November 18, 2016

Whether its stunning and sunny or mysterious and foggy, San Francisco is one of the nation's most diverse and beautiful cities. This bike tour will inevitably make you feel like a local. Check out all of Joanne's suggestions!



Joanne is an inspiring and amazing influencer: a fitness and lifestyle blogger, a digital media maven, and a health coach, she is an all-around positive force. 

"I'm a fun loving wife and mother of 2 based out of the SF Bay Area! Living an active and healthy lifestyle can be a challenge for everyone. I love to blog and share my personal stories on both my accomplishments and failures, you can't have one without the other. I have this sick obsession with burpees and reusable water bottles, especially S'well Bottles. And my guilty pleasure happens to be Lindsay Lohan movies."

 (at Sightglass Coffee)


Sightglass Coffee is Joanne's choice for cold brew.

 (at Little Gem)

Little Gem is a perfect spot for those with dietary restrictions and those who enjoy delicious, healthy food. Plenty of vegan and gluten-free options, Joanne suggests the Bibimbap and the Korean Style Grilled Beef.

(at Seldom Seen)

With an exceptional jewelry selection and an array of finely curated wares, Seldom Seen can fulfill all of your style needs.

(at Golden Gate Bridge)

It's not a trip to San Francisco without a picture (or two!) in front of this iconic bridge.

(at As Quoted)


Joanne suggests the Almond Butter & Honey open faced sandwich and a green juice after a ride over the bridge.

(at Avant Barre)


Owner Nini Guenco has originated a workout that pulls from her ballet background. Guaranteed to be a fun and challenging workout!

(at Eat Dabba)

The Cajun Chicken Bowl is the "BOMB DOT COM."

(at Mint Studios)

A pilates, barre, and yoga studio. "Try their booty barre class, it'll get your buns burning."

(at Sutro Baths)

A former recreational swimming facility made in a NeoClassical style, the concrete ruins are now all that is left of the former educational and healthy retreat. It is part of the Golden Gate National Recreation Area since 1973.

(at Andytown Coffee Roasters)


Another great place to get a cup of coffee.

(at Flora Grubb Gardens)

A beautiful hidden away spot to make succulent arrangements, or buy beautiful plants for  your home. Not just a plant nursery, this garden has a coffee shop inside as well.


A big thank you to Cognition Cyclery!

Be sure to follow @gofitjo for more locally loved San Francisco spots. Check out With the Locals (@withthelocals)  for more information. Share your favorite places to cruise to on your bike - #localxbrooklynbikeco


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