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Robin Williams Tribute Bike Ride | San Francisco Bike Party
Every 1st Friday
Submitted by the Event Organizer
San Francisco Bike Party (not to be confused with Critical Mass) is a monthly celebration of biking for riders of different ages, types, and skill levels to enjoy. Every month is a different theme and you’re encouraged to dress up.
San Francisco Bike Party is held on the first Friday at 8:00 pm every month (meet at 7:30p, roll at 8p). The starting location and route also changes every month. Check SF Bike Party’s Facebook page for updates.
The rides are fun and safe with stops to dance and socialize along the way. You’ll follow planned routes exploring all different parts of the city each month. They encourage people to bring positivity and contribute to good times while being respectful to others.
Who runs it? Created by a co-op, by and for bike enthusiasts, run by volunteers who plan the routes, test ride them, help participants ride in control, avoid traffic disruption, and not get lost. How SFBP rides: – Stay in the right lane – Stop at red lights – Leave no trace – Ride predictably and in control – Roll past conflict – Ride prepared – When in doubt, “bike party!!”
Updated 5/6/22 – Event info last checked via Facebook and Instagram
This month, San Francisco Bike Party is celebrating the life and work of noted cycling enthusiast and Bay Area resident Robin Williams. His presence, grace and humor touched our lives, and left an indelible legacy. Meet at the basketball courts in the Panhandle on Friday, September 5, 2014 at 7:30 pm. They will roll out at 8 pm.
Now SFBP has chosen to honor this bike riding funny man with a Bike Party. Let’s send Mork home to Ork in true Bay Area fashion. Please come representing your favorite Robin Williams character or movie, from Jumanji to Patch Adams, from Happy Feet to Mrs. Doubtfire and beyond. Robin loved this city, and he loved bikes; what better way to celebrate his life than a ride in his honor?
If you can’t remember his incredible body of work, here’s a look back with their LookBook.
Disclaimer: Please double check event information with the event organizer as events can be canceled, details can change after they are added to our calendar, and errors do occur.
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