MCBC Volunteer Opportunities Join the MCBC Crew at Bike to Work Day & Fairfax Festival!

MCBC volunteers power everything we accomplish.  Whether reducing traffic to events by wrangling two-wheeled transport at our valet bike parking, helping to spread the word through outreach efforts, or acting as stewards through trail maintenance efforts, more than 750 MCBC members pitched in last year to contribute more over 3,000 hours.

As we ramp up for the 2016 Bay Area “I Like to Ride My Bicycle” Bike to Work Day festivities, we need your help to get the word out, assist riders on the biggest bike day of the year and help pull off some serious celebrations. You probably have noticed some of the the listings in our new Marinbike.org Event Calendar section, but here are two big events happening soon – click through below to cover a short shift and be a part of the MCBC Experience!

Bike to Work Day May 12

We are always excited for Bike to Work Day – celebrating everyone who chooses to ride a bike to work, on errands or just enjoyment!
With key routes throughout Marin, we need extra help to cheer everyone on, keep the goodie bags flowing and make the day another excellent event!

Please join us at one of our Super Energizer Stations to keep that experience going!

We will be on hand for the morning commute at key locations passing out swag bags, goodies, and sheer enthusiasm as riders across the county cruise to work lifted by your efforts.

Volunteer here to help with Bike to Work Day! Or help prepare the goody bags on Saturday, May 7!

Fairfax Festival June 11 & 12

Join us on June 11 and 12 for the annual celebration of Fairfax as we park bikes and a lot of them! This festival draws a crowd from near and far many of whom flock to Fairfax on their trusty 2 wheeled steeds. Bike parking is an invaluable service to our local communities to help reduce traffic during the event.

Volunteer here to help with bike parking during the Fairfax Festival!

Check out all of the upcoming Volunteer Opportunities Here!

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