^ About 50 – 60 shredders came out for the Full “Pink” Moon.

Native American’s gave this fullmoon this name from the herb moss pink, or wild ground phlox, which is one of the earliest widespread flowers of the spring.

We met at Embarcadero South which was a GREAT spot to host the start of the FMBR!



^ We headed down Harbor Drive…


…and ended on Shelter Island where we found an abandoned bonfire still burning strong.

The ride was super mellow, we stuck together great, communicated clearly, and suffered only one flat.


Thanks everyone who came out! The next one will be May 3rd!

PS – Sorry for the grainy photos. Didn’t feel like bringing out the big camera…


Words + photos by Charlie Sears –

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