A4B is all about getting fair and reasonable access for mountain bikers to the trails on our public lands in Marin. The reasons that access is currently so restricted are political in nature. A4B exists in order to address these political reasons with political solutions, which include taking a direct role in trail access decisions by public land managers, electing officials who are willing to be fair about bike access, mobilizing mountain bikers to become a political force on their own behalf, and building an informed community of advocates for fair access.
Olema Valley Trail is one of the few multi-use trails in the Point Reyes National Seashore and it’s overgrown following an unseasonably wet post-draught winter. Come join MCBC and Access4Bikes on Saturday, October 29 as we repair a steep and eroded … Continue reading
Access4Bikes has had the opportunity to meet with Mike Coffino and is happy to endorse our first candidate for Judge. As a public defender and trial attorney Mike Coffino brings a unique perspective to the bench. Of the nine Bay Area counties, Marin alone has no judge with public defender experience. A well-rounded bench should include judges who devoted their careers to safeguarding the constitutional rights of the accused.
For more information on Mike, here is his website. Please consider a donation and remember to vote for Mike November 8th.
Access4Bikes is happy to report that everyone’s help is needed to finish making Landbridge bike legal. The information below is from MCOSD and A4B asks that as many of you who can attend, do so. The more pro-active, helpful and … Continue reading
In the open race for District 4 we are supporting Dominic Grossi. Dominic made the fall runoff and we feel Grossi is the best choice to provide steady, rational leadership on bike access, as well as other local issues. There … Continue reading
Access4Bikes is very happy to report that two of the new bike legal trails in Region 1 are under construction. The new golf course trails are in the oven, and the new trail that ends at Octopus Junction has been … Continue reading
Great article in the Peninsula Press, a Stanford University journalism publication, that paints a pretty accurate portrayal of the battles mountain bikers have in Marin http://peninsulapress.com/2016/04/22/mountain-biking-marin-county/ And our President, Vernon Huffman, is quoted and photographed. On the other side of … Continue reading
With the support of MMWD Board Member Larry Bragman, Access4Bikes and MCBC are working together for a Broom bust on Saturday April 2. Volunteers will focus on containing the spread of French and Scotch broom monocultures and also eradicate pioneer … Continue reading
Vernon Huffman, president of Access4Bikes, discusses opening trails to mountain bike access in Marin with Linda Novy, spokesperson for FootPeople. … Continue reading
The GGNRA published a report on their trail usage stats and we are happy to report that Dias Ridge is a great example of how multi-use trails work. As the information below illustrates, 45% of the trail users are cyclists. … Continue reading
Dear Access4Bikes Members and Supporters, We are writing this letter to discuss a new mountain bike effort that was recently started by the Sustainable Trails Coalition (STC). This new group formed in the summer of 2015 with the goal of … Continue reading