Humpday Giveaways & Climate Ride Meetup in San Francisco

May 22, 2013

It's time for another humpday giveaway. Today, when you donate to support the U.S. Bicycle Route System, you'll also be entered into a sweepstakes to win one of two Raptor or Raven 6 packs donated by Osprey.* 

I also want to tell you today about a meet-up opportunity in San Francisco. Right now, Team Adventure Cycling, which includes Caroline Paulsen, Jameson Henkle, and John Crowe, led by team captain Alison Riley, are heading down the Pacific Coast on Climate Ride California, raising money and riding for the U.S. Bicycle Route System. Join them for a Climate Ride Bike Rally at San Francisco City Hall on Thursday, May 23. There are two ways to participate on Thursday, May 23, 2013:

11am: All riders will gather at Sports Basement Presidio (610 Old Mason Road in the Marina) for an 11:15am en masse departure to San Francisco City Hall. Be sure to arrive with a bicycle for this segment. Note: Riders will pedal all together from there along the Marina, through Fort Mason, and up Polk Street to Civic Center plaza in front of City Hall -- please obey traffic laws and stop for lights.

12 Noon: Rally at City Hall and Greeting of Riders -- Keynote Speaker: Paul Hawken

So if you're in the San Francisco area and want to meet up with Alison and her Climate Ride Adventure Cycling team, visit the Climate Ride blog for full rally details. 

The 2013 BUILD IT. BIKE IT. BE A PART OF IT. campaign runs through May 31, 2013. All donations are tax deductible and support Adventure Cycling's organizing efforts and technical assistance for the U.S. Bicycle Route System.The campaign is supported by Adventure Cycling members, bicycle industry partners, bicycle clubs, and cyclists across North America.

Campaign business sponsors include Bikeflights.com, BOB Gear by Britax Child Safety, Inc., Ortlieb, Planet Bike, Primal Wear, and TeamEstrogen.com. Bicycle club sponsors include Cascade Bicycle Club. In-kind sponsors include Bikeflights.com, Cygolite, Hans Bagworks, J&B Importers, Nutcase, Ortlieb, and Osprey Packs.

The U.S. Bicycle Route System is supported in part by grants from the the Lazar Foundation, New Belgium Brewing, Climate Ride, and the Tawani Foundation.

*No purchase necessary. See sidebar on the campaign page for full contest details. 

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Aletea Morris

Those bags look really very good. Thanks!!!

May 29, 2013, 4:50 AM
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