Thanksgiving bicycle "turkey ride" in San Francisco

Thursday, November 24, 2016

Bicyclists in San Francisco have mapped out a 50-mile Thanksgiving-themed route through the city, in the form of a turkey wearing a pilgrim hat.

From SF Gate:
The 50-mile route outlines the shape of a turkey, with the starting line near Castro and 14th St. The wing takes you through the Castro, Dolores Heights, and the Mission District. The route gets harder to follow from there, forming the feathers of the turkey on the east side of the city.

Then, you head south through Portola and the Balboa Park area for the turkey's feet. If you somehow manage to make it this far, you can continue through Twin Peaks, Cole Valley, and Haight-Ashbury until you reach the turkey's head. Then there are a few loops through Pacific Heights and the Marina District before you can head back south towards City Hall to finish the ride.
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