Rec Ride: Orange Bicycle Tour – Dutch Queen’s Day Celebrations

From SF Bike Coalition:

Celebrate the great Dutch Queen’s Day (in honor of the Queen’s birthday) by wearing orange and joining this free group bike ride from South Park to the Pacific, where a big Queen’s Day party will be underway all day long. Bring your own bike, ride departs at 9:30am sharp, ages 12 and up. Sponsored by the Consulate General of the Netherlands and supported by the SF Bicycle Coalition.

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