SFBC Rec Ride: Spin the Sunset

From SFBC:

Join D4 Supervisor Tang, neighbors and the SF Bicycle Coalition for a casual bike ride through the Sunset area. The group will experience the joys of using a bicycle to get around the Sunset neighborhood and will stop along the way at fabulous local businesses. Riders can choose to end in Golden Gate Park or continue with the group to City Hall. People of all abilities will enjoy this ride, especially new riders looking to try biking in the comfort of a group. No RSVP Required

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