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Come roll with Greenbelt Alliance, the San Francisco Bicycle Coalition, and the American Planning Association's Young Planners Group on this 18-mile bike ride from San Francisco, across that pretty red bridge people always talk about, and through the southern Marin bayside corridor.
Get educated about efforts on both sides of the Golden Gate Bridge to improve bike safety, past and current development proposals that threaten the Marin Headlands, and how tunnels and trains will transform commutes.
This ride will be co-led by Anna Gore of the San Francisco Bicycle Coalition and Shannon Fiala of the Young Planners Group. We'll be taking the 1:40 p.m. ferry back to San Francisco from Larkspur Ferry Terminal—fare details below.
Note: There will be many opportunities to rest along the way, but if you are uncomfortable biking above a 10-mph pace over this distance, this may not be the right outing for you. If you have questions about the skill level necessary for this ride, contact Adam Garcia at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Leaders: Adam Garcia (Greenbelt Alliance), Anna Gore (SF Bicycle Coalition), & Shannon Fiala (Young Planners Group)
Ride Distance: 18 miles
Elevation Gain: About 200 feet
Cost [UPDATED]: Ferry fare from Larkspur back to San Francisco is $6.50 for Clipper Card users, $10 for adults, $5 for seniors (65+)/disabled/Medicare/youth (6-18), and free for children (5 and under)
Weather Policy: Rain cancels
What to Bring: Bicycle, helmet, sunscreen, water, lunch
Where to Meet [UPDATED]: You can choose to meet us at the beginning of the ride in San Francisco or along our route in Marin.
Meet at 9:30 a.m. in Civic Center Plaza, across from San Francisco City Hall
Meet at 10:45 a.m. on the large off-path platform on the northern side of the Golden Gate Bridge, a quarter mile from the parking lot at Conzelman (map)