Learn about San Francisco’s hidden queer history by biking through some of the city’s most iconic neighborhoods. From the Gold Rush and Prohibition to World War II and the AIDS crisis, hear seldom-told stories of the people and places that gave San Francisco its reputation as the gayest city in the world.
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We start with a scenic ride up the Embarcadero, tracing the city's queer history chronologically with stops at Fort Mason, North Beach, and the Tenderloin. We end in the Castro, where we'll get off our bikes and take a stroll through the city's most vibrant gay neighborhood.
最多可供10位年滿16歲的旅人參加。 Guests must be comfortable riding a bicycle through an urban environment, including some light uphill biking. The total distance of the ride is 10 miles, with breaks every two miles to listen to stories.
If you need to rent a bike, the Ferry Building Bike Rental inside the Ferry Building costs $24 for a day; or you can rent a bike for free with a purchase at Sports Basement in Fisherman’s Wharf.
Bike through queer history