We welcome Cycle California Magazine back to the SF Bike Expo. They’ve done a great job covering the sport and keeping enthusiasts in the know. Our organization and the sport itself are dependent upon this publication and others like it. Thanks for all your hard work and dedication, Cycle California Magazine.
Look for our ad in the upcoming issue of Cycle California.
Rickshaw Bagworks is an exciting new Bay Area company with an eye for design. However, you couldn’t tell that they’re new by looking at the exciting product line. Rickshaw Bags offers backpacks, messenger bags, folios, wallets, and other fashionable, high-quality pieces for the city biking experience.
This will be Rickshaw’s debut at the SF Bike Expo. We are happy to welcome and wish them continued success.
Dirty Dog MTB doesn’t make bikes. But the company does add style and attitude to your cycling experience. Their cutting edge rotor designs, cable guides, and skull stems are unique and of the highest quality. Dirty Dog MTB also carries slick apparel as well. They give new meaning to doggy style.
We’ve always been fans of Dirty Dog’s innovative products. Can’t wait to see what they bring to the SF Bike Expo.
Congratulation to Trips for Kids for winning the Governor’s Council on Physical Fitness and Sports Gold Medal. This is another great example of a local company that serves the community as part of its overall mission. TFK inspires confidence, skill-building, and environmental awareness through the sport of biking. Outstanding!
Trips for Kids is a 21-year-old national non-profit based in San Rafael, California. Its programs give underserved youth a chance to experience the joy and challenge of mountain biking, while learning valuable life skills and an appreciation for the outdoors. There are currently 66 Trips for Kids chapters across the United Stated and Canada.
The Supermarket Street Sweep is an annual bike that collects food for the San Francisco Food Bank. Participants race around the city to local supermarkets while they compete for prizes for different races. There is a cargo race which rewards the heaviest load, and a speed race where the swiftest racer takes the prize. It’s a great event for an even greater cause. And RideSFO is a proud sponsor of this annual event.
WHEN: Saturday, December 5th, High Noon.
WHERE: Cupid Span’s (Bow & Arrow) at Folsom and Embarcadero.
Global Biorhythm Events is a premier race and event promotion organization that puts its money where its heart is. The group, along with organizing amazing racing and riding events, raises funds and awareness for a variety of causes and charities. Global Biorhythm Events also emphasizes a healthy environment by encouraging riders to recycle, carpool, and minimize waste.
The SF Bike Expo welcomes GBE to the expo. And we encourage you to learn more about the exciting events on the group’s agenda.
Kinetic Koffee is a gourmet micro roaster that brews up some of the finest, super-premium organic coffees on the planet. All their coffees are certified organic and governed by fair trade practices. And these guys are serious gear-heads. They do a great deal to support the cycling and racing communities.
Kinetic Koffee offers great coffees, riding apparel, and accessories that are quite useful and unique. Stop by and say hi at their SF Bike Expo booth.
Thanks for participating. Look forward to seeing you at the Expo.
Simply stated, Crumpler Bags makes great looking and well-built bags. Whether you need storage for cameras, laptops, documents, or clothing, Crumpler has you covered. And they have an outrageous line of messenger bags. My personal favorite is the Barney Rustle Blanket, which easily holds 12 beers
Crumpler Bags is another welcomed addition to the expo. We look forward to seeing their great bags and accessories on display.
We’re rubbing elbows with a lot of great companies here at Interbike International in Vegas. We met with Nutcase Helmets as they were setting their booth and they signed up to attend the SFBike expo later that night!
What do you ride? A bike, a scooter, skateboard, or inline skates? Doesn’t matter because Nutcase makes stylish helmets to fit the activity. The helmets are super-fun and super-safe.