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Gals with Gears: Pride Ride

Sunday, June 25 @ 10:00 am - 1:00 pm

Free

Show your PRIDE, Gals!  Don your bright and beautiful rainbow gear and ride with pride to the top of Twin Peaks to see the famous “Pink Triangle” honoring San Francisco’s LGBT community.  Please arrive at 9:45 am for a 10:00 am start.

This is a compact 7.5-mile ride with 800 feet of climbing and two curving, steep descents.  The ride will begin and end at the western entrance to the Panhandle near the William McKinley statue.  We will ride through the Panhandle into Golden Gate Park and exit the Park onto 7th Avenue. The route goes gradually uphill from here along Laguna Honda Hwy to Portola Avenue. The bike lane is well-marked.  Turning left on Portola, we’ll stay to the left and wait for the traffic signal to turn onto Twin Peaks Blvd for the mile-long climb to Twin Peaks. After resting and taking in the views (Porta-potties, snacks, etc.), we’ll descend swiftly on Twin Peaks Blvd to Clarendon, then cross over 17th to circle southeast around Buena Vista Park, to Broderick, and descend sharply down Broderick back to our starting point at Broderick and Fell. For those of you using Map My Ride, here’s the route.

RSVP REQUIRED

Optional:  After the ride, Gals can partake in the City’s 47th PRIDE DAY festivities in City Hall Plaza, site of the Pride Day Parade post-party.  Bicycle parking is provided at Hyde & McAllister (bring your lock and some walking shoes – and sunscreen if the weather cooperates.)

Details

Date:
Sunday, June 25
Time:
10:00 am - 1:00 pm
Cost:
Free
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Website:
http://sfbike.org/gals

Venue

McKinley Statue
Baker & Fell in the Panhandle Park
San Francisco, CA
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Phone:
415-505-8255

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