Scenes From The 2017 Death Ride: Tour Of The California Alps (PHOTOS)

Staff Reports ALPINE COUNTY, Calif., — Thousands of cyclists rode the grueling 129-mile course of the 2017 Death Ride: Tour of the California Alps on Saturday, conquering the Ebbetts, Monitor and Carson mountain passes in the process. Barb Mower sent in the photos below of the ride. For more information on the Death Ride, visit this link. Continue reading Scenes From The 2017 Death Ride: Tour Of The California Alps (PHOTOS)

Bike Paths Transform Community

Courtesy of Bike Tahoe · 4 min read STATELINE, Nev. – Bike paths can transform a community to be safer, healthier, and contribute to its economic and environmental sustainability. A bike path, or more accurately called a shared-use trail, is a “completely separated right-of-way for the exclusive use of bicyclists and pedestrians with cross-flow from vehicles minimized.” [footnote]Lake Tahoe Region Bicycle and Pedestrian Plan[/footnote] The Tahoe … Continue reading Bike Paths Transform Community

‘All 4 Charity’ Golf Tournament July 22

Courtesy of the MEFIYI Foundation · 1 min read The “All 4 Charity” Golf Tournament is scheduled Saturday, July 22, 2017 at the Carson Valley Golf Course. Proceeds from tournament will benefit MEFIYI (Me-For-Incredible-Youth) youth sport, mentorship and life-career skills programs for local student-athletes and WAVE (Welcome All Veterans Everywhere); a 501(c)(3) non profit organization whose mission is identifying and supporting needs of veterans in Douglas County Reservations are $100 … Continue reading ‘All 4 Charity’ Golf Tournament July 22

Mountain Biking’s Growth And Importance

Courtesy of BikeTahoe.org · 2 min read STATELINE, Nev. – The sport of mountain biking is growing worldwide and making important economic impacts on communities and Tahoe is no exception. “When communities build their identity as a “gateway destination” to unique well designed and maintained trails with easy access to lodging, bars and entertainment – bicyclists come and spend”, according to Bike Tahoe president, Ty Polastri. … Continue reading Mountain Biking’s Growth And Importance

Scenes From The 28th Annual Kids Fishing Derby

Staff Reports GARDNERVILLE, Nev. — About 1,000 of the Valley’s youngest residents flocked to Lampe Park’s Willow Creek over the weekend for the 28th annual edition of the Kids Fishing Derby. More than 4,000 fish had been planted in the creek leading into the weekend. We’re collecting photos in the gallery below of all of the big catches. If you have a photo you’d like … Continue reading Scenes From The 28th Annual Kids Fishing Derby

May Holes-In-One At Genoa Lakes Ranch Course

Courtesy of Ranch Course At Genoa Lakes GENOA, Nev. — The following holes-in-one were recorded at the Ranch Course at Genoa Lakes in May: Dede Nieto aced No. 16, 90 yards with a pitching wedge. “Hutch” hit the 180-yard No. 14 in one shot on May 6 with a 4 hybrid. He hit the No. 3 at 208 yards on May 23 with a 5 wood. … Continue reading May Holes-In-One At Genoa Lakes Ranch Course