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Crowds Expected at Fairfax’s Biketoberfest on Saturday

Are you going to Biketoberfest on Saturday? We have the live music schedule and participating breweries. What are you looking forward to? Tell us in the comments!

 

More than 5,000 cycling enthusiasts are expected to come to Fairfax on Saturday for the annual Biketoberfest Marin on Saturday, Oct. 13, from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m., at the Fair-Anselm Plaza.

As the Marin County Bicycle Coalition’s Tom Boss already outlined in a blog post on Patch, the event, hosted by the MCBC and Access4Bikes, will include: 

  • Cargo Bike Jubilee with bike parade, workshops and competitions
  • Live Music (see schedule below)
  • Family Activities
  • Brewfest with 30 beers from 18 West Coast Brewers
  • Bike expo with 70 exhibitors
  • Handmade bikes and bicycle museum
  • Group road and mountain bike rides

Last year the event raised $25,000 for MCBC and A4B. 

The MCBC is encouraging attendants to bike to the free event, which will have free bike parking. The brewfest tasting is $25 in advance or $30 day of. For more information, visit biketoberfestmarin.com. 

Going to Biketoberfest? Make sure you upload any photos you take to our gallery.

LIVE MUSIC SCHEDULE

Noon: Dogtown Ramblers

1:30 p.m.: Philip Der Stein Quintet

3 p.m.: Swamp Thang

4:30 p.m.: The Tribal Blues Band

 

PARTICIPATING BREWERIES:

21st Amendment

Alaskan Brewing

Anchor Brewing

Beer Guy

Broken Drum Brewery

Calicraft Brewing Company

Clif Family Winery (wine, not beer)

Green Flash Brewing Co.

Strike Brewing Co.

Iron Springs Pub & Brewery

Lagunitas Brewing Co.

Lucky Hand Brewing

Mavericks (Half Moon Bay Brewing)

Mill Valley Beerworks

New Belgium Brewing

Ninkasi Brewing

Pizza Orgasmica

Sierra Nevada Brewing Co.

Speakeasy

Tieton Cider Works

Van Houten Brewing Co.

 


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