Free Bike tour in San Francisco

Organized by Charlie De Rochoart, PEPE Esquivel
Hi guys,

Im offering a free bike tour of San Francisco on the weekend!
It would start in embarcadero and would finish in Dolores Park with a little pic nic a few hours later, depending on the speed of the group and the number of brakes we take. The following are some of the places we will visit;

- Fisherman's Wharf
- Fort Mason
- Marina
- Crissy Fields
- Palace of Fine Arts
- Fort Point
- Golden Gate (not cross it)
- Baker Beach
- Seacliff
- Legion of Honor
- Presidio
- Ocean Beach
- Golden Gate Park
- Haight/Ashbury
- Castro
- Mission

What's the purpose ? Help you get familiar with San Francisco in an easy way without having to worry about what streets to take. Along the way I will point out interesting restaurants, shops, galleries, bars, etc. to help you get the best out of this beautiful city. If you are a local it would be great if you can point out your favorite places and that way we can all discover something new.

All you have to do is rent a bicycle and be in front of the ferry building at 12noon on Saturday afternoon. You can easily rent one at the Bike Hut http://thebikehut.org/ or at http://sfbackpackers.com

The tour will be run by my friend Pepe, (Profile here http://www.couchsurfing.org/people/pepesquivel/), and we are trying to improve the Tour, so if you have any suggestion, just let us know. This won't be a sport crazy race tour, this will be about having a good time and enjoying the ride in SF with cool people :)
We will take some free snacks for you guys but if you want bring some water just in case, we will take breaks often but you might still get tired and thirsty.

If anyone want to join us only for the picnic you are more than welcome.
We will try to do this every other Saturday!

If you have any questions call Pepe at (415) 499-2148
Have a look at the Tour's page http://freebiketoursf.blogspot.fr/
See you soon!
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