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Follies of biking in San Fran?
 

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Sparky
Joined: 08 Dec 2003
Posts: 17236
Location: Portland, OR

4/27/19 11:28 AM

Follies of biking in San Fran?

Anyone? We will be a few [5/15-18] days in SF and contemplating transportation options.

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KerryIrons
Joined: 12 Jan 2004
Posts: 2989
Location: Midland, MI

4/28/19 8:13 AM

Hills much?

Depending on where you are riding it can be very hilly. Likewise there can be lots of traffic. Totally depends on where you are riding.

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Sparky
Joined: 08 Dec 2003
Posts: 17236
Location: Portland, OR

4/28/19 10:06 AM

Emeryville.

Hotel in he NE District pretty much...


Emeryville/Oakland in Dan's namesake is a spot we will be transiting thru exclusively. ;)

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Sparky
Joined: 08 Dec 2003
Posts: 17236
Location: Portland, OR

4/28/19 1:05 PM

CA Content...

These SF, CA, Oakland posts are for our 5/2019 CA jaunt.

Staring in Sacramento [PDX to SAC] to catch some portions of Stages 1-2 TOC. Tahoe day [along with stage 2 TOC]. Then SAC [Roseville actually] to Emeryville/Oakland via Commuter Amtrak where we will put our 3 day SF visitor passport for Steetcar [and included transit resources] from a 4 day base at the Pickwick Hotel Market/5th.

Have one day bike rentals in SAC, and probably rent bikes one day SF and stick around the Warf Bay esplanade down flat by the water.

SFO to PDX/home.

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