SFBC Rec Ride: Tour du Fromage

From SFBC:

Join JB Rumburg, Other Avenues’ Cheesemonger for the Tour du Fromage–a bicycle ride highlighting his favorite cheese stops in San Francisco. JB has been a worker-owner of Other Avenues Coop for 10 years, and will be sharing his cheese expertise and experiences by way of bicycle. The ride will take you to the far reaches of the fromage frontier–from Ocean Beach to North Beach. This ride promises to stretch your legs and taste buds!

Free for SF Bicycle Coalition members; $10 donation for non-members; rain cancels rides.

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