*No on Proposition 23* Bike Ride Working to Prevent Big Oil Disasters
Sunday, 10 October, 2010 - 10:00
We’ll be biking with our “No on Prop 23” message around the city visiting several 350.org event sites along the way, tagging along with the Farm Tour Bike Ride for part of the morning. Help get the word out about the deceptive big oil-funded dirty energy Proposition 23.
[More info on Prop 23 at: http://communitiesagainstprop23.com/ and http://www.stopdirtyenergyprop.com/ ]
We’ll start on 10/10/10 by gathering at 10am at the only apple tree in Golden Gate Park (@250 Kezar Drive across from McLaren Lodge, near the corner of Oak & Stanyan) to deck out our bikes with “No on Prop 23” signs & stickers. As other riders begin to congregate for the Farm Tour Bike Ride (which begins at the same location at 10:30am http://www.350.org/en/node/24233 ) we will invite them to join us in helping to spread the “No on Prop 23” message throughout their ride.
If you want to ride to visit different 350 actions than those listed in the tour below, just come by between 10am-10:30am (@250 Kezar Drive across from McLaren Lodge, near the corner of Oak & Stanyan) and pick up some “No on Prop 23” materials and then set your own route and schedule of 350 activities to spread word to about “No on Prop 23”.
The main group of bike riders will depart with the Farm Tour Bike Ride going through the Wiggle and on to the California College of the Arts FARM. Some riders may choose to break off to join the 350 day action to Clean Up Chevron’s Dirty Energy ( http://www.350.org/en/node/22262 ) -- look to connect with Joanna if you want to join that break out group. A bit later in the bike tour some riders may choose to ride over to the nearby Decompression party ( Minnesota between 19th & 20th http://www.350.org/en/node/18568 ) to let all the Burners know you don't need to be on the Playa or inside a gated-off party to be a part of a revolutionary community. Some may continue with the Farm Tour Bike Ride to it’s final destination of Hayes Valley Farm (Fell & Laguna) at 1:30 pm. From there, people will have the option of joining a team of biking volunteers to go out and help garden actions happen, or simply hang out at Hayes Valley Farm where there will be an abundance of amazing things going on.