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Old 05-14-08, 07:29 AM   #1
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San Francisco: Bike to Work Day is Thursday May 15- Get Free Bike Stuff and Coffee

Bike to Work Day- the biggest bike holiday of the year- is this Thursday May 15th. Volunteers from SFBC will be handing out free canvas bags full of cool bike gear. There will also be free coffee and foods to snack on. Save the date so you don’t miss out.

--Morning Stations (7:30-9:30AM)--

Bernal Heights: Cesar Chavez @Harrison St.
City College: Phelan Campus (8-10AM)
Civic Center: City Hall, Polk St. steps
Downtown: Market at Battery (7:30-2PM)
Embarcadero: Justin Herman Plaza/ Ferry Building
Inner Richmond: Cabrillo @ Arguello
Inner Sunset: Irving @ 7th Avenue
Mid-Market: Market @ 12th Street
Mission: Valencia @ 17th Street
Presidio: Main Post, Halleck and Lincoln (6:30-9:30AM)
SF State: 19th Avenue @ Holloway (8-10AM)
SOMA: Caltrain, 4th and King
SOMA: Folsom @ 7th Street
UCSF: Medical Center, Irving @ 2nd Avenue
UCSF: Mission Bay, 16th @ Owens St.
UCSF: Mt. Zion, Divisadero @ Post
Veritable Vegetable: Cesar Chavez @ 3rd Street
Western Addition: Kaiser Hospital, Geary @ St. Joseph’s

--Evening Stations (5-7PM)--

Bike Away From Work Party: Fell @ Franklin
Castro: Duboce Bikeway @ Market
Embarcadero: Justin Herman Plaza/ Ferry Building
Mission: Valencia @ 17th Street
Rainbow Grocery: Division/13th @ Folsom
Russian Hill: Polk @ California
SOMA: Caltrain, 4th and King
SOMA: Howard @ 8th Street
Upper Haight: Panhandle, Fell and Masonic

And if you like the work the SFBC does, consider becoming a member. Last year on Bike to Work Day over 600 cyclists joined up for the first time. If you want to become a member, simply show up to one of the Energizer Stations and pick up a membership packet at the discounted price (only $30).

Sign up here for the SFBC’s weekly e-mail blast. There’s local advocacy news, group rides, events, political actions, and videos.

The SFBC is a 9,000 member advocacy organization working to transform San Francisco’s streets and neighborhoods into more livable and safe places by promoting the bicycle for everyday transportation.

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