The Arthritis Foundation's California Coast Classic Bike Tour is a scenic bike ride that takes place over 8 days and covers 525 miles along the coast on Highway 1. The Tour starts in the heart of San Francisco and ends in the iconic Pacific Palisades of Los Angeles.
The California Coast Classic benefits the Arthritis Foundation by raising vital funds needed to find a cure for arthritis. Money raised provides educational resources for adults and children, scholarships for our National Juvenile Arthritis Conference, kids' camps and much more.
Date: 09/09/2017 06:00
Peak Crowd Size: 200
09/09/2017 at 06:00
09/09/2017 at 09:00
Embarcadero North St
North Point Street
Van Ness Ave
Fort Mason bike path
bike path next to Marina Blvd
bike path next to Old Mason St.
Crissy Fields Ave
El Camino Del Mar
Legion of Honor Dr./ 34th Ave
El Camino Del Mar
...and then into Daly City (already have permitted through them)
The medical group supervisor or the event coordinator must contact the dispatch supervisor at DEC (phone: 415-575-0737) to take responsibility for the event footprint at the beginning of each operational period and release responsibility for the footprint at the end of each operational period.
✓ Accepted by: Eli Campbell at 07/28/17 09:21:26 AM
All event safety personnel will have a list of contact info and will be communicating as specified in the Medical Assets section In case of emergency during the event, the event coordinator can be reached at all times at:
✓ Accepted by: Eli Campbell at 07/28/17 09:20:41 AM
All contracted medical interventionists will be active, current, and in good-standing at the time of the operational period. The event producer will ensure that a complete staff list is provided no less than one week prior to the first operational period.
This staff list will include the following information for each contracted medical interventionist:
✓ Accepted by: Eli Campbell at 08/02/17 04:15:19 PM
A written MCI plan and an approved MCI Kit will be present at the event. All contracted responders will be briefed and trained on their contents and use. (see the San Francisco MCI plan here.)
✓ Accepted by: Eli Campbell at 08/02/17 04:30:00 PM
Use this section to add any additional supporting documents, e.g. maps, additional staff/contact lists, crisis plans, etc.