Bay Area Biking/Events

Testing this out to see if it may work for event planning/Facebook alternative.

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Links/Resources:

If your bike is stolen: groups.google.com/forum/

To file complaints against dangerous drivers in the Park District:


Twitter: twitter.com/SFPDPark

Phone: (415) 242-3000

E-mail: SFPDparkstation@sfgov.org and CC: info@sfbike.org


Let them know whenever you see dangerous driving activity. Probably best to not specify that you are a cyclist unless asked or the context requires you to mention it.


See our complaint sheet for more details: www.facebook.com/notes/san-francisco-bike-ride-crew/violation-complaint-information-sheet/865246026904795


Chop Shop Info Sheet:

docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1gK_qTzqEksYKsy1L5u_tLEVC-N6H8eYhD9VF2SrN_iw/edit

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AKA the West Bay Bike Ride Crew!


The San Francisco Bike Ride Crew is your source for planning rides, sharing invitations to bike events, and positive communication about cycling.


Rides can be planned for any time of day and any distance, and will go where and for as long as the group or ride leader decides. Please follow rules similar to Bike Party, including riding straight and predictably, staying in the right lane, rolling past conflict, stopping at red lights, and leaving nothing behind.


If you've been to Bike Party and need more of that energy, please join us! Those who are eager to explore local neighborhoods and those with extensive local knowledge are strongly encouraged to participate.


This is an open forum for suggestions, questions, and positive comments or criticisms about the rides. No gossip, negative behavior, or spam within this group will be tolerated. Please join in the conversation!


Posting details about your own stolen bike or known stolen bikes is encouraged. Include the serial number and/or BikeIndex page if possible. Posts about "sketchy" people with bikes that "might" be stolen are not helpful and will be removed.


Finally, the Idaho Stop is the common name for a law that allows cyclists to treat a stop sign as a yield sign, and a red light as a stop sign. It first became law in Idaho in 1982, but has not been adopted yet in San Francisco. We'd like to change that.

Contact person(s) : Tracy Jacks Mary Ann Jawili

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