In this volunteer spotlight, we learn about Solomon's Bar Mitzvah project and why he connects with Trips for Kids Marin so well.
On a typical trail ride in San Francisco, our youth were in for a memorable surprise. Adam Smith shares what happened in this story from the trail.
Celebrated annually in the United States, Take a Kid Mountain Biking Day is a day of bike advocacy and celebration recognized by the U.S. Congress. Organized by IMBA, bike groups around the country host events designed around introducing the next generation of kids to the sport of mountain biking. This year, Trips for Kids Marin participated in the fun with their own Take a Kid Mountain Biking Day event hosted in China Camp State Park which was free of charge to the local youth.
When riding bicycles, kids learn so much more than how to pedal. Trips for Kids Marin, Trail Ride leaders are always up for a quick geology lesson.
We strive to create challenging and rewarding experiences for all riders. Our trail ride distances and difficulty levels can be adjusted based on your group's skill and available time frame. With many Bay Area trails suitable for beginners to advanced riders, we've got a ride for everyone - See where we ride. As long as your … Continue reading Word on the trail is we have exciting program updates for 2017!
What happens when you bring 750 bike and bike-related companies and organizations, 1400 brands, and 20,000+ cycling and mountain biking enthusiasts together in Vegas for a three-day, non-stop celebration of all things BIKES? Interbike 2016 happens. Last month Trips for Kids made our annual pilgrimage to the Interbike trade show to meet, connect, engage and … Continue reading INTERBIKE 2016: The Youth Cycling Alliance, 500,000 #morekidsonbikes, and a big group hug!
When you’re a child growing up in the urban jungle, it can be hard to find ways to stay active and healthy. While research has shown that active kids do better in school, build stronger relationships, and lead healthier lives as adults, low-income children growing up in cities often lack safe green spaces where they … Continue reading From The Trail: Hugo’s Big Climb