Casual Archive

Member Spotlight: James Bogin

Meet MCBC member James Bogin, an MCBC member for almost 25 years. Read about his cross-country bike adventure frin San Diego to Florida!

Top Ten Wins in 2023

Read about MCBC’s Top Ten Wins of 2023. Road Advocacy, Off-Road, Education and Cory’s Ride – there’s much to celebrate and more to do.

Ruby Bridges Day 2024 in Marin

Kids are fully back in school and many are using their own powerful feet to get there. Traffic reduction is key to calmer, safer streets which encourages more families to walk and bike to schools, further reducing traffic.

Cory’s Ride Looking Forward To 2024

Read the update on our 25 Cory’s Ride students from Marin City/Sausalito and San Rafael graduated from the program, the largest group yet!

Vote To Fund Cory’s Ride

Vote to fund Cory’s Ride and help get more kids on bikes. Vote on the County of Marin’s Paricipatory Budget site here: https://bit.ly/46fcRDH

Top Four Ways to Give and Make Biking in Marin Better This Tax Season

Donors like you are helping make biking in Marin safe, fun, and accessible. Thanks to you we are a growing organization, adding new programs and serving a wider, more diverse audience every year. As tax policies change, so do the opportunities for charitable deductions. Read more about the top four ways you can benefit from supporting MCBC before the end of the year.

Adventures at le Tour de France Femmes

Read all about MCBC Staff member, Liz Bernstein’s adventures in France following le Tour de France Femmes and riding epic Tour rides.

Cory’s Ride Summer Adventure with Play Marin

This summer Cory’s Ride had the pleasure of joining hands with Play Marin to work with students from MLK Middle School. This partnership quickly evolved into a transformative summer program that built community connections beyond just riding bikes.

Safe Routes Back to Schools

Kids are fully back in school and many are using their own powerful feet to get there. Traffic reduction is key to calmer, safer streets which encourages more families to walk and bike to schools, further reducing traffic.