bike ride

Bike through queer history

Bike through queer history

Duration:3.5 hours total
Languages:Offered in English
Over 50 people rated this experience 5 stars.
About your host
Jack has worked with LGBTQ+ organizations fighting for queer rights around the world for the past 10 years. He is the founder of TurnOut, a local nonprofit that connects volunteers with LGBTQ+ causes.
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About TurnOut
TurnOut connects LGBTQ+ groups at high schools, colleges, and businesses with volunteer opportunities at LGBTQ+ nonprofits. TurnOut's mission is both to support local LGBTQ+ nonprofits with volunteers, and to promote volunteerism and community engagement among LGBTQ+ people and allies.
This is a social impact experience where 100% of what you pay for this experience goes to TurnOut. .
What we’ll do
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.
What else you should know
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.
What to bring
A bicycle and helmet
Water (optional)
Snack (optional)

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bike ridesocial impact
4.93
$45 per person
4.93
$45 per person