Ride With US! Explore East Bay Greenways and Bay Trail with Marin County Bicycle Coalition!
Richmond-San Rafael Bridge Ride Series Kicks Off March 14 – POSTPONED
New date to be scheduled – Stay tuned for updates.
Ride With Us on Saturday, TBD as we cross the Richmond-San Rafael Bridge by bike to check out three essential East Bay bike routes: the Richmond Greenway, Ohlone Greenway, and Bay Trail!
Whether you are a new or seasoned bike commuter looking for the best route to work, or someone looking for weekend exploration across the Bay, let us show you the way and connect you with fellow bike lovers!
The route will be a great introduction to exploring the East Bay by bike, with the Greenways and Bay Trail providing connections to transit (BART and ferry), parks, public art, dining/drinks, and other great destinations, including Rosie the Riveter National Historic Park.
The 30-mile ride is open to all ability levels and will take 3-4 hours, depending on your pace. We’ll have two groups in order to help keep people together with those riding at a similar pace. Those unable to complete the route are welcome to turn back early or take Golden Gate Transit Route 40 back to Marin.
WHAT: Explore East Bay Greenways and Bay Trail with Marin County Bicycle Coalition!
WHEN: Saturday, TBD, 9 AM – 1 PM
WHERE: Meet at Rustic Bakery, Marin Country Mart, 2257 Larkspur Landing Cir, Larkspur (across from the Larkspur Ferry Terminal)
REGISTER AT: https://bikethebridgemarch7.eventbrite.com
POST RIDE: We’ll hang out at Marin Brewing Company for refreshments (no-host bar).
Check our calendar for future rides. This is the first of many.
About the Series
Over the next 10 months, MCBC is holding a series of rides highlighting the incredible cycling opportunities and connections unlocked by the new Richmond-San Rafael Bridge multi-use pathway. Whether you are a new or seasoned bike commuter looking for the best route to work, or someone looking for weekend exploration by bike across the Bay, let us show you the way!
The rides are free, start at popular cycling destinations or transportation hubs, and will end with social gatherings. Each ride will have a unique focus, vary in distance, and will feature educational opportunities aimed at supporting emerging cyclists!
Richmond-San Rafael Rides are sponsored by the Metropolitan Transportation Commission in partnership with Marin County Bicycle Coalition.