SFBC Rec Ride: Western Lands Dumpling Tour

From SF Bike Coalition:

Join a friendly ride through some of San Francisco’s Western neighborhoods (Richmond, Sunset, West Portal), with stops to eat at various dumpling shops along the way. Riders of all backgrounds and families welcome. Approximately 15 miles with one notable hill at a casual pace with plenty of stops. Free for SF Bicycle Coalition members; $5 donation for non-members; rain cancels rides. Event details

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