When I moved to San Francisco I realized two things quickly: it's either a walking city or a biking city. And after a few months of putting too many miles on my tired feet I realized it was time for a bicycle. After getting my shiny new cruiser I realized another thing: I'd have to pedal up those famous hills. One too many out-of-breath rides later I learned about "The Wiggle" and bike riding in The City became much more enjoyable. Starting on Market Street, The Wiggle is a one-mile route that bypasses all major hills by zig zagging back and forth, thus sparing all your energy for a full day in Golden Gate Park where The Wiggle ends. Along your way you might stop off on Divisadero for toast and coffee at The Mill or dinner at Nopa.
What will your Wiggle story be?