Here’s the heart of the party, at the intersection of Lincoln and the Great Highway in the outer Outer Sunset. Click to expand:
Even auslanders came into The City yesterday to enjoy the Sunday of limited car access:
Electric bikes everywhere in Golden Gate Park, for rental, for purchase, whichever:
Plenty of young families made the scene:
Aikido in the Park? Mochiron, tomodachi:
It was just a little foggy out near the blue Pacific…
…but the fog umbrellas proved useful:
Hey, it’s District 6 Supervisor-Elect Debra Walker getting her ride attention at the free Sports Basement temporary fix-it shop:
So my Kawasaki Ninja (I kept telling them that it’s just a 600) isn’t welcome but this gas-powered “go-ped” is? Mmmmm
A tow is always nice when you’re skateboarding on the Great Highway:
Plenty of engineers around…
Yes DPW was fairly agressive about getting traffic moving again at 2:00 PM and yes, some cars trying to get across GGP were a-honking after waiting a while for the flow of bikes to stop, but all in all, everything seemed to work out.
See you again on September 6, 2009!
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