Adaptive Cycling Event in San Francisco – August 18

On August 18th, BORP is partnering with the SF Bicycle Coalition to hold a bike tour of SF for people with physical disabilities.  Check out some of the latest street designs that are making urban biking easier and more inviting for people of all abilities. Ride will end at Sunday Streets in the Tenderloin.

  • Date: Sunday, August 18th, 2013
  • Time: Departs at 11am
  • Location: Meet in City Hall Plaza (Polk Street)
  • Who can participate? Experienced cyclists of all abilities.  Current BORP members can arrange for transportation of a BORP cycle to the ride.  Experienced adaptive cyclists who own their own bike very welcome to join the ride.  Family and friends encouraged to participate as well.  This is not an event for first time riders, new riders should contact the BORP Cycling Program at or 510-848-2930 to learn about other opportunities to ride.
  • Ride Length: Approximately 3-5 miles, and include riding with traffic
  • Cost: Free!
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Cyclists at the starting line of the Revolution Ride