HALF DAY RIDES ARE PERFECT WAY TO GET ACTIVE OUTDOORS AND EXPLORE THE BEAUTIFUL SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA AWAY FROM THE TOURIST TRAPS AND OUT OF SAN FRANCISCO'S OFTEN FOGGY WEATHER. 

THE DAY'S ROUTE IS Customized BASED ON YOUR EXPERIENCE AND SKILL LEVEL, SO IT'S PERFECT FOR THE EXPERIENCED SINGLETRACK SHREDDER, A CASUAL FAMILY VACATION RIDE, AND EVERYTHING IN BETWEEN.

 

TOUR SCHEDULE

Morning Ride

9:05am- Pickup at the Larkspur Ferry (35 minute scenic ride from downtown)

9:30am- Make sure your rental bike is adjusted for you and hit the trails

1-2pm- Drop off at Larskpur Ferry or Marin Brew Co for a celebratory beer

Afternoon Ride

2:00pm- Pickup at the Larkspur Ferry (35 minute scenic ride from downtown)

2:30pm- Make sure your rental bike is adjusted for you and hit the trails

6-6:30pm- Drop off at Larskpur Ferry or Marin Brew Co for a celebratory beer

We can often accommodate custom itineraries, and alternate times to fit your schedule. Contact us for more details.

WHAT'S INCLUDED

Pickup from the Larkspur ferry (alternate transportation available)

Front Suspension bike and helmet (Full-Suspension upgrades available)

2-3 hour guided mountain bike ride

Snacks, water and post-ride beer

Entry into the Marin Museum of Cycling

PRICING

$199 for 1 adult

$175 per adult for 2

$150 per adult for 3+

$100 per child

Contact us for larger groups, generally up to 25

Great riding and stunning scenery

Family and Kids rides available

Custom routes tailored to your ability

Jamie and I really enjoyed our mountain bike trip with Mark! The ride was exactly the challenge and experience we wanted for the afternoon after attending conferences!
— Tara and Jamie, Lexington, KY

Marin County, CAlifornia the birth of a sport

Marin County is the birthplace of the Mountain Bike. Back in the early 1970s a group of young men and women started riding their Klunker paperboy bikes up and down the fire protection roads in the county.  While some would argue they weren't the only (or even first ones) to start taking bikes up and down mountains, it was their modification of their cruiser bikes, adding of handbrakes and eventually derailleur and multiple gears that get them credit with the birth of the sport. Come ride the birthplace with mountain Bike SF.

Read more history here