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TAHOE MOUNTAIN BIKE FESTIVAL

Registration opens spring 2024

Sat 6/22

Bike Demo (9am - 4pm)

Sun 6/23

Rides and Festival

The Tahoe Mountain Bike Festival is a fun, family-friendly two-day event full of pedaling and community celebration.

The main festival (party) is on Sunday, June 23rd at 12pm-6pm. It is a FREE, family-friendly party at the riverside Tahoe Paradise Park in Meyers, CA. There will be music, beverages, food, raffles, and local vendors for all to enjoy!

Interested in being a vendor at the Demo Day or Sunday festival? Submit your interest via this form and a member of our team will be in touch shortly.

For riders, we will again be offering the Bike Demo at Corral Trail (Saturday) and registered Bike Rides (Sunday). Scroll for more details!

We hope you can make it to a weekend of fun in celebration of Tahoe trails!

Proudly presented by The Divided Sky and the Tahoe Area Mountain Biking Association (TAMBA) to fund future trail projects.

Bike Demo

Bike Demo at Corral Trail

Date: Saturday, June 22, 2024.

Time: two time slots are available: 9am-12pm and 1pm-4pm.

Location: Corral trail parking lot.

Details: exclusive shuttles will provide regular access to Corral trail network—high quality singletrack riding with something for riders of all levels to enjoy. Brands for demo will include Specialized, Intense, Cannondale, Yeti, and GasGas, among others.

Registration: both sessions are ticketed events and registration is required to participate. Tickets will go on sale in spring 2024 (spaces are limited so make sure you sign up early!), or you can register at the event if spaces are still available. Registered rides will have access to all the bikes and products at the Demo Day, as well as the various shuttles.

Keep an eye on this page for the link to purchase tickets and register.

The Rides

Date: Sunday, June 23, 2024

Time: there is no official start time for the rides, but all registered riders must check in at the TAMBA booth prior to starting. Advanced route riders can check in any time from 7:30am onwards on the morning of the ride at the TAMBA booth at Tahoe Paradise Park, and intermediate route riders can check-in from 8:30am. 

Pedal through the finish back to Tahoe Paradise Park, where there will be live music, local food, and cold brews waiting for you.

Ride Routes: ride routes for the 2024 Tahoe Mountain Bike Festival will be dependent on snowmelt and trail conditions. Confirmed routes will be announced in late spring 2024. See below for what you can expect from each ride.

Location: details about start locations and routes for the rides will be announced in late spring 2024.

Details and Registration: day two of the Tahoe Mountain Bike Festival kicks off with the ever-popular rides. We have two ride options to suit different rider levels – advanced and intermediate.

Both rides are ticketed events and registration is required to participate. Registration opens in spring 2024 (spaces are limited so make sure you sign up early!), or you can register on the day-of if spaces are still available. Keep an eye on this page for all the details on rest stops, start times, and the link to register.  Don’t forget to lock in early for a discount!

Registration includes access to TAMBA rest stops along the ride, one (1) drink ticket for redemption at the festival, and the coveted Tahoe Mountain Bike Festival t-shirt – designed by our friends at RISE Designs!

Stay tuned on TAMBA’s Facebook and Instagram for important updates about the rides.

PS. We love to see your rides!!! Post your ride and photos – don’t forget to include #tahoemtbfestival and tag @tambatahoe!

Advanced Ride

The advanced ride will be roughly 30 miles with 5,000 ft of vertical climbing, including technical rocky sections.

INTERMEDIATE RIDE

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The intermediate ride will be roughly 10 miles long with 1,000 ft of vertical climbing. Less suffering but no less fun than the advanced ride!

Thank you to the 2024 Tahoe Mountain Bike Festival Sponsors and Partners!

Interested in becoming a sponsor? Packages are available.
Email beca@tamba.org for more information.