Crissy field is one of the first stops while you're on your bike tour. Originally an airfield for the United States Army, this San Francisco landmark opened to the public in 1990, and is enjoyed by locals and tourists each day because of it's expansive views of the San Francisco Bay. In addition to wide open spaces, Crissy Field is also home to a variety of shops, homes, and offices.
Over 150 years old, Fort Point quietly stands guard at the narrows of the Golden Gate. This strategically defensive point was built during the Gold Rush, in order to defend the newly rich city from foreign threats.
Golden Gate Bridge
Ride over San Francisco's most iconic and widely-known symbol. If you're lucky, you'll spot some rare ships out in the bay, or even a grey whale! And, did we mention, great views of the city?
Just an easy bike ride away from San Fransisco, Sausalito can be found on the other side of the Golden Gate Bridge. This quaint city is a world-renowned waterfront community. This picturesque bayside city is home to a collection of eclectic and quaint restaurants, boutiques, and stunning vistas.
Currently, Fort Mason is headquarters for both the Golden Gate National Recreation Area and the Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy, but was originally used as a defensive point to keep San Francisco safe from potential attacks by the Confederate Army.
Spanish for shark, Tiburon was most likely named for the common appearance of native leopard sharks. This small, well-off community has plenty of things to do, including upscale shopping, restaurants, and more.