels rides.

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