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Learn to Ride



Bike riding is in Marin’s DNA — after all, the sport of mountain biking was started here. So from spandex clad groups huffing along the coast in West Marin to those who ascended dirt roads of Mount Tam, there’s no denying the omnipresence of this favored pastime. Brush up on skills or learn new ones this weekend with a ranger at the Stafford Lake Bike Park. This event is ideal for all ages. All skill levels are welcome and no experience is necessary. Wear comfortable athletic clothing and sturdy shoes. No pets (except service animals) are allowed at this park. Rain will cancel. For questions please contact Supervising Ranger Adam Craig at (415) 897-0618. Park entrance is waived for participants. To access the park from Hwy 101 in Novato, take the exit for San Marin Dr west 2.9 miles. Turn right onto Novato Blvd and follow for 2.6 miles. The park is on the left. Turn right after the gate house and follow to the last parking lot.

If You Go:
When: Sunday, April 30 from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m.
Where: Stafford Lake Bike Park
3450 Novato Blvd.
Novato, CA.
Cost: Free
marincounty.org

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