Basementeer Spotlight: San Francisco Bicycle Coalition


Thanks to our Basementeers Sports Basement was able to give over $8,000 to the San Francisco Bicycle Coalition!

Donations to the SF Bicycle Coalition Education Fund allows us to give away hundreds of bikes to folks that need a new way to get around, advocate for more protected bike lanes, and provide free multilingual bike education classes.



The San Francisco Bicycle Coalition works to transform San Francisco’s streets and neighborhoods into safe, just, and livable places by promoting the bicycle for everyday transportation.

The San Francisco Bicycle Coalition works in partnership with government agencies and community partners to deliver safe, inviting, and bikeable streets for all San Franciscans.
With 10,000 members, the SF Bicycle Coalition is the largest city-based bicycle advocacy group in the nation and one of the largest membership-based groups in San Francisco.



The SF Bicycle Coalition advocates for everyone’s equitable access to safe, affordable, and healthy transportation to create a just city. From the Presidio to Crocker Amazon and from the Outer Sunset to the Bayview, their team of talented community organizers works closely with their members, local stakeholders, City staff, and elected officials throughout San Francisco to advance better streets in all our neighborhoods and encourage more people to bike. From spot improvements to protected bike lanes, the SF Bicycle Coalition is working hard to improve your ride.


The SF Bicycle Coalition is proud to be the leading local resource for street safety. They reach tens of thousands of people every year, from toddlers through adults, with free bicycle education classes and resources. Since the pandemic began, the San Francisco Bicycle Coalition has seen a nearly 200% increase in the number of people attending their (now virtual or socially distant) bike education classes. Sign up for a class and learn how to get comfortable and confident on the road.

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