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NorCal: 32 Miles Hosted By The Marin Marauders
March 15, 2020@ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
To The Top Of Mt. Tam We Go!
32 Miles, Rolling Hills and Steep Climbs
Meet: 8:00 AM
Ride-Out: 8:30 AM
Heavy Rain Cancels
The Marin Marauders is a warm and welcoming AIDS Lifecycle training group based in Marin County. Our rides are geared towards getting cyclists ready for the AIDS Lifecycle. If you live in Marin, this group is perfect for you. If you live in San Francisco, avoid the fog and crowds of the Golden Gate Bridge, and join the group that starts in beautiful and sunny (mostly!) Marin.
The eleventh ride in our series takes us over familiar territory out to Fairfax, where we take a brief stop to top up our water bottles, because from here, we take Bolinas Road and begin climbing over to stunning Alpine Dam. After a rest and a few obligatory selfies at the Dam, we’ll continue climbing through the trees (and a switchback or two) to reach Ridgecrest Road and the joy of the seven sisters. At the Rock Springs parking lot, we have the option of the highly rewarding 6 mile out-and-back to the peak of Mount Tam, or, heading immediately on the descent to Mill Valley. Either way, we’ll regroup at Joe’s Taco Shop in Mill Valley, for a celebration of the days achievement. A short ride over Camino Alto (which will seem like a mere inconvenience after the days earlier climbs) will bring us back to our start.
We meet at the park opposite Marin General Hospital on Bon Air Road in Greenbrae, and ride on Sunday. The series (from January to May) will start off slow and easy – and each week add on a few miles, and few hills, and you will learn a few new techniques.
Our AIDS/LifeCycle official training rides are an inclusive and safe space welcoming ANY and ALL, regardless of skill level or cycling pace.
All skill levels are welcome! If any ride is too much, we will work with you on making sure you have alternatives to the entire route. You will have a great bike ride and meet some cool people. That’s a win!
If you are interested in attending, please be sure to RSVP. Have questions? Contact Ken Cook at email@example.com
REQUIRED ITEMS: bike, helmet, water bottle(s), tire changing tools
When coming to our events, we have been politely asked to park further down Bon Air or on S. Elisio thus making access to the park greater for the general public. Thank you in advance for parking not directly in front of the park.RSVP
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