Buy a Brick on Our Mt. Tam Legacy Wall!

A great way to support the Marin Museum of Bicycling and the Mountain Bike Hall of Fame!

Situated in a prime location in downtown Fairfax on the busy corner of Sir Francis Drake and Claus Drive, the Legacy Wall is over 33 feet long and 4 feet high.

Its design is the profile of the famous “Sleeping Maiden,” Mt. Tamalpais, including her three peaks and Bolinas Ridge.

Red brick tiles on the wall feature custom-engraved messages from Museum/Hall of Fame supporters. The Legacy Wall serves as the main street sign for the Museum and has become a major landmark in the Town of Fairfax. Your brick tile purchases are tax-deductible donations, supporting the capital costs of the museum.

Your legacy will live on in your choice of three brick sizes, 4” x 8”, 8” x 8” or 12” x 12”.  Each size has its own configuration details for engraving. All bricks come with plain text engraving. If you like, logos and custom graphics can be included on the 2 larger sizes for an additional $75 per brick.

You may order multiple bricks in any combination of sizes.  Click here to order online or download the order form to mail to us with your check.

$  250      4×8  Inscribed Brick (includes 1 year free museum membership)
$  500      8×8  Inscribed Brick (includes 1 year free museum membership) (custom graphics available*)
$1,000   12×12 Inscribed Brick (includes 2 year free museum membership) (custom graphics available*)

Extras:

  • Custom graphics setup charge $75 (Plain text is included in base price)
  • Extra copy of brick $50 (any size, but only if purchased with original order)
  • Printed donor’s acknowledgement certificate suitable for framing $15

Be a part of cycling history—be a part of the wall!

 

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2 comments

  • JEANNE MICHEL July 5, 2021   Reply →

    Hello, I was wondering if anyone has bought a brick in memory of Laurence Malone, who recently passed away. I’m thinking of doing that. My brother is Mark Michel, of Santa Cruz, who was owner of the Bicycle Trip shop while he and Berri were married. He and Laurence were team members of the first mountain bike team, Specialized.

    • Marc Vendetti July 8, 2021   Reply →

      Not yet Jeanne, that would be awesome to see a brick for Laurence. So sad that he died like he did. Thanks, Marc

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