"This is a 3-class series: February 8th, 15th, and 22nd. Class will be hands-on, so bring a bike and get ready to get greasy. Over the 3 weeks, it will cover what is included in a basic shop tune-up."
"Join SFBC member Robin and other cocoa-crazy cyclists for an afternoon learning about, eating, and drinking chocolate, just in time for Valentine’s Day. Route is around 10 miles, some hills. We’ll end the ride with a chocolatey picnic, so pack a lunch if you wish. Bring cash for sweet treat purchases. Happy couples as well […]
"On Super Bowl Sunday head to the Marin County Bicycle Coalition’s Dirt Bowl to ensure that kids have safe roads and great trails. In partnership with the The NorCal High School Mountain Bike League, this ride for mountain both and road bicyclists, features saddle time with mountain bike legend Dave Wiens (six-time Leadville 100 winner, […]
"Experience the beauty of the Presidio by bicycle riding through some of the special places in the Park. The ride will be slow and will include some hills but will be mostly flat terrain. Then ride over the Golden Gate bridge for a 3 hour hike in the Marin Headlands that includes a visit to […]
"Speak up for Muni! The MTA is holding Town Hall Meetings on the 2010 budget. We are also asking for members to attend the MTA Board Meeting to speak up for transit and help build a better biking city!"
"The Good Roads Riders return to Potrero Hill determined to get the job done. Last month’s “Circling the Hill” was too much fun and too formidable for just one sweep. Potrero bikers especially encouraged to join and make your daily rides smoother and safer. First-timers — from all over the city – always welcome. These […]
Bicycle Music Festival is throwing a benefit party with bands, bikes and beer!
Rescheduled from February 16. Agenda.
"Few cities are so identified with their environment as San Francisco—the hills, the bay, the fog and even the fault line shifting below. Yet most residents think of the city as separate from the natural environment on which it depends. Join environmental historian Philip J. Dreyfus to discuss his new book Our Better Nature: Environment […]
"In the midst of the national health care debate, Healthy San Francisco, San Francisco’s innovative near-universal health care program stands out. Two years in, we’ll find out what’s working, what isn’t and what’s in store for the future. What bearing, if any, would a national health care system have on our own? Join us for […]
"In the last few years, the San Francisco Planning Department has worked with communities to develop plans that rethink neighborhood parks, streets and plazas and how they are built and managed. These include the Better Neighborhoods Plans, the Mission Streetscape Plan, the Fisherman’s Wharf Public Realm Plan, Jefferson Street Redesign and the Showplace Square Open […]