Tamarancho Trail Work Schedule announced

Tamarancho Trails need you this winter! Time to do some much needed trail work to mitigate winter impacts and fix some stuff from lots of summer use.

Workdays are Saturdays, December 8 & 15 and January 5, 10 and 15.

Meet at the Ranger Station parking lot at the end of Iron Springs rode right in camp. This is the day you get to drive your car!

Bring water, sturdy shoes, gloves and a snack. You are welcome to ride but those might not be optimal clothes for working. Your call.

No experience needed.

Tamarancho Trail Work season starts next week, and as usual continues into January. Dates this year are Sat. Dec. 8 & 15, and Jan. 5, 10 & 17.  Meet at main parking lot at 10:00, steady rain cancels

For something different, the following Sundays are scheduled for Flow Trail work: Sun. Dec. 9 & 16, Jan. 6, 11, & 18.
Meet at the log ride area at 10:00, steady rain cancels.

Biketoberfest is Coming! Saturday, October 13th, 2018

From the MCBC website:  

WHEN: Saturday, October 13, 2018 11:00 am – 5:00 pm
WHERE: FAIRFAX, CA – Birthplace of the mountain bike!
FairAnselm Plaza 765 Center Blvd. Fairfax, CA 94930 (next to Iron Springs Pub)
LIVE MUSIC: The Pulsators
BREWFEST: Sampling of 35 beers from 20 California brewers in a souvenir glass!

The long-running, MCBC late-fall celebration of bikes, music, food and family fun – plus a stellar brewfest! This fun-filled event brings everyone together –  including commuters, roadies, mountain bikers, BMXers, fixie devotees, cargo-carriers, e-bikers, touring aficionados and even the bike-curious!  Every year’s Biketoberfest seems to get a little bigger and the tickets go even faster – so put this festive event on your calendar now!

Biketoberfest Highlights include more than 70 exhibitors and a handmade bike show – 35 varieties of beer from 20 West Coast brewers – Live Music – plus pre-event road and mountain bike rides with Bay Area frame builders and cycling luminaries – Delicious food from local vendors!

Look for the special Early-Bird ticket offer, or let us know if you want to be part of the Biketoberfest Event crew!

Fundraiser for A4B at Marin Pizza, September 12th

Marin's got a new pizza destination and they're all about supporting A4B, so show up and support them and us at the same time! Marin Pizza is generously donating 10% of all sales during the fundraiser to Access4Bikes. 

Come down and enjoy some great food, meet the A4B crew and learn more about what you can do to improve the mountain bike experience in Marin!

What: Fundraiser for Access4Bikes

When: September 12th, 2018, 5:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Where: 107 Corte Madera Town Center - Under the clock tower,
Corte Madera, CA 94925


MCOSD Public Comment Period for Eagle Rim Trail Project

To comment online, go hereDeadline for the comment period is September 14, 2018. 

A brief description of the project from MCOSD's website: "The Marin County Open Space District (MCOSD) proposes to improve the sustainability of the existing Eagle Rim Trail to support incorporation into the MCOSD trail system designated for hikers and cyclists. The proposed Eagle Rim Trail would be a 4,815-foot long single-track trail, with an average grade of 9.34 percent, that predominantly meanders along the northwestern corner of the Mount Burdell Open Space Preserve. Proposed improvements would ensure the trail is properly drained, minimize future maintenance, improve sustainability, and improve user safety. For more info, go here.

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Join us for Give Back Tuesdays at Iron Springs on April 10th, 4:00pm - 10:00pm!

Come dine with your entire family at Iron Springs in Fairfax, where 10% of the proceeds will go to Access4Bikes Foundation. We are gearing up for major trail repair work at China Camp State Park and we need to raise funds for the material and equipment rentals. Please make this your night out!Come learn more about our work and support our trail stewardship projects at the same time! 


Access4Bikes Giveaway

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In return for your donation in support of our work in opening trails in Marin County, Access4Bikes is giving away two sweet prizes:

Grand Prize: An all-new, redesigned 2019 Specialized S-Works Stumpjumper. You pick the wheel size, travel and color! 

Runner-up: A 2-night, 3-day stay at The Lodge at Nakoma. Situated in beautiful Clio, the Lodge is one of the best places to stay and ride the epic trails of Mills Peak, Mt. Elwell, Downieville and more. 

Scroll down for more info.


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A $10 donation to Access4Bikes will enter you once to win one of the above prizes, $50 gets you six entries for the prize of your choice! 

Drawing will be held on May 26th, 2018 at our annual Ales and Trails at China Camp State Park, San Rafael. You do not need to be present to win.

If you've been before, you know all about the good times, great beer, great food, group rides, bike demos and live music that goes down at Ales and Trails. If not, come check out how Access4Bikes raises money for—and celebrates—all things mountain bike in Marin! 

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Marin County Board of Supervisors Meeting, January 9, 2018

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When: Tuesday, January 9, 2018, 9:00am

Where: 3501 Civic Center Drive Room 330, San Rafael, CA 94901

What: Marin County Board of Supervisors Meeting. From the county's website: "The Board will hear a request from Parks to receive presentation on the use, oversight, and reporting of Measure A expenditures by Marin County Parks and farmland, local parks, and community organization subrecipients. Voters approved a quarter-cent sales tax in November 2012, and it has generated about $12 million per year for care of open spaces, waterways, regional and local parks, farmland, streams, baylands, wildlife and other natural lands. The presentation describes recent staff and partner uses of the funding."

More info here and  here.