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Thursday, September 11 • 4:30pm - 6:00pm
Streets of San Francisco Bike Tours Open

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Session Description: SoSF Bike Tours will lead a unique presentation at their HQ made out of re-purposed shipping containers. Attendees will get an introduction to the cutting edge of boutique tourism in San Francisco with an engaging talk lead by Co-Founder Daniel Watson-Weller. Four years ago SoSF Bike Tours started in a residential garage and they look forward to telling their story of growth and transformation within their bustling industry. Their ethos is mirrored by their physical location and the vibrant neighborhood they share, Hayes Valley. Of note the SoSF Bike Tours session will be given standing outside in a circle next to their shipping containers. They do not have a conference room and love fresh air!


Daniel Watson-Weller

Co-Founder / Director, Streets of San Francisco Bike Tours

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Thursday September 11, 2014 4:30pm - 6:00pm
Streets of San Francisco Bike Tours 370-B Linden Street, San Francisco, CA, 94102
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  • Company Description SoSF Bike Tours are professional bicycle guides, world travelers, adventurous backpackers, bicycle tourists, and culinary connoisseurs. They have lived and worked around the world, and understand the value of experiencing local culture and getting off the beaten track.

Attendees (24)