Tag: trail stewards

Big Wins in 2021 and a Bright Future

Marin’s bike trail network expanded by 4 miles in 2021 and our Trail Stewards program is back in action following a long pandemic induced hiatus. Here are the off-road highlights of 2021 and the good news on the horizon.

Trail Days Return in December!

We are stoked to get back to building and maintaining trails! Following an almost two-year hiatus due to the pandemic, MCBC Trail Stewards are booking volunteer trail work days around the County. Join us on one of the following upcoming dates in December.

150 turn out for MCBC/NorCal Big Dig Day!

On February 1, the first annual MCBC/NorCal ‘Big Dig’ Day brought out 150 high school and middle school students to make improvements to trails in Northern and Southern Marin!

Support Marin Trails, Win a Rondo Ruut CF1!

For as little as $5, you can support MCBC’s efforts to expand off-road bicycling opportunities for a chance to win an amazing gravel bike prize package, headlined by the Rondo Ruut CF1 carbon gravel bike ($3899 value) and a Roval Traverse carbon 650b wheelset ($1600 value)!

Adventure Revival Course Preview

Marin County Bicycle Coalition, NorCal High School Cycling League, and a stellar team of sponsors are excited to present the inaugural Adventure Revival ride on September 7! Come join us for a gorgeous gravel ride through the coastal mountains of Marin, and support the two organizations’ programs to develop the next generation of trail advocates. Today, we’re previewing the three route options: Spicy, Medium, and Mild.

Trail Stewards Build Fresh Trail on Burdell; Round Two in March

On February 9, a group of 25 volunteers braved the cold, wet weather for the rare opportunity to dig fresh trail–and what will be the first bike-legal trail in Mt. Burdell Open Space Preserve. If you missed out, don’t fret; we’re heading out again on March 9.

Help Expand Access – Two Trail Days in February

We’re excited to kick-off 2019 with ambitious trail stewardship plans for the year, starting with two events in February that will help open five miles of new trails to bikes in 2019 and 2020. If you’ve never been out for a trail day before, we guarantee you’ll have a great time getting dirty–and for a good cause!