Gary & Greens: Ride & Lunch with Gary Fisher
Sunday, June 9, 2013 from 8:45 AM to 2:00 PM (PDT)
San Francisco, CA
Pedal with mountain bike legend Gary Fisher on this exclusive ride and dine event. Gary Fisher will lead a small group ride across the Golden Gate Bridge to mountain bike trails in the Marin Headlands. Then you'll return to the city for a gourmet meal at Greens Restaurant. Come rub elbows and hear stories from this local mountain bike pioneer while supporting the work of the San Francisco Bicycle Coalition.
This ride is suitable for people newer to mountain biking as well as adventuresome for advanced riders. This will be a 23 mile round-trip, no-drop ride and is supported with pro mechanics from City Cycle. While it's not a technical ride, the Marin Headlands are ripe with hills so endurance is needed.
Space is limited to 20 riders. Please email email@example.com with questions
Sunday, June 9th Schedule
8:15am-9:00am: Meet at City Cycle (3001 Steiner Street) for coffee, snacks and basic bike repair
9:00am-1:00pm: Ride over the Golden Gate Bridge to a moderate 8 mile loop in the Marin Headlands (Bobcat, Marincello, Miwok, Old Springs). Total ride is approx 23 miles (15 miles on road and 8 miles on trails). It's not a technical ride, but endurance is needed for three decent climbs.
1:00pm-2:00pm: Lunch at Green Restaurant (Fort Mason) plus more conversation with Gary Fisher and Leah Shahum.
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San Francisco Bicycle Coalition
Through day-to-day advocacy, education, and working partnerships with government and community agencies, the San Francisco Bicycle Coalition is dedicated to creating safer streets and more livable communities for all San Franciscans.
Our members represent San Franciscans of all ages, from all neighborhoods, who are working towards more safe, efficient, and green ways to move around our city. The SF Bicycle Coalition is the largest city-based bicycle advocacy group in the nation and one of the largest membership-based groups in San Francisco.
The San Francisco Bicycle Coalition promotes the bicycle for everyday transportation.