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SAN FRANCISCO Performance Bicycle

635 Brannan Street
Between 5th and 6th Street
San Francisco, CA 94107
(415)856-0230
Store Hours:
10:00AM-8:00PM Monday- Friday
10:00AM-7:00PM Saturday
10:00AM-6:00PM Sunday
All stores closed Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day.
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Meet the Manager
Ron is the Store Manager at our San Francisco location and he’s been a Performance employee since 2003. Ron has been riding for over 20 years, since the 1980’s, and was inspired to ride after watching Greg Lemond in the Tour de France. As a result, he likes to ride on road as well as cyclocross. His favorite places to ride are Half Moon Bay and on the legendary Mt. Tam.

Ron’s Ride Tip: Inflate and lubricate! Inflate your tires frequently, every 3 to 4 days and properly clean and lubricate your chain!

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What’s Happening?

Lunchtime Shop & Save
Every Tuesday Noon- 2:00pm. Take an additional 10% OFF any clothing and accessories purchase. Our Spin Doctors want to get you out there riding worry-free this season!
CLICK HERE to check out our free monthly in-store Spin Doctor clinic schedule.

East Bay Bicycle Coalition: Yes on Measure B1 Campaign

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Routes / Trails
The Great Ride Series - Beginner
You’re invited to join our beginner level Saturday morning group ride, starting and ending at Performance Bicycle. The ride is for beginners, those getting back in the saddle, or riders who want to add some variety to their cycling. The ride will last approximately one hour, and will go at an average pace of between 12 and 15 miles per hour. We’ll explore some of the local bike paths and some residential routes, as well. The ride will take place every Saturday morning at 9:00am and is a “No Rider Left Behind” ride. Come out and join us for this fun, non-competitive ride. We can’t wait to see you there.

Call store for more details.

Local Trails

Golden Gate Bridge to Tamalpais - Road
Description: It’s a great ride for training or just seeing nature - about 60 miles roundtrip
Difficulty: Intermediate to Advanced
Location: Take the bridge across, drop down into Sausalito, take the bike path to Mill Valley, climb Camino Alto to get to Larkspur, head towards Alpine Dam

Golden Gate Park Oval - Road
Description: Giant (1.1km) flat oval that surrounds the polo field - a free part of the park and all the same training you would do at Hellyer Velodrome
Difficulty: All Levels
Location: On the Lincoln side of the park - from Ocean Beach, turn right on Lincoln and a quick left into the park, follow the sign ¾ mile up toward South Lake to the left

Rodeo to Tennessee Valley (Marin headlands) - MTB
Description: This ride has long aerobic climbs, amazing views, fun descents, wildlife, and solitude. Plus you can ride there from downtown San Francisco
Difficulty: Intermediate
Location: Start at the Rodeo Lagoon, take Miwok Trail to Old Springs Trail to Tennessee Valley Trail to Coastal Trail to Coyote Ridge to Miwok Trail to Marincello Road to Bobcat Trail

We recommend that you confirm trail openings and locations with local resources.

Spin Doctor Mechanic
Daryl is the Spin Doctor Mechanic at our San Francisco location and he’s been a Performance employee since 2010. Daryl has been a mechanic for seven years and he is both Spin Doctor and Shimano S-Tec certified. He enjoys mountain biking and, for peace of mind and proper installation, he firmly believes that a torque wrench is the right tool for the job.

Daryl’s Ride Tip: Always check your tire pressure!