The Annual Meyers Mountain Bike Festival will take place on August 8 and 9, 2015 in the Divided Sky parking lot. The festival includes the infamous “Triple Crown Ride” covering 30+ miles and a 5,200 elevation gain. Lots of music, food, drinks and events for all ages.
Sierra Ski and Cycle Works is sponsoring a History of Lake Tahoe Mountain Biking exhibit on Sunday, August 9, 2015. Here’s your chance to the see the first Lake Tahoe mountain bike, Clunker, and meet a slew of early mountain bike pioneers including Gary Bell and Don Koski from Cove Bike Shop in Tiburon.
Starting at 3pm, there will be a celebration of mountain biking in the Meyers community with a beer garden, a kids zone, and live music. Saturday will have shuttles and riding with Ibis, Norco, Specialized, Knolly and Intense, with an after party at Divided Sky.
Sunday is the big festival day.
The Triple Crown Ride, a fully pedal-powered tour of three of the South Shore’s best rides, starts at your own pace, but you’d better get on it by 8am. Then the BBQ, Beer Garden, History of Lake Tahoe Mountain Biking exhibit, bike expo, Kid Zone, and live bands and DJ start at 12:30 and run until dusk.
The Festival is free to attend, and all ages welcome. The shuttled rides on Saturday and Sunday have a $35 fee per day or $65 for both days.
All proceeds will benefit TAMBA and are tax deductible. Click here for more details.