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Trail season is here!

Thank you to all that attended the Spring Party at Heavenly California Base Lodge.  We all had a fun evening learning about the 2022 trail projects and catching up with our mountain biking friends. TAMBA is thankful to Heavenly Mountain Resort for their support.

TAMBA’s first big trail work day two days later on the Christmas Valley trail was a huge success with over 60 volunteers!  We quickly moved onto starting work on the Kaspian Rim and Meeks Ridge trails. TAMBA has a big summer planned, and we’re inviting you to be part of it!  Work is planned every week throughout the summer at various locations around the Lake. Stay up to date with upcoming events and work days on our event calendar.

We have big plans for trail work, volunteer days, events, and fun ways to stay connected with us.  Stay connected with our newsletter and watch our Facebook or Instagram for updates!

See you on the trail!

Upcoming Events

Saturday & Sunday, June 18/19: Tahoe Mountain Bike Festival

  • The Tahoe Mountain Bike Festival is back! It’s a weekend of family-fun and bike-centric events in Meyers, CA. The Bike Demo is on Saturday @ Corral Trail and the Rides (Tahoe Triple Crown and our Intermediate Power Loop) are on Sunday morning. After the rides on Sunday, we’ll get together at Paradise Park for music, beverages, food, and fun!
  • The Sunday festival at Paradise Park is FREE and starts at 1pm. All ages welcome! We’ll be selling raffle tickets for a Specialized Evo Expert bike valued at $6,100, donated by Sports LTD.
  • Registration is required ONLY for the Bike Demo and the Rides. Learn more and REGISTER for one OR both at this link!

June 25/26 – Everest Challenge  Kilner Park, Tahoe City.

  • Everest Challenge. Starting at midnight June 25,  Harrison Biehl is going to ride the Stanford Rock trail 15 times in a 24 hour period to raise funds to support trails on the West Shore of Lake Tahoe. His goal: $29,032 for 29,032′ of climbing.

Sunday, September 4 –  Rose to Toads

  • From humble beginnings with a handful of people to nearly 200 participants and a full-on party scene at the rest stops in recent years, this event has come a long way. The “unlimited bragging rights” you get for finishing this beast are legit!  Look for registration to open in July.

Saturday, October 8 –  Corral night Ride

  • Costumes, bikes, friends, and fun! Come join TAMBA for a ridiculously fun night riding bikes at Corral Trail. Join us and all your closest silly mountain bike friends… it’s the best night of the year – if you like to ride like a kid in the dark in costume!

Upcoming Trail Days

Tuneup Tuesday –  Bijou Bike Park

  • Join us each Tuesday at Bijou Bike Park at 6pm for some fun maintaining the park and then getting a ride in after…..

Saturday, June 11 –  Kaspian Rim

  • We’ll be starting a new section of stunning singletrack in the Stanford Rock Trail network called the Kaspian Rim Trail. This section will head down towards Blackwood Canyon Sno-park and wrap back to the Stanford Rock Trail.

Thursday, June 16 –  Meeks Ridge

  • Join us every Thursday from 9am – 1pm as we build our way towards Lost Lake. We’ll be refurbishing what used to be an old logging road alignment, to be a fun multi-use singletrack.

We hope to see you at an event or on the trail. Check out TAMBA’s Event Calendar for more ways to get involved.


  1. Sharing 2022 TAMBA trail projects at the Spring Party.
  2. The awesome turnout for the Christmas Valley trail work day!
  3. Chris S. showing how it’s done on one of the USFS approved new alternate lines on Christmas Valley.
  4. The volunteer crew building a new advanced line on the Christmas Valley trail work day.
  5. Trail building tools ready for #NationalTrailsDay on the Kaspian Rim trail.

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Recent Trail Work!

The 2022 build season has begun!  Work has commenced on the new Meeks Ridge and Kaspian Rim trails.  Work is happening on other trails around the Lake weekly.  We anticipate starting work on replacing the burnt bridges on Mr Toad’s in the next couple of weeks.  If you come across any down trees while you’re out riding, let us know by shooting us an email at and include the location, approximate size of tree and a photo if possible.

Above: Kaspian Rim trail volunteers on National Trails Day.

Above: Laying out new trail on Kaspian Rim trail.


Above: Clearing brush on the new Meeks Ridge trail.