National Trails Day, Italian Street Painting Marin, Marin County Fair and so much more! MCBC Opportunities to Get Involved

Whether you are tending to the trails with other mountain bikers, parking bikes to reduce auto traffic at major events or just helping to spread the word about the work we are doing together through MCBC, you’ll find many ways to get involved with your local bike community. Here are some great opportunities to join in on the fun!

IMG_20140419_102655190June 4th- National Trails Day

National Trails Day is the nation’s largest celebration of trails and the outdoors. Help enhance our trail systems, meet fellow park lovers, and enjoy a celebration of our great park! Bike friendly trail projects include: 680 Trail – Marin County Parks and Bullfrog Trail – Marin Municipal Water District

June 11th and 12th- Fairfax Festival

The Fairfax Festival embodies the values that are dear to all Marinites: community, family, social responsibility, sustainability and, of course, a great party. We’ll be on hand to talk about the great work MCBC is doing and providing our famous valet bike parking services.

June 25th and 26th- Italian Street Painting Marin

Volunteer to help us with bike parking and get free admission to the event! The San Rafael street painting event returns June 25 & 26! Experience a street painter’s view of Venice at Carnevale di Venezia!

MarinFair2015BikeParkingJune 30- July 4th- Marin County Fair

Free admission to all MCBC volunteers! Help us park bikes during the day and then go enjoy the show! Performers include: June 30 – The Wallflowers, July 1- Kool and The Gang, July 2- Shelia E.
July 3 – Plain White T’s, July 4- Foreigner. Tickets go fast, so be sure to sign-up today!


Looking Ahead:
July 31- Jane Fondo
July 30- San Rafael Sunset Criterium
August 2- Marin Century

August 29- Mt. Tam Dirt Fondo
September 3- 5- Sausalito Art Festival
September 24- Jensie Gran Fondo of Marin


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