Join us this weekend for trailwork, group rides, camping, and fun for everyone.
When: Friday July 20th – Sunday July 22nd. Twilight Van Sickle ride on Friday, trail work on Saturday on a new section of the Tahoe Rim Trail near Stagecoach Lodge, social event Saturday night at Blue Dog Pizza, and group “showcase” rides led by TAMBA on Sunday July 22nd.
Where: Camping in Van Sickle State Park, Friday morning through Sunday afternoon. The park has tables and bathrooms but no showers, so bring your solar shower — or there are motels and hotels nearby if you’d rather sleep in a bed and join the group for rides, trailwork, and socializing. Lake Tahoe is a few blocks away, and the Van Sickle Trail to the Tahoe Rim Trail is nearby for great riding from camp.
Who: all levels of riders – beginners to advanced, adults and kids.
Questions? contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Camp and Ride Here: View from Van Sickle Trail
Sunflower Hill Trail
Please join us for next weekend’s Sunflower Hill Trail Camp-out
Who: Tahoe Mountain Bike Patrol, TAMBA, and Nevada State Parks
What: Sunflower Hill Trail work camp-out weekend
When: Saturday, July 14 and Sunday, July 15, 2012
Where: Hobart Reservoir Campground, Lake Tahoe Nevada State Park
Why: To hopefully finish the new Sunflower Hill Trail
Come out this Saturday from 9am to 4pm at Tahoe XC Center to build a new multi-use trail connection to Tahoe Rim Trail from FS Road 16N49 near Cedar Flat. Don’t forget your bike, because we will need to bike in 2 miles to get to the work site.
Volunteers will meet at the Tahoe XC ski center at 925 Country Club Drive in Tahoe City at 9am. They should bring bikes, helmets, long pants, long sleeves, gloves and water. Lunch for all volunteers will be provided by TAMBA and Tahoe XC will provide a BBQ and refreshments at the end of the day. There will be raffle prizes from Big Blue Adventure, Tahoe Mountain Sports, and Olympic Bike Shop.
Tahoe City trail work day
The Forest Service started working this week building new features to make the lower 1 mile of Corral trail even more fun. Come out this Sunday June 24 for a build day with the Forest Service and Hilride.
When: Sunday June 24th, 8:30am to 4:30pm
Where: Meet at bottom dirt parking lot of Corral off Oneidas Street.
What: Building berms, drops, tables, log rides, rock features, hip jumps
Bring: Water, lunch, your bike, long sleeve and long pants, gloves, glasses
TAMBA had another great trail work day on Toads this past Saturday. 23 volunteers rode in to work plus Jacob and Nick from the Forest Service. We completed about 8 solid projects including rock work, berm building, log clearing, and trail tread improvement along with a couple optional features built. Dave Clock took some awesome photos of riding and working.
Riding like a champ with a chainsaw on the back, This is the guy you want in charge of trails in the Tahoe Basin for the Forest Service, and luckily he is.
Riding to the work site:
Working it… berms, rocks, trees, trail
Test riding the goods: