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Upcoming Events

THIS SATURDAY, October 8 –  Corral Night Ride

  • The Corral Night Ride is a fabled gathering of hearty souls that stage a night ride with Halloween revelry each year.
    This ride is FREE for all current TAMBA members as a way to say thank you for your support!
  • 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 in costume like a kid in the dark!


Friday, November 11 –  Member and Volunteer Appreciation Party

  • Get ready to celebrate another great year of mountain biking and trail building with the Tahoe Area Mountain Biking Association!
    We’ll be at Heavenly’s Cal Base Lodge with a pasta dinner, drinks, raffle prizes, swag, and membership drive.


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Upcoming Trail Days

We’re planning to keep the dig days going around the lake throughout the fall. Head on over to our events calendar for a complete list and to sign up!

  • October 15 – Tahoe City Community Volunteer Day.  We are partnering with Tahoe XC  for a fun community oriented trail day where we’ll be working on the Road 73 Bypass Project and the Orange Trail at the nordic center. We’ll be BBQing, having a free raffle and handing out swag.
  • October 8 (11, 15, 18, 22 & 25) – Road 73 Bypass Trail Volunteer Days Come help us on the Road 73 Bypass Trail above Tahoe City! Join us from 8:30am – 2:30pm as we work our way from the bottom of Stumpy Super G to the top of The Great Race Trail (Woop-dee-doo).
  • Tuneup Tuesday – Bijou Bike Park  Join us each Tuesday evening at 6pm for some fun maintaining the bike park and then getting a ride in with friends…

Don’t see something listed or want to have a workday with your coworkers, reach out to us at and we can put together a trail day for your organization.

Find out more about all our 2022 trail projects here.

Recent Trail Work!

Thanks to our incredibly dedicated volunteers we’ve exceeded 3,000 volunteer hours for the season! September showers allowed us to get some more dirt shaping in throughout the basin and this included work on Toads, Connector, Kaspian Rim, Road 73 Bypass, Christmas Valley and Meeks Ridge.

Our pro crew also just finished some of the final touches on the Upper General Creek Trail. If you’re looking for an advanced level backcountry adventure with copious amounts of granite this autumn, be sure to check it out and link up to Lost Lake!

Above: Checking out the recent work on the General Creek and Lost Lake Trail.


  1. Fall Fundraiser beachside views
  2. Mr Toads cake!  A special treat.
  3. Reviewing the online auction items at the Fall Fundraiser.

We want to see your photos! Tag @tambatahoe or use #TambaTahoe

Spread the positive trail stoke!

Fall is upon us and local’s shoulder season is here in the Tahoe Basin!  That being said, it”s prime leaf peeping season and you may see increased traffic on a variety of trails. Be sure to admire the changing leaves and keep an eye out for others enjoying the foliage! Keep the positive stoke going out there!


Thank you for a successful fundraiser!

Thanks to those who attended or contributed to a fantastic evening catching up with friends, hearing the latest trail updates, and seeing TAMBA’s vision for the future. Because of you, TAMBA raised over $80,000 and met the $40k match from Desolation HotelMaggie’s RestaurantUntetheredBlueZone Sports and Tahoe Trail Bars! The contributions will enable TAMBA’s growth and ensure the ability to restore, adopt, and develop up to 50 miles of trails connecting the Basin.
We are already taking steps to secure warehouse space and planning has begun for next years trail work.

The evening was packed with content that informed and inspired. Drew and Patrick outlined the vision for the future of TAMBA in Tahoe and our plan to support upcoming trail development. The film from First Tracks Productions reminded us that big things are possible and that setting a goal and working hard can get you there.

Here is the trailer for the film An Everest in Tahoe by First Tracks Productions.  Look for the full length film at a coming film festival!

And lastly, we owe a huge shout out to all of our volunteers and partners that made the night a huge success: