Ride of Silence 2015

From SFBC:

San Francisco’s annual Ride of Silence, a group ride to honor those that have been injured or killed while biking. This ride takes place in over 50 countries on the third Wednesday each May, with thousands of riders coming out in support and solidarity. This important ride helps to spread the message that cyclists represent precious lives!

6- 7PM: Snack, drinks and mechanical support hosted by Sports Basement
7PM: Riders roll out

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