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Bike Ride for Climate Action
Saturday, April 23, 2022 @ 10:00 am - 12:30 pm
Celebrate Earth Day and the recent passage of San Francisco’s Climate Action Plan during the Bike Ride for Climate Action on Saturday, April 23 from 10:00 a.m.– 12:30 p.m. This family-friendly, educational bike ride will stop at multiple sites in Golden Gate Park showcasing what San Francisco and its residents are doing to create a sustainable, low-carbon city.
In partnership with the San Francisco Department of the Environment and the Recreation & Parks Department, the bike ride will offer a safe, guided route through Golden Gate Park and Outer Sunset, ending at Ocean Beach. The San Francisco Bicycle Coalition will also be issuing 30 complimentary memberships for participants on behalf of the San Francisco Department of the Environment (see tickets for more information).
Arrive at 10:00 a.m. to check-in. The ride will kick-off at 10:30 a.m. with welcome remarks from City leaders. A full agenda highlighting the stops and route map will be posted soon. All participants must register for the event in order to attend, no drop-ins.
Location/Route: Approximately 4.9 miles.
Check out the Route Details and map which includes the following stops along the ride:
- California Academy of Sciences
- Playland at 43rd
- Far Out West Community Garden and Green New Deal Mural
- Ocean Beach
Need a bike? Bay Wheels is offering a limited number of classic bikes for registered participants. If interested, email CommuteSmart@sfgov.org to secure your FREE Bay Wheels bike code.
Adaptive Bicycles: Bay Area Outreach and Recreation Program (BORP) is offering Adaptive Bicycles to serve people with disabilities. If you’re interested in obtaining an Adaptive Bicycle, please email Leo@borp.org by April 21. BORP advances the lives of people with physical disabilities and visual impairments through sports and recreational activities, learn more here.
COVID Protocols: We encourage everyone to take the safety measures they find most appropriate while participating. Wearing a mask is not required, however, participants may choose to wear a mask for added protection from COVID-19. For more information please reference the guidelines provided by the San Francisco Department Public of Health.
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