David, Dylan & Brendan David (Alumni)
Join Dylan's Tours on a fun bike tour of San Francisco and the Golden Gate Bridge!782 Columbus Avenue
San Francisco, CA 94133
Phone: (415) 932-6993
Dylan’s Tours is a sightseeing tour business in San Francisco that includes the Famous Driving Tour and Dylan's Landmark Bike Tour. Dylan and his brother Brendan run the bike tours out of their bike rental shop in San Francisco's Historic North Beach District. Dylan is proud to be a 100% local San Francisco business. Visit the bike shop and see the wall mural by SFWHS alumni Alexandra Murray Clash.
Community Discount: Free bike tour with bike rental.
Dow, Duncan (Parent)
Custom Bicycle building service. You know what you want in a bicycle, but it is not available off the rack.716 36th Ave.
San Francisco, CA 94121
Phone: (415) 386-3116
Cell: (415) 290-6700
If you are like me, you have been riding bikes for a long time and have found what components work best for you. You may have a desire to put together a touring bike for a bike trip, but no a Surley Long Haul Trucker or an REI. You may want a carbon bike with a triple crank to save your knees on Mt Tam. You may want it within a budget, let's do it.
Habegger, Larry (Parent)
Executive Editor and co-founder of travel book publisher853 Alma Street
Palo Alto, CA 94301
Phone: (650) 462-2110
Fax: (650) 462-2114
Founded in 1993, Travelers' Tales publishes the best travel writing from world-famous authors and emerging writers, with the goal to inspire and enlighten readers through true stories by travelers who have explored the depths of their experiences. The award-winning series includes: two annual collections of best travel writing; country guides; books that explore the themes of women's travel, spirituality, food, and humor; advice books; single-author travel narratives; and classic works from the past.
Habegger, Larry (Parent)
Editor-in-Chief of online destination discovery site106 Lincoln Blvd., The Presidio
San Francisco, CA 94129
Phone: (415) 324-8484x105
Fax: (415) 354-3449
Triporati is the place to go if you know what you'd like to do on your next vacation but don't know where to go. We've broken down travel experiences into 62 attributes to create a Vacation Genome, so when you use our Destination Discovery engine the places we suggest always match your interests. We gather our information from 80 bona fide travel experts who really know the countries they cover. Give it a try.
Macdonald, Kyle (Parent)
The Outdoors Empowered Network
A national network of independent programs that make wilderness accessible to youth through gear and support.P.O. Box 347171
San Francisco , CA 94134
Phone: (415) 516-9919
Cell: (415) 516-9919
We envision a world where youth organizations and schools, serving millions of children will utilize a network of local organizations which provide the resources and support they need to safely connect youth to nature. We seed and support these local programs, sharing resources and best practices, so that every community has access to outdoor equipment and the knowledge they need to connect young people to the living planet that we all share.
Pashayan, Angela R., Founder (Alumni Parent)
Yoga of Devotion & Children's Fund, 501 (c)(3) non-profit
Yoga and adventure travel, including Service to Those in Need a.k.a. 'giving back' to communities worldwide.One Embarcadero Center, Suite 500
San Francisco, CA 94111
Phone: (415) 623-2088
We provide basic humanitarian needs to children worldwide using the proceeds from teaching yoga. During International Trips, participants have the opportunity for cultural exchange, to try yoga, and to 'giving back' through community service. Trip proceeds benefit a community in need at the location where we visit donate time. Travel opportunities are offered to students and adults, or private groups.
Raffa, Damien (Parent)
Urbia Adventure League
San Francisco 'Sense of Place' Treasure Huntteam@urbikids.com
URBIA Adventure League invites San Franciscan kids and grown-ups to get outdoors and explore nature right here in the city! A growing number of urban families are discovering our new, local, seasonal adventure booklets which lead to those 'green spots' and hilltops that make up our city. 'Urbikids' receive a new adventure packet each season the old fashioned way: in their mailbox! Urbia Adventures offer new ways to learn about our city and world through developing kids' "sense of place."
Thurber, Brett (Alumni)
The New Wheel Electric Bikes
The New Wheel sells incredible electric bikes in San Francisco.420 Cortland Avenue
San Francisco, California 94110
Phone: (415) 524-7362
What should an electric bike be like? It should be easy to operate and maintain, like a bicycle. It should elegantly and seamlessly combine pedal power with a silent, powerful electric motor. It should be practical, designed to match the utility of an automobile. And it should be built of high quality components that will last. The New Wheel sells electric bikes that exceed the highest expectations.