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Assembly member Phil Ting and AP Giannini Middle School host the annual Sunset District Bike Safety Fair open to all San Francisco families. Come improve your bike skills, learn about Safe Routes to School, bike safety, and legislation that affects the community. YBike Learn-to-Ride and obstacle course with helmet giveaway while supplies last Test Ride a Family Bike try out SF Bicycle Coalition's electric-assist Tern GSD and talk to our experts about biking with your family Bay Area BikeMobile provides tuneups and minor repairs to your…Find out more »
Bike over to the Presidio every Sunday to enjoy beautiful views, good company and a rotating lineup of 30+ international mobile food creators representing the best of San Francisco’s multicultural food scene curated by Off the Grid. We'll be providing free valet bicycle parking every Sunday for Presidio Picnic, and YBike will be hosting learn-to-ride lessons for kids every 1st Sunday of the month (Bicycles and helmets provided).Find out more »
Learn to ride your bike with YBike's awesome instructors! We provide children's bikes of all sizes and equipment- you just bring your game face (ideally a big, toothy grin) and a little determination. Children of all ages welcome! Repeats first Sunday of every month. Exact location in the Presidio may vary: for updates check ybike.orgFind out more »
Freedom from Training Wheels is a great way to get kids riding without training wheels. Bring your child’s bike and helmet if you have them. If not, we have a few balance bikes for children aged 2-5. Our instructors will work with your young people to get them striding, rolling, and pedaling in no time. If you want to start practicing at home, check out our Parent Tip Sheet with step-by-step instructions. Interested in volunteering with Freedom From Training Wheels to get the…Find out more »
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