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The Bicycle Works
1117 San Anselmo Ave, San Anselmo, CA 94960

Directed by Jelani Bertoni and Spokey Godfrey, The Bicycle Works is a non-profit bicycle co-op providing Marin'sMore community a space for workshops, classes and creative collaboration on all things concerning bicycles. This hands-on environment is dedicated to  suppling community members, who have taken an interest in bicycling, with the knowledge, skills, tools and materials for bicycle-related activities and bicycle mechanics, maintenance, building and repair. Volunteer mechanics are on hand to assist, teach and answer questions.

Support through donations are fully tax-deductible. Contact The Bicycle Works at the telephone number provided to speak to a representative and learn more.


City Cycle San Francisco
702 San Anselmo Ave, San Anselmo, CA 94960
Paradigm Cycles is a full-service specialty bicycle shop in the San Anselmo community. In addition to bicycles forMore purchase, Paradigm provides bicycle fittings, special orders, free service estimates, and maintenance by expert mechanics. Competent salespeople help make sure that customers go home with the right bike, offering quality machines that can satisfy a professional cyclist, commuter, or even the first time rider. Visit the Paradigm Cycles website to learn about upcoming news events.
Marin County Bicycle Coalition
733 Center Blvd, Fairfax, CA 94930
The Marin County Bicycle Coalition (MCBC) has been the premier cycling advocacy and education organization in MarinMore since its inception in 1998. MCBC has a number of branches, including advocacy for cyclists' safety at the state and national level, allocation of funds for bike pathways and bike boulevards under the Non-Motorized Transportation Pilot Project, education and outreach about traffic laws for cyclists and Safe Routes for School - which attempts to get more children biking and walking to school. With cycling as one of the most popular sports in Marin, the organization, whose headquarters are in Fairfax, has a large presence throughout the county. MCBC is a nonprofit and residents can volunteer at a number of events, including Bike to Work Day in May.
Sunshine Bicycle Center
737 Center Blvd, Fairfax, CA 94930
Sunshine Bicycle Center is a bike sales and repair shop that has been located in Fairfax since 1971. Locally owned andMore independently opereated, it offers cutting edge bikes such as Gary Fisher, Moots, Trek, Surly, Turner and Cannondale. The store is also filled with a large selection of bike accessories, from parts and tools to helmets, shoes, sunglasses, clothing and more. Services include professional bike fitting, repairs & maintenance, builds & rebuilds, tuneups, custom machining, fork straightening, refurbishing bikes, brakes, forks or wheels. This shop serves everybody from kids just learning to ride a bike to professional racers.
Fair-Anselm Plaza
733 Center Blvd, Fairfax, CA 94930
Fair-Anselm Plaza, managed by LRG Capital, is in the heart of Fairfax. The shopping center features Iron Springs BrewMore Pub, Fairfax Nails, Julie Sousa Salon, a U.S. Post Office, Sunshine Bicycles, the Community Wellness Center, Good Earth Natura Foods, Picaroto Cleaners and other businesses.  
Gestalt Haus
28 Bolinas Rd, Fairfax, CA 94930
Gestalt Haus is a Hofbräuhaus - German brewery - geared toward cyclists in the Fairfax, Marin CountyMore area. It serves up brews and brats for pre- and post-ride comradarie. Cyclists of all kinds are encouraged to join the fun, and indoor bicycle parking is available. Stop by for a pit stop, some good fare or even to play board games.
Fairfax Cyclery
2020 Sir Francis Drake Blvd, Fairfax, CA 94930
Fairfax Cyclery, located in the heart of the mountain-biking universe, is uniquely geared to serve beginning bikers asMore well as the hard-core riders that populate this area. With a wide-ranging inventory of high-quality bicycles and biking products, including clothing, helmets, shoes, tires, tubes and accessories, Fairfax Cyclery offers the best in sales and expert customer service to its clientele.
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