This is the first time I noticed these signs. This month they are all over the Hayes Valley area, and asides the SF Bike Coalition awesome membership discounts, I looked this up for more info about this and this is what I learned:
[From SFMTA] I Bike SF is a month-to-month, neighborhood-based program geared to encourage bicycling and support local businesses. Each month a new neighborhood in San Francisco will be featured and participating businesses in that neighborhood will offer bicyclists great discounts. All residents and visitors are invited: no fees, no sign-up, simply ride to participating businesses, present your helmet or bike lock key and get great deals.
May 2010: Hayes Valley.
Learn more here: SFMTA–I Bike SF
And with a dose of Blue Bottle’s New Orleans style iced coffee, I cheer for this program – very cool stuff. Now let’s get biking people!!
I had the chance to meet for a cup of coffee with Caz, from London CycleChic.
She is visiting the Golden State for both business and pleasure, and it was certainly a pleasure to join up for a bit. I couldn’t meet up later in the weekend for Sunday Streets with her and the ladies, but I’m glad that she got to experience it 😀
Great meeting up with you Caz, congrats on the recent great news and always great to meet bloggy friends from around the world. Cheers!
Specs is one of my fave local bars in the city, and I also love borrowing specs from my fellow bloggy friends and wear them. Ade, James, Calitexican and I met up with a bike bloggy friend of ours from the Southern end of our state – Esteban, for some caffeination session when he was in town visiting a couple of weeks ago. Great to have you!! Here are some silly 4-eyed pictures.
There is nothing that a good cup of coffee won’t cure me from. The cure of my ongoing insomnia, or lack thereof. I love being under 30. I just don’t need much sleep.
This image, shared by an anonymous reader via the blog drunkcyclist.com