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Practice Ride for Adult Beginning Bicyclists at Sunday Streets

Sunday, June 3, 2018 @ 10:00 am - 2:00 pm

New to biking? Need help getting ready for Traffic Skills 101 class? Come practice with Juli, alumna of the SF Bicycle Coalition Adult Learn to Ride class, as well as other experienced riders. We’ll do an easy ride in Golden Gate Park’s car-free space, taking advantage of the full Sunday Streets route!

This isn’t a class, but rather a fun practice ride for people getting comfortable riding. The ride avoids hills, and experienced cyclists will be around to accompany us. Put your bike on the bus or rent one close by and join us! Email juli@sfbike.org with questions about the ride.

Meeting Location: Look for the SF Bicycle Coalition banner in front of the large staircase at the Conservatory of Flowers at Golden Gate Park.

10-10:45AM: Optional skills practice and refresher (at Pompeii circle by the Conservatory of Flowers; map)
• 10:45AM: Meet group for ride at Conservatory of Flowers staircase
• 2PM: Approximate ending time (with treats!)

If you aren’t ready to bike to the starting location by yourself, you can always place your bike on the bus – we’ve got a video to show you how! Or, you can rent a bike from any rental shops near the park. Please call them for rates, details and to make any needed reservations – remember to show up early enough to get to the meeting point.

Avenue Cyclery: 756 Stanyan St. (415-387-3155)
Golden Gate Park Bike Rentals: 1816 Haight St. (415-922-4537)
Park Wide Bike Rentals: multiple pop-up locations (415-671-8989)

Please note that the ride will be canceled in the case of rain.


Sunday, June 3, 2018
10:00 am - 2:00 pm
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Conservatory of Flowers
100 John F Kennedy Dr.
San Francisco, CA 94118 United States
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San Francisco Bicycle Coalition
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