Bike and Roll to School Week Kick-Off

From the SF Bicycle Coalition:

Assemblymember Phil Ting, SF Bicycle Coalition, SF Safe Routes to School and Presidio YBIKE host a family bicycle safety fair to kick off this year’s Bike and Roll to School week. Children’s bike obstacle course, Freedom From Training Wheels, 2PM on-road practice ride and information on family bike equipment. First 300 families receive free bike safety equipment for children. Bring your bikes for the obstacle course and free, basic bike tune-ups.

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