The 7th Annual Supermarket Street Sweep

7th Annual Supermarket Street Sweep
Sat., Dec. 1 | 11am-8pm

The Supermarket Street Sweep is an annual bike race that benefits the San Francisco Food Bank! For the past six years, hundreds of participants have zipped around the city to local supermarkets and brought back thousands of pounds of food to donate to this wonderful charity.

Last year, we had 201 racers bring 7,990 lbs. of food and raised $9,552. Join us on Saturday, December 1st.

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From SFBC: The Supermarket Street Sweep is an annual bike race that benefits the San Francisco Food Bank. Participants need a bag, box or crate for food items, bike lock, and money to buy items (suggested $15-30). http://supermarketstreetsweep.blogspot.com/

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