It’s All Happening at The Museum!

Come and enjoy a variety of happenings at the Marin Museum of Bicycling. We host a wide range of activities including films, slide shows, speakers, celebrations, “Happy Hour” member appreciation parties, field trips and more!

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Most events are suitable for the whole family. Members of Marin Museum of Bicycling usually get discounted or free admission to events.

Have you visited the museum yet? Museum admission is included in each event’s ticket price. Your purchases directly support our nonprofit and its educational programs.

A visit to the museum in downtown Fairfax is fascinating for cyclists and non-cyclists alike. If you’re here for a museum event, plan to spend some time taking in the sights and sounds of our favorite small town. Enjoy one of the town’s many fine eateries and then be ready to head on over to the museum!

If you plan to be in the area in late summer, check out our signature event—the Mountain Bike Hall of Fame Induction Weekend. The mountain bike community’s celebration of the year honors people who have made extraordinary contributions to our sport. It’s a weekend filled with great rides, food, drink, friends, cycling royalty and talented people from all over the world.

For information about what’s happening, check our Events Calendar to the left for future events and the featured event listings below. Museum members get advance notice of all upcoming events.

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Not a member? Be sure to sign up on our email news list so you can receive event announcements! Or better yet, become a member today!

FEATURED EVENTS

  • Wed
    08
    Mar
    2017

    From City to Wildlands: Rides to Iconic Off-Road Adventure Destinations

    7:00 pmMarin Museum of Bicycling

    Why not just walk out your door, get on your bike and pedal into the wild? For local rides, most cyclists do exactly that. But what about faraway destinations? A trio of Adventure Cyclists took on the challenge of finding multi-use dirt trails and riding from major cities to world-class places of recreation. Kurt Gensheimer, James Adamson and Justin Schwartz call their group The Commute Crew.

    In this talk, Kurt, James and Justin use video and photography to highlight two backcountry mountain bike rides, each a week long: A 420-mile adventure from Lake Tahoe to San Francisco, and a 421-mile trek from Salt Lake City to Moab, Utah. Both rides incorporated as much singletrack as possible. They show what can be done now, and share ideas for better access and more infrastructure. Their talk will inspire the adventurous soul while asking the question, "what can we do to better connect where we live with where we recreate?"