South Lake Tahoe Blog

15 / Feb / 2017

Your Ticket to Ride! Mountain Bike Festivals

Looking for something to do in the coming months?   How about joining us at one of our upcoming Mountain Bike Festivals!  Calendar and links below!  See you there!   March 3rd – 5th:  Sedona Mountain Bike Festival The Sedona MTB Festival is 3-day mountain bike celebration that will include a Main Expo/Festival, Bike Demos, Shuttled Rides, a Beer Garden, great Bands for and a whole lotta sweet RED SINGLETRACK! March 24th – 26th: Hurricane Mountain Bike Festival What goes on at the Hurricane Mountain Bike Festival… Wake up. Drink Coffee. Eat Breakfast. Grab Demos. Meet up with new friends. Ride Bikes. Grab a shuttle! Dinner, Live Music, and Beer at the Expo. Find your way to bed. Call home. Sleep. Wake up. Repeat. Call home- tell ’em you’re staying a little longer- you just heard there are four more Over the Edge locations and you gotta ride ’em all! April 27th – 30th:  Fruita Fat Tire Festival Join us on […]

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24 / May / 2016

Tahoe Anniversary Party: Coffee, Shuttles, Rides, Beers 5/27

Come join us the Memorial Day weekend and celebrate our birthday! Starting Friday night the 27th we will have a BBQ and lots of beer and cocktails on hand. 9am Saturday the 28th we’ll kick off the day with coffee and a bagel breakfast then start running shuttles to some of the amazing local single track. Here is the schedule of shuttles: 10am- Shuttle up to top of Kingsbury Grade (Hwy 207). Pedal east up the Tahoe Rim Trail (TRT) for a ripping decent back down towards town. You will cross Kingsbury and climb up to the top of Van Sickle Trail and jam down another amazing trail and end 1 mile from the shop.  Approximate 3 hour ride time 12pm- Shuttle to Cold Creek trailhead and jump on said trail and climb up to High Meadow. Sit back and take in the view, get back on your bike and […]

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19 / Apr / 2016

Tahoe Trail Conditions

South Lake Tahoe Trail Report: Trails in South Tahoe are melting out rapidly!! Its mountain bike season! Corral Trail is open all the way up and down, no trees, no mud, just awesome. Armstrong Connector is also open and snow free. However the upper flat portion is not quite ready. Sidewinder is running like summer with only a tree or two in the way. Cold Creek Trail is open and clear all the way up to the lower rock slab (mid way point where trail is closest to road) Van Sickle is clear well over a third of the way up from the bottom Tahoe Mountain is also clear and dry. We are open and here to help you have greatness.. Lets Ride!!!

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