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16 November 2019
Richmond-San Rafael Bridge – The New Bicycle & Pedestrian Pathway: 16 November 2019
I decided to participate in the celebration of the opening of the bridge for bicyclists, along with approximately 3,500 other bicycle riders. At 10:00 a.m. I rode my bicycle from the eastern terminus of the Richmond-San Rafael Bridge across the bridge. I then arrived at Point San Quentin, the western terminus of the bridge which is adjacent to San Quentin State Prison. I later cycled back across the bridge to Richmond.
Click on an image to view the full-size photograph. I took this photograph of the Richmond-San Rafael Bridge from the Tiburon Peninsulaon 6 December 2018.
Track data was collected by a Garmin GPS
On the Richmond Trail and heading towards the bridge.
Point San Quentin
A view of the bridge from Point San Quentin is hidden by a heavy fog covering.
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