Days are warm and golden, nights are chilly, bike paths are less crowded. Time to bring your bike to Tahoe where the trails are world class. Fat tire, road bike, mountain bike, all comers welcome. Only requirement….wear a helmet. Budget vacationers will appreciate the price…..it’s free!
Don’t have a bike? Don’t want the hassle of loading your bike on your car? Tahoe has loads of rental companies with the latest equipment that can accommodate all the members of your family.
Anderson’s Bicycle Rental
Tahoe Bike Company
South Shore Bikes
Over The Edge Bikes & Coffee
Tahoe Beach Cruiser
Powder House Ski & Board: Express Ski Store
“$6 an hour for a bike rental …”
Tahoe Sports Ltd
Tahoe Crescent V Shopping Center
Gondola Ski & Sport
Lake Tahoe Bike Rentals
Powder House Ski and Snowboard Main Store
Camp Richardson Outdoor Sports
Sierra Ski & Cycle Works
The Village Board Shop
Shoreline Bike Rentals
Shoreline of Tahoe
Mountain Mike’s Tees and Skis
Need a place to stay close to the bike and hiking trails? Black Bear has THE location.
The willows are just starting to turn and a few windows of warm weather are revolving in and out. Some days wading the Upper Truckee is still within reach while others bring a nip to the air. Tip: be prepared for both and bring your cold weather gear.
Hiking and biking couldn’t be better. The summer crowds are gone and bike path lanes are pretty clear all the way to Kiva Beach. Hiking trails, superb. Willows turning gold.
Our cabin is super clean and ready for your stay. The decks were just painted and the deck chairs are all lined up for cocktails. So much better than a motel and the same price…. just more room and it’s way more peaceful. Here’s how to reserve your stay:
Just a few minutes away from the Lake, Black Bear Lodge has the best location for summer/fall sports enthusiasts: stand-up paddling, swimming, kayaking, waterskiing, and of course, beach picnics. Hiking and biking trails are just around the block too. The waters are abuzz with visitors. Make this experience a reality before it’s too late.