SFBP #29 Musical Icons Recap

Musical Icons indeed! You all really brought the noise and the funk with your fantastic costumes for our June ride.  As always, we love to see everyone embracing the theme.  If you have ideas for future themes, please don’t hesitate to let us know via Facebook, Twitter or comments here on the blog.

What did you all think of the ride?  We were so excited to head up to Coit Tower on an absolutely beautiful night.  The ride from Civic Center was full of great outfits and happy riders as we pedaled up Polk Street and took a cross town trip on picturesque Pacific.  Did you catch those views of the Bay Lights once we crested Russian Hill? As always, many thanks to the volunteers who came out for test rides and helped out by taking turns and directing traffic during the ride. We appreciate you so much!

Johnny Cash looking cool ay Civic Center.  Photo by missmix.

Johnny Cash looking cool at Civic Center. Photo by missmix.

Material Girl! Photo by @chinstrap

Material Girl! Photo by @chinstrap

Rocker chick!

Rocker chick! Photo by @chinstrap


Bret Michaels, is that you? Photo by @chinstrap.


Hair bands represent! Photo by @chinstrap.

Keith Richard for President! Photo by @chinstrap

Keith Richard for President! Photo by @chinstrap


This cruiser is partying like a rock star in black and white. Photo by @chinstrap.


It’s Chopper Dave and Friends! Photo by @chinstrap.


Ready to ride! Photo by @chinstrap.

The final ascent up to Coit Tower was a little steep, but once we got there folks were ready to take in the glorious sunset views and get their party on.  Thanks to DJ Deep, we had awesome tunes on the parking lot dance floor. We love to see everyone partying like rock stars!

Unfortunately, we did hear a report that a bike was stolen from the Coit Tower party stop. Please keep in mind that you should never leave your bike unattended at party stops.  Bring a lock with you or ask a friend to keep an eye on your bike while you get your dance on. The city parks we party in are public spaces and are not inherently safe from theft.

Elvis by @calitexican

Elvis has left the building and hopped on his bike! Photo by @calitexican

coit tower view_@betebrand_hq

Coit Tower View. Photo by @betabrand_hq

Coit tower view by @kaveh

A lovely wide angle at the first party stop. We made it to Coit Tower! Photo by @KavehAstaneh

Ferry building_@iamcaps

Another lovely SF view. Photo by @iamcaps

Rolling towards the beautiful Bay Bridge.

Rolling towards the beautiful Bay Bridge.

After Coit Tower we made our way down Telegraph hill towards the Embarcadero and enjoyed the flat wide streets and beautiful views of the bay lights as we rolled south towards AT&T park.  A last minute decision to finish the party in an AT&T park overflow lot was a good one, and we had plenty of space to get our dance on under the lights. Shout outs to Lily, who was celebrating a birthday and her Bachelorette party with us at SFBP, and is getting married in August.  Congratulations Lily, we’re so stoked that you wanted to celebrate with us! And to @BikePretty who was also celebrating her birthday by riding with us. We hope it was a good one, girl!

Lily and friends rocking bridal white for a Bachelorette party on wheels! Photo by @violator79

Lily and friends rocking bridal white for a Bachelorette party on wheels! Photo by @violator79

As always, we had a wonderful time riding with you.  Thanks for continuing to bring the fun to SFBP month after month.  If you want even more recap, check out the stellar review we received recently from Bermstyle.com. Thanks, Bermstyle! We’re so glad you enjoyed the ride! We’ll be back at you on Friday, July 5th with our next Bike Party.  The theme is Robot Revolution!  More info on that to come in our LookBook.  Meet us at the Conservatory of Flowers at 7:30pm, we roll at 8:00! Ding Ding!


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