SFBC Commuter Convoy With Supervisor Wiener + District 8 Neighbors

From SFBC:

Get your morning bike-commute rolling by joining other riders and commute downtown together in comfort and camaraderie. Join District 8 Supervisor Scott Wiener and SF Bicycle Ambassador John Calaway to learn and share ideas on bicycle happenings in your neighborhood. We conclude at City Hall by 8:30 am.

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