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 >>>>>>
Three cyclists lost their lives in SF and Pleasanton within a few hours of each other due to serious car collisions these past couple days.
We will hold a community ride to pay our respects to our fallen SF community members, Heather Miller and Kate Slattery.
At 7pm, we will start at the statue at Baker and Fell, then ride to Golden Gate Park around 30th. Then we will head to SOMA and 7th and Howard. We plan to reach 7th and Howard around 8:00PM where there will be a small group of non-bikers waiting for the bikers.
Join if you can. Please leave your music bikes at home. Candles and art strongly encouraged.
Note: we are still holding our normal ride, Zoomania, on Friday 7/1. See you there.
TONIGHT: Meet at Conservatory of Flowers, sign up for a turn, then we can get rolling at 8pm!
Route is here: http://ridewithgps.com/routes/7752982
Sorry for no lookbook this time around, but you get the idea. David Bowie to Motley Crue, bring your best glam rock look!
On Thursday, April 17, San Francisco State University Art Gallery will hold an exhibit, Sweet Ride: Biking Communities in the SF/Bay Area. We were asked to lead a ride (details below) to the exhibit and to contribute some of our costumes to be on display.
The SFBP ride to the reception is going to roll from Dolores Park. We’ll gather at 19th & Dolores at 5pm for a 5:30 roll out. Map to come soon and we’ll post it here.
We look forward to seeing you next Thursday at this mashup of art and bikes! BIKEPARTY!
hi all, sorry we’ve been so quiet this month over here on the blog. lots of rain has been derailing our test riding, but never fear, we’ve got a great route for you for this coming friday!
THEME BELOW, in case you haven’t had a chance to check it out….
San Francisco Safari, a trip through the jungles of our fair city to observe and photograph some of the beautiful, illusive and sometimes rare native animals of SF. Coyotes and Hawks and Unicorns, Oh MY! Bring your best animal costume, photo safari gear or your own unique take on the wild creatures of this city by the bay.
Meet up location : CONSERVATORY OF FLOWERS. 7:30PM, we roll at 8!
We can’t wait to see you!
embedding the map isn’t working, so you have to check it out here. click the layer called “SFBP #39: Marching Lights”
turn sheet is located here. print it, tear it, share it, save it (to your phone).
if you want to volunteer for a turn, please contact either Mary Kay or Nuala. They are substituting for Mikaela this month.
we are very much looking forward to celebrating the first year anniversary of The Bay Lights with Illuminate the Arts, Black Rock Arts Foundation and The San Francisco Bicycle Coalition!
BIKE PARTY!! dingding!
we are teaming up with the SFBC (and mother nature–weather looks good!) for this friday’s SFBP!
This month we are Marching with Light! March marks the one year anniversary of the Bay Bridge Lights exhibition, and to celebrate we are lighting up the night. We want to see you go big, go bright, go loud! Rinse the playa dust off your El wire, buy fresh batteries for your blinkies and flashies, and challenge the dark night on your glowing two-wheeled machines. We want this to be the brightest, lightest Bike Party yet! We can’t wait to see what you come up with.
Friday, March 7: Meet at Cupid’s Span on the Embarcardero at 7:30, roll out at 8pm. Route Map coming after our final test ride!
photo by prawnpie
in case you haven’t heard, we’re turning three. get your party hats on y’all!
come and celebrate by riding the very first route we unleashed on the unsuspecting city in 2011.
turn by turn located here
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ok, don’t forget your costumes for the contest tonight at ride sfo. i mean who doesn’t want to ride as their favorite childhood toy throughout san francisco?
we were reminded, once again, why we do test rides the week of bike party. we might have had to literally run into a large set of barricades. who wants that to happen?
map below, turn by turns to come as soon as we can format them.
see y’all tonight at the statue in the panhandle near baker street. get there early to check out our live music!