A few weeks ago, a start-up called Leap Transit started running a fancy-ass service that takes people from the Marina to the Financial District in private buses with comfy leather seats, reclaimed wood paneling, free Wi-Fi, USB outlets, organic snack bars, and $7 kale juice for purchase. Because, after all, no Marina girl should have to commute without overpriced raw cold-pressed juice.
Obviously there's something inherently irksome about Leap and it's $6 fare, but still... we couldn't help but think that maybe if the buses were super-catered to OTHER neighborhoods, they’d be kind of amazing? Maybe if they were like THIS, for example?
You'll never have to freeze your butt/head/feet/hands/arms/legs/fingers/toes off walking home from a gnarly OB session again. These buses come complete with padded surfboard racks that fit boards up to 9.5ft long. Just hand the concierge up to three boards from your quiver and he'll valet them for you, leaving you free to warm up using the personalized heaters placed by every seat. Hot coffee and cold beer are both available for purchase through the app, as are flax seed wheat grass smoothies and Gordo's burritos. Locals only, please.