Monday, February 7, 2011

Wanna be a Volunteer?

We are looking for Volunteers on Saturdays and Spanish speaking bike volunteers on Tuesday Afternoons.

Every other Saturday we are hosting events throughout the city in a different school yard across the city. From 10-3 we will be teaching families how to ride, how to ride safely, and how to ride as a family. We will need volunteers to help with registration, bike mechanics, and teaching bicycle skills.

The first 4 Community Hub events are coming up!
2/12/11 Longfellow Elementary School
2/26/11 Monroe Elementary School
3/5/11 Cesar Chavez Elementary School
3/19/11 Francis Scott Key Elementary School

Volunteer on Tuesdays! We are also looking for a Spanish speaking volunteer who is available on Tuesday afternoons. Everette Middle School's Bike Club has an 80% crew of only Spanish speakers, but our instructors are only conversational Spanish speakers. If we find another adult rider who is fluent in Spanish and English, we could take them on the streets!

Email to sign up today!

Don't forget! San Francisco Bike to School Day is April 7th, 2011! Last April 1,000 youth rode to school, this Bike 2 School day, we aim to have 3,000 participants!

Do you work at a school or know someone who does? Feel free to pass this San Francisco Bike to School Day information along to them!

Sign up your school today! We will be distributing posters to publicize around your school and bags to celebrate those that were able to participate, order your supplies today! You can also see if there is a school near by and team up!

We are currently running our Annual SF Bike to School Day Poster Contest. The theme is "My Family Bike Ride." It is open to both public and private K-12 SF schools. The contest runs until February 11th, 2011, so there is still time to submit! Poster Contest

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