Meet Cindy Asrir (email@example.com) at 10:30 AM at Splitrock Tap and Wheel Bike Shop and Cafe, 2020 Sir Francis Drake Blvd, Fairfax. Park in their parking lot or on the street (but not on Sir Francis Drake Blvd). Splitrock has really great coffee, pizza and beer for after the ride (and bikes if you're looking to buy a new mountain bike). ;-)
This is a beautiful route which goes through rolling hills and ranch land to Pt Reyes Station, and the redwoods of Samuel P. Taylor State Park on the way back. (There's also the cute little towns of Lagunitas and Nicasio for regroups). We can have lunch at the Cowgirl Creamery and coffee Toby's Coffee Bar in Pt Reyes.
Fairfax is about an hour and 10 minutes from Redwood City. Those who want more miles can start in Mill Valley and meet up with us for an extra 17 miles roundtrip.
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