For some reason the first Friday of each month seems to make a great time to summon in much needed rain to our region. As you are surely aware, SF Bike Party has historically canceled with rain. In fact, the threat of rain of canceled our EPIC Bridge & Tunnel route when we tried it a few months ago. Well, no more we say, we have decided to try something new this month—we introduce to you, a rain route.
Since the forecast for rain on Friday March 2nd is staying strong we will be riding a new route designed with rain in mind. We are keeping it simple this time around, a short ride (7mi) with one covered party stop.
We’ll meet up under the awnings at the Ferry Building at 7:30pm, throw a party stop underneath Interstate 280 in Mission Bay, and finish underneath the Bay Bridge. It’s flat, the party stops are covered, and we stick to bike routes where possible. We feel these measures give SFBP the opportunity to keep our riders safe while at the same time get out and ride on the first Friday of the month.
So what do you say? Want to join us?
Due to hazardous weather conditions, we have decided to cancel our ride tonight. We know you were excited to ride with us but safety for all our riders is always our main concern. We’ll look forward to seeing you in February.
Happy Birthday San Francisco Bike Party!
It’s our birthday! Can you believe we are already 7 years old?! Time flies when you are having fun! Join us for our annual exaltation of all things “Bike” and “Party”! To celebrate we will be selling off our 2016 T-shirts at the deep discount of $5.00 each and donating all the funds to http://undocufund.org/ a group helping undocumented victims of the NorCal fires. Please arrive a little early to meeting point if you’re interested in purchasing a T-shirt. We will also be selling the shirts at the party stops! Meet us at Civic Center at 7:30pm on Friday, January 5th. We roll at 8:00!
For the 4th year in a row we will be hosting our annual Toy Drive on the last Bike Party of the year. The toys received will be biked to Allin SF on a later date.
Route will keep us in the northeast area of San Francisco, bring layers since the evening will keep us in the high 40’s.
Bring a new, unwrapped toy to donate. Educational toys, sports equipment and stuffed animals are always needed. New backpacks will also be accepted. We will not accept toys that promote violence like guns, knives, and so on.
How We Ride
-Stay in the RIGHT lane
-Stop at RED lights
-Leave no trace
-Ride predictably & in control
-Roll past conflict
When in doubt, BIKE PARTY!
As the 50th anniversary of the Summer of Love winds down San Francisco Bike Party would like to keep the party going into the night. We’ll be meeting just after Hardly Strictly Bluegrass ends for the night on Friday October 6th at the Conservatory of Flowers and taking you on a magical journey through some of San Francisco’s most beautiful sights.
This month we partnered with Illuminate, the non-profit organization responsible for some of the Bay Area’s coolest public art:
This route will showcase their installation at the Conservatory of Flowers and ends with an up close view of the Bay Bridge lights.
The route has about 300′ of elevation gain and some dark roads through the Presidio. So bring your lights and layers and prepare to illuminate the night with light and love in the way that only Bike Party can. Here are a few examples of illuminated bike rides:
Meet up at 7:30pm, roll out at 8pm! And don’t forget the pillars of SF Bike Party, HOW WE RIDE:
– Stay in the right lane
– Stop at red lights
– Leave no trace
– Ride predictably and in control
– Roll past conflict
– Ride prepared
– When in doubt, “bike party!!”
Hearts pumping, legs jumping, bass dropping…SFBP is raving for peace. Bring your bike and your party because we’ll be partying for peace in the world. It’s a rave all around the Bay this month, as our sister events East Bay Bike Party and San Jose Bike Party will be raving in their towns as well! Start it off right with us! Meet on Friday September 1st in Union Square at 7:30pm. We can’t wait for the beat to drop!
VANCOUVER, BC.:JUNE 15, 2012-Bike Rave, a combination ride /dance party, in action starting at Crab Park in Vancouver, B.C., on Friday night June 15, 2012. It is a celebration of bikes, music, costumes and dance. This is Jessica Cowen all fixed up. (Steve Bosch/PNG)
He’s been The One, the Buddha and the lead guitarist for Wyld Stallyns, the greatest band of all time! He’s been saving the world since day one. We, the members of the ‘San Francisco Bike’ party, endorse Keanu Reeves for President and want to give him a star on the SFBP walk of fame. Come dressed as your favorite Keanu character and show your support for the best candidate ever! He needs your vote!
Keanu will save us. Just take the blue pill.
A president and his dog.
He knows Kung Fu.
Yes we can.
Who needs Air Force One?
Long day at the Oval Office
He’s excited because he’s the president.
Yeah, he has our vote.
Did you know Keanu was a founding father?
If you like pina coladas…
And getting caught in the rain
Thinking hard about how to better serve the American people.
Wow, can you handle all this Keanu?! If so, make sure you don’t miss bike party on Friday, August 4th. Meet up in Franklin Square at 7:30 and check out the route here, we roll through The Matrix at 8:00! Ding Ding!
The resistance is not some distant point in the future, it is happening now and is led by Teen Vogue, Merriam-Webster Dictionary and a bunch of rogue National Park employees.
SFBP knows the resistance isn’t futile, and it WILL be led by bicycle.
Come join us as we round up fellow resistance members along the streets of San Francisco, home of the West Coast Resistance League. We ride our bikes while continuing to fight for justice for everyone!
We meet at 7:30 at AT&T Park on March 3rd. See you soon!
UPDATE: Route here >>>>>>