ADVENTURE RIDE WITH A GRAVEL BIKE
Looking for some adventure? Want to get off the beaten path and explore the hundred miles of country roads and mixed terrain Marin has to offer? Or maybe you want to load up your gear with our rental Specialized bikepacking bags and get away from it all with a camping trip to the coast.
We do our rentals at the Marin Museum of Bicycling in Fairfax, but can also meet groups at the Larkspur ferry or deliver bikes for a fee.
You can also hire a guide to show you the way. Come ride with us!
2019 Specialized Sequoia Adventure bikes- $70/day, $400/week
2019 Specialized Sequoia- $70/day, $400/week
Great on the road, gravel, or loaded for a bikepacking adventure
- Size 50-58 available. Size Chart Below
Sequoia Size Chart
Specialized Bikepacking Bags- $30/day ($10 additional days), $80/week
Available as an add on when you book your bike above or rented separately.
Complete Set ($350 retail price) includes:
- Burra Burra 20L seatbags
- Burra Burra Framepack- 5 or 8 L depending on bike size
- Handlebar Stabilizer harness and 23L drybag
- Top tube Bag
- Optional Stuff Cages
Specialized Carbon Road bike
Contact us for our current road bike fleet availability
BIKE PICKUP AND DROPOFF
Bike pickup is by appointment in downtown Fairfax, and drop off is available anytime during the rental period. Delivery is available for a fee or minimum spend.
Reservations are required and we do pickups by appointment. Rental period is from as early as 9 am to 6 pm. We can usually accommodate early pickups and late drop offs if your bike isn't booked for the previous or next day.
The gravel or bikepacking bike of your choice, setup for you with flat pedals (SPD road or mountain, Time and Crank Brothers available)
Seat bag with tube, pump/CO2, tire levers, patch kit and multi-tool
Great riding and stunning scenery
Family and Kids rides available
Custom routes tailored to your ability
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.