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!!”
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!
Well my pretties, something witchy this way comes…
It’s a coven of Bike Partiers! That’s right, we’ll be casting a spell on the streets of San Francisco on Friday, May 1st, and you’re invited. Dust off your broom, pull out your cape and fill up your cauldron, it’s the witching hour! If you live under some rock and have never seen a real witch before (are you from Kansas or something?) then we’ve got you covered in black right here! Meet us at Cupid’s Span at 7:30pm, we go brooms up at 8:00, sharp! Bwahahahahaha!
High fashion witch (via vogue.com)
Embed from Getty Images
Summon the coven….it’s tea time!
A coven gets an early start with the younglings (via buzzfeed.com)
This priestess knows
You are! (via giphy.com)
All black (via n-nyx.polyvore.com)
Every witch needs a crown (image via strangelycompelling.tumblr.com)
It’s not easy being green!
This young witch is on point (via skimbacolifestyle.com)
Your bike is your magic broom! (via caa.org.nz)
Even all you good witches!
Every witch way (image via fromasia-withlove.tumblr.com)
Every witch needs a bike for those extra windy days (via Bikepretty.com)
Don’t let the house go down on me!
The coven will gather under the moonlight (via W Magazine)
Gandalf’s outfit is on point
Create your own spiderweb cape (via deliacreates.com)
nuff said (via gifhy.com)
What a beautiful and touching way to remember a SF local. Robin you were hilarious, raunchy, generous, and loving. SF Bike Party and about 370 of our closest friends rode out on the first Friday of the month to celebrate the life of Robin Williams. Here are a few photos from our ride. Please share your photos on Twitter, IG, Flickr, or FB and tag them using #sfbikeparty…
Next Bike Party will be on October 3rd. Meet up at 7:30PM, roll out 8PM, start location TBA. And a huge thanks to all our wonderful organizers and volunteers. Remember that Bike Party can’t happen without your help, so if you’ve been before please help us by taking a turn! Ding Ding!
Mork & Seymour enjoying the twilight (foto by chinstrap)
Friends and Family (foto by chinstrap)
Popeye, Patch and friend making sure to fuel up on spinach before the ride! (foto by chinstrap)
Gotta get that fuel for our ride! Now the real question is, WHO MAKES THE BEST BURRITO IN SF?!?!!! (foto by chinstrap)
This month San Francisco Bike Party is celebrating the life and work of noted cycling enthusiast and Bay Area resident Robin Williams. His presence, grace and humor touched our lives, and left an indelible legacy. Now SFBP has chosen to honor this bike riding funny man with a Bike Party! Let’s send Mork home to Ork in true Bay Area fashion. Please come representing your favorite Robin Williams character or movie, from Jumanji to Patch Adams, from Happy Feet to Mrs. Doubtfire and beyond. Robin loved this city, and he loved bikes, what better way to celebrate his life than a ride in his honor? If you can’t remember his incredible body of work, here’s a look back with our LookBook.
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Night at the Museum
GOOOOOOOOOD MOOOORNING VIETNAAAAAM!
Believe it or not, this is not the original Mrs. Doubtfire
She sure did know how to ride a bike like a pro, though, didn’t she?
Don’t for get about the Genie!
Mork and Mindy!
Robin and Ellen
Meet us at the Basketball courts in the Panhandle on Friday, September 5th at 7:30pm. We roll at 8:00!
Thanks all our prospectors, saloon girls, miners and just Bike Partiers for rolling out with us to boomtown! We had about 250 of our closest friends join us through the gold lined streets of San Francisco. What a blast! Here are a few of our favorite photos. Don’t forget to tag us in yours and use #sfbikeparty #sfbp #bikeparty on Twitter, IG, Flickr, or FB
Join us at our next Bike Party where we’ll be remembering SF’s own Robin Williams. Friday, September 5th, meet up 7:30PM, roll out 8PM. Location TBA
These 49ers are ready to roll! (foto by chinstrap)
Foto by bright.fog
Two lovely miners ready to ride! (foto by chinstrap)
Foto by sanjosebikeparty
Chopper Dave and his Iron Horse (foto by chinstrap)
Foto by natlerbratler
Gah them teeth! (foto by chinstrap)
The family that rides together….(foto by chinstrap)
….stays together!! (foto by chinstrap)
It’s that time again, Bike Partiers! We’re rolling deep through this boom town on Friday, August 1st, and we sure do hope you can join us! If you need help with your costume, then you’ve struck gold, we’ve got your lookbook right here! Whether you’re a prospector, cowboy, saloon girl or Gold Rush millionaire, you’ve got this!
For those of you who like a very literal interpretation, this is a gold helmet! Safety first!
Annie, get your bike!
You know you want to wear your chaps with fringe. It’s a party, after all!
Dapper Dudes, Gold Rush style.
Dance hall dolls! Get your sexy on!
Pre 1900 was really the peak time for good fringe in America.
Single speed > Horse? We think so!
He’s got a mustache to match his handlebars!
Who needs the train? Not this guy!
Something is not quite pre-industrial revolution about this picture…
Now this is how you bike camp in style!
Can you say “Gold Rush”? Repiten: “Gold Rush”!
4 bike power!
This is what Bush and Kearny looked like in 1877, right in the middle of San Francisco’s historic Barbary Coast. We’ll be checking out the neighborhood on our Bike Party Route. Hope to see you there!
Meet us in the parking lot at the corner of Front and Union streets at 7:30pm. We head west to find our fortunes at 8:00. Ding Ding!
Wow, Bike Partiers! If you weren’t with us on the 4th of July, you missed one of the most epic events we’ve had to date. For the first time EVER, we left San Francisco city limits to take you across the Golden Gate Bridge. It was beautiful, it was fun, it was FOGGY! But still, we bombed through one of our favorite tunnels (check out a video here. Thanks, Tracy Jacks!) and even caught the fireworks! If you missed it, you missed out! Thanks you to all the folks who came out, helped out and rocked out with us. You are what make Bike Party so special.
Our Faithful Tandem Sweep! Many thanks to Mark and Melinda for bringing up the rear in style!
Yep, we went there!
And the rocket’s red glare, the bombs bursting in air…
Gave proof through the night that our flag was still there!
Stars and stripes forever!
Break on through to the other side!
Atop Battery Spencer, visibility, about 10 feet. Thanks Karl the Fog!
Edwige came all the way from France to celebrate with us. We look forward to hearing about Bike Party Paris sometime soon!
Bike Party was here! Photo Credit: Mark K. Sanfilippo
What fun! We’ll be at it again next month, so mark your calendars for our California Gold Rush ride on Friday, August1st. Meet us at the Exploratorium Pier at 7:30 PM. We head west in search of Gold at 8:00!
Since our next bike party is on the 4th of July, we’re going patriotic! Join us for an Americana themed event, and we’ll lead you to the perfect spot to catch the fireworks. Bring your American flags, your red white and blue, your sailors and pin ups or whatever else makes you think of Independence day. This is a special ride, with a surprise twist, so make sure to bring extra layers and bike locks. Gears, brakes and lights are also strongly encouraged for this ride. We can’t wait.
If you need some inspiration for your perfect BP look, we’ve got you covered in Red, White and Blue!
Pin Up Style
American Flag Kit!
Your brain will thank you for wearing this patriotic helmet.
Decorate your bike to match your shoes.
These shoes, to be specific!
When it comes to your bike, just put a flag on it.
Or a lot of flags!
Or this amazing piece of firework craft realness.
Make your bike look like a rolling firework with extra lights.
These ladies know how to celebrate independence day in style!
We are so excited to roll with you on the 4th of July!
Meet us in the Presidio in the Fort Scott Field parking lot, at the corner of Storey Ave, and Stone St. Just off of Lincoln Blvd.
Meet up on July 4th at 7:30pm. We roll at 8:00! Don’t forget to bring extra layers to keep warm, bright lights (headlamps encouraged) and locks for your bike. This is a more technical ride with hills up and down. Gears and brakes are strongly encouraged for all riders.
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