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Monday, June 17, 2024
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Cycling

Engrave a bear, fund a trail

Twenty-five, new engraved bears are now hanging from the railings in Tahoe City’s Heritage Plaza through a partnership with Tahoe Fund, Placer County and...

Skate, bike, roll at Skate the Lake

Boarding for Breast Cancer (B4BC) will host its 19th annual Skate the Lake on Aug. 5 and 6. The fundraising event will start on...

Trail etiquette campaign launched

Trail users on the multi-use Legacy Trail in Truckee will find messages stenciled in chalk along the path. From educational “Share the path” and...

Pedal into Summer during 18th Annual Tahoe Bike Month

Lake Tahoe Bicycle Coalition announces the 18th annual Tahoe Bike Month starting on June 1 and continuing all month. Hosted by Tahoe Regional Planning...

Pond skims, banked slaloms, uphill races and more to enjoy in Tahoe

Snow silliness has taken hold in Tahoe. Ski resorts have extended their closing dates and brought back so many spring events to enjoy that...

Truckee, SLT bike trails completed

The Federal Highway Administration recently completed a new Class III bike route along a portion of Donner Pass Road in Truckee that winds up...

Bevy of new bike trails debut

Several new multi-use trails have opened or are nearing completion in the region, according to the Lake Tahoe Bicycle Coalition. South Shore Lake Tahoe Boulevard...

Visitors can help Markleeville recover, Town survived fire but needs tourists

One of my favorite places to bike ride is just east of the Sierra Nevada between Genoa, Nev., and Markleeville. Here lightly traveled roads...