We Have Transformed the Lives of
Over 30,000 Underserved Youth

Trips for Kids Marin helps build self-esteem, inspire healthy lifestyles and
instill environmental values through our cycling programs

Building
Self-esteem

We help kids understand the positive value
they have in the world and that they can
make a difference.

Inspiring
healthy lifestyles

Through cycling, kids learn about the
benefits of exercise and the role of a healthy
diet.

Instilling
environmental values

Just being outdoors exposes kids to the
wonders of nature and their connections to
our planet.

Re-Cyclery Bike Shop

Bike donations and shop sales help put more kids on bikes.

The Re-Cyclery is more than just a bike store; it keeps bikes out of landfills by putting them back on the streets as affordable, environmentally-friendly transportation. Our shop offers the best bicycling bargains in the Bay Area; it’s where you’ll find deeply discounted prices on new and used bikes, parts, accessories and bike clothing.

The best bicycling bargains in the Bay Area are at our shop, where you’ll find deeply discounted prices on new and used bikes, parts, accessories and bike clothing.

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Featured News

August 26, 2016

Forces of Nature Interviews TFK Founder Marilyn Price

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June 20, 2016
NBC Bay Area "Open Road with Doug McConnell" Showcases Trips...
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June 16, 2016
Mill Valley Public Library Oral History Interview with Marilyn Price
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Thanks to a generous donation from @ContinentalTire, our Re-Cyclery is overflowing with new tires! Come visit us in San Rafael between 10am and 6pm to stock up for fall..and help support youth cycling programs as well. #winwin ... See MoreSee Less

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#tbt to our trip to Stafford Lake Bike Park last fall! Thanks to Marin County Parks for their support of our Trail Rides programs, and for making this trip possible.

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