Register for the 2013 Supermarket Street Sweep!
Saturday, December 7, 2013 from 12:00 PM to 7:00 PM (PST)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
The Supermarket Street Sweep is an annual bike race that benefits the San Francisco & Marin Food Banks! For the past seven years, hundreds of participants have zipped around the city to local supermarkets and brought back thousands of pounds of food to donate to this wonderful charity.
2006: 80 racers - 1,172 lbs of food
2007: 110 racers - 1,595 lbs.
2008: 150 racers - 5,266 lbs.
2009: 198 racers - 7,507 lbs.
2010: 171 racers - 6,920 lbs. + $4,877
2011: 201 racers - 7,990 lbs. + $9,552
2012: 119 racers - 6,552 lbs. + $7405.64
Total Meals To Date: 118,169
CARGO RACE: Bring back the heaviest load of food from the designated grocery stores. The top five men and women will win awesome prizes!
SPEED RACE: Buy specific food items from the designated grocery stores and get to the finish as soon as possible. The top five men and women will win awesome prizes!
WHAT TO BRING: Bag, box or crate (whatever you rock to the grocery store), a lock and money to buy items (suggested $15-30, whatever is comfy, everything helps).
Both races end @ 4pm. The after party location is at The Sandbox Warehouse at 132 Missouri Street.
All items will be donated to the San Francisco and Marin Food Banks.
Please follow our blog to stay up-to-date on Sweep news - we hope to break last year's record!
And the first 200 participants to register will receive a free Supermarket Street Sweep t-shirt printed by the loin (sizes are limited), water bottle, spoke card and stickers!
The participant releases the organizers of the 2013 Supermarket Street Sweep and their directors, sponsors, and agents from any liability for death, disability, injury and property damage. The participant acknowledges the risks involved with participating in the 2013 Supermarket Street Sweep, and assumes all responsibility, and waives any claims s/he may have against the organizers. The participant agrees to wear a helmet and obey the rules of the road, and to receive any medical treatment that may be necessary.