Recreational Bicycle Ride: Dutch Queen’s Day Celebrations
Saturday, April 27, 2013 from 9:30 AM to 12:30 PM (PDT)
San Francisco, CA
Celebrate the great Dutch Queen’s Day (in honor of the Queen’s birthday) by wearing orange and joining this free group bike ride from South Park to the Pacific, at the west end of Golden Gate Park where a big Queen's Day party will be underway all day long.
Bring your own bike, arrive in time at the PublicBikes store (the guys known for their beautiful orange bicycles), and be ready for a lovely group ride, though the Mission, the Wiggle, onto Haight St to Golden Gate Park and the Murphy windmill for the start of the celebrations. The ride is free to all and appropriate for ages 12 and up. At the Windmill you can receive discounted tickets to ride your bicycle, that day or later, to De Young Museum and watch the exhibition The Girl with a Pearl Earring.
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San Francisco Bicycle Coalition
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