Angora Trail Project Year End Recap

November 9, 2017

“Rising from the ashes to this incredible new trail network.” This year TAMBA and U.S. Forest Service – Lake Tahoe Basin Management Unit partnered to build another 5 miles of new trail in the Angora Fire burn area. You must watch this film by First Tracks Productions – it’s a powerful story of how the community came together to do great things. To build this project, in 2017 TAMBA held over 60 volunteer trail days with about 150 volunteers and 2,000 hours of trail building. But remember, we’re not done yet and have major plans for future years, eventually getting single track to Emerald Bay.

Fall Party Saturday Nov. 4th

October 22, 2017

Celebrate another great year of mountain biking and trail building with the Tahoe Area Mountain Biking Association and a premiere of MSP Films Drop Everything! We’ll be at Heavenly’s Cal Base Lodge with a pasta dinner, drinks, raffle prizes, swag, membership drive.

Saturday November 4th – party starts at 6:00pm and films around 7:00pm

Location: Heavenly California Main Lodge – 3860 Saddle Road, South Lake Tahoe, CA 96150
Top of SKi Run Blvd (not the gondola!)
Free for TAMBA members, $10 otherwise

2017 was another banner year for TAMBA with weekly volunteer build days on various trails around Tahoe including the new Angora Ridge, Mule Deer Connector, Corral Trail, Valley View, Tahoe City’s Ocelot and Elevator Shaft, Red House Flume, Incline Flume, and the Bijou Bike Park, plus tree clearing and maintenance on all your other favorite trails!