Fitness + Outdoors
It may be chilly outside, but that doesn’t mean you have to wait until September to hop on your bike and pedal to the beach. Ah, ironic San Francisco seasons!
The 27 Padres who came up fruitless against Tim Lincecum on Saturday night in San Diego can attest that the rumors of Lincecum’s demise as a pitcher may have been a wee bit premature.
Wondering how to carry a crock-pot, case of Rainbow bulk food, or even a 20-pound Corgi on your bike? San Francisco bike riders show you how in a great video called "The Art of Carrying Things by Bike," on how to carry everything on two wheels.
Despite the lack of competition, it was a thrilling and beautiful day to be out watching the first day of the America's Cup sailing, with Emirates Team New Zealand reaching almost 50 mph on the water. The Luna Rossa Challenge team sat out Sunday's opener due to a rule dispute, so Emirates Team New Zealand sailed alone, picking up the first point.
Plenty of people joined the festivities, led by Maori dancers, jazz bands and all sorts of activities at the America's Cup Park. Enjoy the slideshow and look out for more America's Cup coverage while the action lasts.
It does not suck to be a fan of Oakland-based sports franchises these days.
The BART strike is well underway, and causing chaos for a lot of commuters. But those with bikes seem to be faring the best in the BART shutdown.
Allen Crabbe waited, and waited, and waited, and waited.
While it can be difficult to reconcile the fact, Bay Area outdoor enthusiasts should appreciate the long-term US military occupation of the lands surrounding the Golden Gate. Because without the Army’s ongoing stewardship (however good or bad that was), these lands would have been developed for housing after the opening of the Golden Gate Bridge and the Golden Gate National Recreation Area might never existed.