The counter-clockwise 56-mile loop up to Point Reyes Station takes in a wide variety of the roads and scenery that makes Marin such a special place to spin. There are a few challenging climbs in the 3,800 feet of elevation gain and you’ll have a number of excellent opportunities for pace-lining should you make this a group ride. Expect bucolic scenery and spectacular vistas.
With Christmas just around the corner and the rain pelting the Bay Area, it's offically time to stay inside where it's warm. But what is there to do inside? Watch movies of course! We rounded up and ranked our favorite holiday films. These are sure to get you in the Holiday spririt.
The best crab I've ever had was hand-caught in Desolation Sound, British Columbia. And by hand-caught, I mean my shipmate chased it through the shallows and grabbed it with his bare hands just off a narrow strip of beach on Cortes Island.
Believe it or not, 2014 is quickly coming to a close. So, we rounded up the top 50(!) events around the Bay Area to ensure you kick off 2015 in style.
Last-minute gift ideas from the exhausted 7x7 edit team.
Avoiding tourists and their go-to spots is practically a precursor for San Francisco residency. But in the process of dodging out-of-towners, we often miss out on some of the beloved cultural gems that bring these tourists to our fair city. Case in point? Alcatraz. The visionaries at For-Site have given us the recently acclaimed @Large: Ai Weiwei on Alcatraz, the perfect excuse to hop on a ferry and head to the notorious prison of yesteryear.
It's time to rev it up, East Bay—in addition to a whole lot of noteworthy openings and updates, we've got a number of delectable Christmas and New Years feasts for your dining pleasure. Ready to close out 2014 with a bang?
It's time to vote for your favorite local spots!
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