Off-Road Eco-Biking in Fairfax

The Town of Fairfax invites you to ride Fairfax roads and trails while respecting neighbors, local businesses, wildlife and nature. Together in partnership with Marin County Bicycle Coalition, Marin County Parks and Fairfax’s bike-friendly businesses, we’ve crafted and distributed a Biking Fairfax flyer.


Fairfax is home to many unique, threatened, keystone & endangered species. You may see the Northern Spotted Owl, yellow legged frogs, salamanders, bats, snakes, mountain lions, bobcats, deer, unique butterflies, woodpeckers, song birds, hawks, and many other wild animals that call our town home.


• Ride only on designated fire roads & trails.
• Speed limit is 5 mph or less when passing others.. Max speed limit is 15 mph.
• Bike riders yield to hikers, equestrians and wildlife.
• Be respectful of neighbors and wildlife by keeping voices down

Get your Eco-Bike flyer at the following Fairfax locations:

The Lodge
Sunshine Bicycles
Java Hut
Splitrock Tap & Wheel
Iron Springs Pub
Marin Service Course
Krakatoa Bikes
Gestalt Haus
Marin Museum of Bicycling
Fairfax Coffee Roastery

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