Bike The San Francisco Bay Podcast – Free

Hey everyone here’s our first ever FREE podcast on San Francisco Photos (SFPhotorama.com) site. It’s called Bike The Bay in half a day.

Download it here for free. Link below. We will have more podcasts in the coming weeks so stay tuned. If you’d like to be kept up to date please register to receive our newsletters and every time we have a podcast we’ll send a reminder to everyone.

Basically this podcast will have you see a lot of the San Francisco sites and popular tourist attractions on a bike. So bring your camera and take lots of pictures. You can do it fast or slow. It’s all up to you.

Along the way you will see street cars, the Ferry Building, Pier 39, Fisherman’s Wharf, Musee Mecanique, Ghiradelli Square, Aquatic Park, Fort Mason, Crissy Field, St. Francis Yacht Club, the Wave Organ, the Presidio, Palace Of Fine Arts, Golden Gate Bridge, Fort Point, Marin Headlands and on down to Suasalito. Ferry back to San Francisco and along the way you’ll see Alcatraz, Angel Island.

It’s fun and I’ve done it 8 times so go out and do it and let me know what you think.

Bike The Bay Podcast – Download For FREE

Remember it’s 25 megabytes so it might take a little time to download. Also you can right click the link to the podcast above and it will download right to your desktop or just click on it and it will load in your web window.

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2 Responses to Bike The San Francisco Bay Podcast – Free

  1. Matt Bamberg says:

    Sounds like a great ride. I’ve written about 50 SF sites. Go here to see them: http://www.amazon.com/Greatest-Photo-Opportunities-San-Francisco/dp/1598638009

  2. Sailing & Yachting…

    [...] Along the way you will see street cars, the Ferry Building, Pier 39, Fisherman’s Wharf, Musee Mecanique, Ghiradelli Square, Aquatic Park, Fort Mason, Crissy Field, St. Francis Yacht Club, the Wave Organ, the Presidio, Palace Of Fine … [...]…

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