MCBC Off Road

The Off-Road Program expands mountain biking opportunities through education, environmental stewardship and trail development. We are committed to bridging gaps in Marin’s trails network, while also maintaining and restoring existing trails. This effort is guided by the vision of one day riding from the Golden Gate Bridge to Point Reyes, all off-road.

Off-Road Program Goals

Improve opportunities for mountain bike access to singletrack
and multi-use trails by working with Marin Parks, MMWD, State Parks, GGNRA andPt. Reyes National Seashore to provide bike-friendly trails within and connecting these public lands.

Educate all trail users to have friendly and responsible interactions on trails and fire roads.

Build strong partnerships with land management agencies, environmental  and equestrian groups, and the NorCal High School Cycling League to strengthen stewardship of trails and roads, and help protect and restore sensitive habitat.

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MCBC Trail News Calendar

Did you miss the last trail work day? Didn’t get the word about a critical RTMP meeting?  Take a moment to visit the MCBC Trail News Calendar and subscribe.  You’ll see updates in your google or Apple/ICS calendar as soon as our Off-Road team posts them!

 

Off-Road Accomplishments

Recent projects and efforts.

more about MCBC Off Road

County Parks Video Highlights Measure A Results

Following an extensive vetting process, Marin County Open Space was able to start implementing new trail projects in 2016. They have opened 3.5 miles of new trails in Mill Valley and San Geronimo, with another two miles of trail under construction now. This video highlights one of those projects.

Two State Park Projects Need Trail Volunteers

In an effort to speed up progress on the Bill’s Trail change-in-use project, and to get the Shoreline Trail open at China Camp, MCBC is ramping up volunteer training and recruitment. We’d love to have you join our team of skilled trail building volunteers this fall!