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.
If you want more trails to ride, this is your chance to participate in the process. Please be there Sunday March 22. Public Invited to Share Thoughts at Region 1 Workshop Per the Road and Trail Management Plan approved in December 2014, … Continue reading
The Konocti Regional Trails group put together a great tri-fold on how to share trails. It’s a great reminder that sharing and safety is everyone’s responsibility. Click here or the image to see how to share trails. … Continue reading
Elsewhere in the Bay Area, public land management agencies are busy building more singletrack that is open to all recreational activities, including the fastest growing user group – mountain bikers. Crockett Hills Regional Park near the Carquinez Bridge -under the jurisdiction … Continue reading
Adventure Sports Journal just published a great online article about the situation in Marin that Access4Bikes is trying to fix. Read on to learn more about our plight and feel free to join and help if you can. http://adventuresportsjournal.com/biking/separate-and-not-equal … Continue reading
For the past 30 years, equestrians who are against mountain bikers have focussed on safety as the reason why bikes should not be allowed on trails. This is in spite of the fact that the State of California did a study … Continue reading
The story of mountain biking in Marin, and why Access4Bikes exists. … Continue reading
Very cool video that starts with the high wheelers of old, transitions into the history of mountain biking in Marin, and ends with the Grateful Dead. … Continue reading