$29,032 for 29,032 ft: Everest Challenge

Harrison Beihl climbed Stanford Rock 15 times, the height of Mt. Everest, to raise money for TAMBA and west shore trail development.

Know Before You Buy, Know Before you Ride!

Electric bikes are classified depending on their design and are restricted to certain trails. Access differs from trail to trail and across land management agencies, communities, regions, and states. Only certain e-bikes are allowed on certain trails.

If you are considering an eMTB purchase, we encourage you to do your research and evaluate what type of riding you want to do and where you want to go. Keep in mind that Class 1 electric mountain bikes are the most likely class of eBike to be allowed on non-motorized, natural surface trails.
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Thanks for the good memories!  It's time to say goodbye to our favorite rides and work on our winter legs! We can't wait to see what's in store for 2023!! 🙌 #BuildRideRespect #TAMBAtahoe #Tahoetrails
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During this season of giving, we would like to extend our appreciation to all the members and donors who supported us over the years. Your contributions have helped accomplish another amazing season for Tahoe trails. The staff and leadership at TAMBA would like to recognize that your donations, memberships, volunteerism and ongoing support are the secret sauce that truly help deliver for our Tahoe trails. If you're planning to participate in Giving this season, please consider TAMBA and Tahoe trails. ⚒ #buildriderespect #tambatahoe #tahoetrails. ... See MoreSee Less
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Giving thanks for Tahoe trails and all who support them ⚒️. Your membership and donations have helped build and maintain trails all around Lake Tahoe 🙌 We’re thankful for your support and looking forward to 2023!#BuildRideRespect #tambatahoe #TahoeTrails 📷Emily Tidwell Photo ... See MoreSee Less
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Know Before You Buy, Know Before you Ride!Electric bikes are classified depending on their design and are restricted to certain trails. Access differs from trail to trail and across land management agencies, communities, regions, and states. Only certain e-bikes are allowed on certain trails.If you are considering an eMTB purchase, we encourage you to do your research and evaluate what type of riding you want to do and where you want to go. Keep in mind that Class 1 electric mountain bikes are the most likely class of eBike to be allowed on non-motorized, natural surface trails.#buildriderespect #tambatahoe #tahoetrails Trails Are Common Ground International Mountain Bicycling Association ... See MoreSee Less
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