Bike East Bay’s Biketopia

From Bike East Bay:

Biketopia is the occasion to socialize with friends old and new around the theme of building a better place for bicycling in the East Bay. This year’s party will be held at the Impact HUB in Oakland, a center for innovation and coworking in the heart of Oakland. We’re exciting to be teaming up with them to throw our end of year bash, and can’t wait to be joined by over 400 of the East Bay’s most enthusiastic and supportive bicyclists!

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