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Pedal by UCSF's Energizer Station on Bike To Work Day - May 10
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UCSF Proudly Sponsors: Bike to Work Day Energizer Station at Mission Bay

Calendar Icon     Time:    7:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m.
      Date:   Thursday, May 10, 2018
      Place:  UCSF Mission Bay Campus
                   Northeast corner,16th and Owens streets

Does your bike need a check up?

The Bike Doctor will be on hand to provide complimentary basic bike maintenance at the UCSF Mission Bay Energizer Station. We also invite you to pedal by for free goodies, high-fives, and a free collectors tote bag.

This event organized by the San Francisco Bike Coalition
If you have questions or concerns about this event, please contact: Michele Davis, Associate Director Community Relations at Michele.Davis@ucsf.edu or (415) 476-3024.
Child high-fiving a dental technician during a free clinic
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