Come celebrate bike culture and creativity while supporting a good cause. SFYBP is an all-volunteer, all-donation based community bike resource serving the Tenderloin and beyond.
Anchoring the event is SF's very own The People's Tree. Positive and relevant music. If you believe we are one people and you love having a good time, you don't want to miss their set.
Come prepared to find deals on great silent auction items ranging from bikes and bike accessories to clothing to entertainment and more.
Beer donated to the cause by a generous SF brewer. Confirmation coming soon.
Complementary bicycle valet parking
Do you want to do something about homelessness in San Francisco? Join ReAllocate for a HACKtivation for the Homeless. Please RSVP here: www.eventbrite.com/e/hacktivat...
This is just the beginning of series of events for ongoing civic participation to create lasting impact and build a stronger San Francisco. We will be working with people and organizations that do incredible work in the city: Project Homeless Connect SF, Tenderloin Technology Lab (TTL), Episcopal Community Services, Larkin Street Youth Services, Hospitality House, Glide and more, with the support of Spotify, Lyft, Zenput, Innovation Alley, Code for America, and more!
Bring your skills and help your neighbors. HACKtivations are NOT just for developers. If you want to help make San Francisco better, this event is for you!
It seems like we're still not getting it. Yellow Bike Project is proving that bike sharing doesn't need to cost this much.
"Bike sharing seems to be positioned as the solution for smart growth and urban development. But one major problem exists with these large-scale systems: the price tag.
D.C.'s Capital Bikeshare has required upwards of $13 million to build & install so far, and takes close to $1 million to operate annually. Each station in the system costs $50,000 to put on the ground, and you need at least 30 to make it worthwhile. Remember when SmartBike DC launched in 2008 with only 10 stations and it was barely used?"
Bike sharing seems to be positioned as the solution for smart growth and urban development. But one major problem exists with these large-scale systems: the price tag. So if you are not a major metropolitan city with deep pockets, how do you get in on the bike share action?
Although not quite 6th, you can actually check out bikes from the Yellow Bike Library at [ freespace ] near 7th and Mission until the end of the month.
There are a lot of used bikes out there that people wouldn’t buy even if they were fixed up. When something goes wrong with these low end (often Burner) bikes, they are typically destined for the landfill. By the same token, there are a lot of people who would benefit from having access to the most basic bicycles, as well as people who haven’t...