Cycling in San Francisco


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  • Blazing Saddles
    Blazing Saddles' rides whisk guests through California's rugged, oceanic beauty. Riders embark on self-guided expeditions atop the plush seats of a hybrid bike. On self-guided sightseeing tours, riders leisurely pedal through while following provided maps or their own ancient heirloom treasure maps.
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    2715 Hyde St.
    San Francisco, CA US
  • GS Warriors Team Store
    Jump to: Reviews | Innovations in Basketball 1924: The 30-minute shot clock is introduced, guaranteeing at least one shot per game.1976: The Denver Nuggets begin using a ball that causes fearsome premonitions in whoever is holding it.1998: The NBA expands by two teams composed entirely of baby kittens.2002: Losing at basketball is outlawed in Los Angeles, simultaneously causing the Lakers to win the NBA championship and the Clippers to be incarcerated in a floating sky-jail for 10 years.
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    7000 Coliseum Way
    Oakland, CA US
  • Bay City Bike
    Bay City Bike serves as the brick-and-mortar trailhead for bikers looking to cruise through the scenic streets and notable sites of San Francisco and the Bay Area. Cyclists can ask staffers for directions to a number of scenic routes, including a path that crosses the Golden Gate Bridge and crosses into Sausalito, Golden Gate Park, Haight Ashbury, or tours of historic locales such as the Palace of Fine Arts or the famed phone booth known for letting people teleport out of Alcatraz.
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    501 Bay St.
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Club One
    Club One's clean, eco-friendly facilities furnish fitness fanatics with access to hundreds of weekly classes, as well as pools, saunas, and state-of-the-art cardio contraptions. Over the course of the week-long membership, the only limiting factor to how many workout sessions you attend, including spinning, kickboxing, aqua fit, Pilates, and 12 types of yoga, is the tendency of the human body to catch on fire from sustained friction. Schedules and fitness features vary by location.
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    535 Mason St
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Sports Basement
    Whether gearing up to participate in the Escape from Alcatraz triathlon, restringing a tennis racket or rounding out some camping supplies for an overnight trip to Yosemite, Sports Basement has everything San Francisco’s athletes and outdoorsy types could need. For a city that’s blessed to have a national park so close to home (not to mention the nearby mountains or lapping ocean waves to the west), offering something to satiate every need is no small order. But Sports Basement is no regular shop; workers routinely put together outdoor adventure groups, lease snowboards and walk tentative customers through every part of the purchasing process. The Mission location of this five-store chain offers discounted brands beyond the nearby REI and Sports Authority, and corners for waxing your board or getting a full bike tune-up make a stop in this pleasing, century-old brick building a treat every time.
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    1590 Bryant St
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Swim Art
    Swim Art's swimming expeditions aren't for anyone who still relies on water wings. During its aquatic adventures, which range from 1.2–6 miles long, swimmers travel from Alcatraz to Crissy Field; the Golden Gate Bridge to the Bay Bridge; or San Francisco to Marin, passing beneath the Golden Gate along the way. All swims include a boat ride out to the starting location.
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    Aquatic Park
    San Francisco, CA US
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