The SFSG boasts close to 300 online members, and around 25 Big Patch members, an honor reserved for riders who have been with the group for more than four months and show support to the community and service to the club, says SFSG president Julie Gantner.
"Any girl, any scooter" is the motto SFSG lives by.
SFSG meets Thursday evenings to talk shop about scooter safety and maintenance and to share riding tips.
They will wear the new SFSG insignia which is a dagger, like that worn by special forces, run through by a lightning flash as well as the cap badges of their parent units.
Previously, the kind of tasks assigned to the SFSG have been done by other units.
They retain the cap badges of their parent units and also wear SFSG
insignia - a dagger and lightning flash.
SFSG served as the primary conduit for San Francisco big business "soft-money"--contributions used on behalf of a candidate by a committee that is, at least in theory, not controlled by the candidate.
In response to complaints that his efforts skirted the intent of the city's campaign finance law, SFSG's Mark Mosher, who operated the organization while on leave from his job as director of the Committee on Jobs--another big business front group--replied "it's just free speech." But it was expensive speech; the Sensible San Franciscans alone spent $535,605 of a total $815,000 in business money.
They will wear the new SFSG
insignia - a dagger and lightning fork - as well as the cap badges of their parent units.