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Trips for Kids Marin Trail Rides: Where kids can be kids!
Introducing Build-a-Bike. A new opportunity for corporate team building and a chance to fill a critical need for Trips for Kids Marin. Learn about this unique bike mechanic and ride program offered for adults.
In celebration of Trips for Kids Marin's 30th Anniversary, a gala was held on October 19th, 2018 at the Mill Valley Community Center. Get a full event recap here.
Check out Photos from the Big Day Our second annual Take a Kid Mountain Biking Day festival took place on Saturday, October 6th at Miwok Meadows in China Camp State Park. It was a smash hit with record turn out, an abundance of smiles, and a boost of self-esteem for all those who participated. Trips … Continue reading Take a Kid Mountain Biking Day 2018
On a mountain biking trail ride in China Camp State Park, youth from the Canal Welcome Center experience the phenomenon known as Trail Magic.
As a Bay Area youth cycling organization, we are truly lucky to offer our programs in Marin County’s many open spaces. Learn about our adventures at Stafford Lake Bike Park and Rush Creek Preserve.
In celebration of 30 years, Trips for Kids Marin is hosting an online auction. Bidding will be live from September 17th - October 19th. Money raised will go to ensuring more Bay Area youth have access to our bicycle programs for decades to come. We are currently seeking donations of products and services to be auctioned off, providing perks to those who participate.
Trips for Kids Marin has a team of highly skilled, passionate staff who enjoy sharing their enthusiasm for biking while giving back to the community in the best way they know how. Here’s what some of our Re-Cyclery Bike Shop staff shared about their biking history and why they love working here.
At age 8, could you have imagined competing in a triathlon alongside adults? That is just what this incredible young man did. Not only that, Massimo "Mo" has decided to use his competitions to fundraise for causes he believes in.