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A bicycle is a human-powered, pedal-driven vehicle, first developed in the 19th century and remaining a popular form of transportation and sport today.
“ You know, bicycling isn't just a matter of balance," I said. "it's a matter of faith. You can keep upright only by moving forward. You have to have your eyes on the goal, not the ground. I'm going to call that the Bicyclist's Philosophy of Life. ”
“ It's the ride of life the journey from here to there living and loving every moment like we have none to spare. ”
[close] Jill Homer, author of "Ghost Trails, Journeys Through a Lifetime" will answer questions about her upcoming book, "Be Brave, Be Strong: A Journey Across the Great Divide," to be released May 31.
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[close] From Phil the Thrill to The Rider
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A book club for San Francisco bicycle activists focused on discussing the intersections of trans…more
[close] A book club for San Francisco bicycle activists focused on discussing the intersections of transportation advocacy with issues of race, class, and equity.
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A drinking club with a reading problem.
[close] A drinking club with a reading problem.
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