The new TAMBA held its first meeting in late January 2011, led by Lauren Lindley, John Drum, Ben Fish, Kevin Joell, Nils Miller, Pete Fink, and Linda George.
The new leadership of TAMBA immediately tasked themselves with major goals, including:
- Input on a Forest Plan revision that included wilderness proposals that potentially could have banned bikes from Freel Meadows and Meiss Meadows (Mr. Toads, Christmas Valley and TRT)
- Rebuilding trails at the top of Kingsbury Grade (to become the Stinger Trail, finished in 2016)
- Create a community bike park (to become the Bijou Bike Park, built in 2015)
- Aid in the rebuild of mountain bike-specific features on Corral Trails (built between 2014-2017)
- Secure a Volunteer Services Agreement with the U.S. Forest Service and other land managers to contribute to regular maintenance and trailing building
- Secure permits from the U.S. Forest Service to host fundraising events
- Create a geographically-diverse membership base
Currently TAMBA is thriving with successful partnerships with all major agencies and land managers in the Tahoe area. TAMBA has a track record of built projects since 2011, including Corral Trail, Kingsbury Stinger, Bijou Bike Park, Snapdragon Trail, Sunflower Hill Trail, and continued upgrades to popular trails like Tyrolean, Stanford Rock, Sidewinder, Armstrong Connector, Christmas Valley, Mr. Toads, Flume Trail, Stumpy, Beaver Tail, Lily Lake and more.
As of 2019, TAMBA has a small paid staff consisting of a part time Executive Director and part time Administrative Assistant.