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TAMBA holds Trail Maintenance Day

Tahoe Area Mountain Bike Association, in collaboration with the U.S. Forest Service, is hosting its second annual trail maintenance day Sunday.

Part of the association’s ongoing mission is to work with land managers to help maintain trails for the mountain biking community. The volunteers will work on the trail connecting the road below Fountain Place with the Rim Trail at Armstrong Pass.

Recently reorganized, TAMBA now has a board of directors, which covers both north and south shores in an effort to provide locals and visitors a quality mountain biking experience.

TAMBA is interested in teaching Tahoe’s trail-users how to safely and responsibly use mountain bikes. The group also focuses on unifying the mountain biking community into an effective, responsible unit to work with land managers throughout Tahoe and Truckee.

According to TAMBA’s Dave Hamilton, Lake Tahoe is fast becoming a significant mountain biking destination with internationally known trails and some of the best riding in the country.

Contributions to TAMBA, a nonprofit corporation, are tax-deductible. There is no fee to join. For more information, go to Tambaonline.org or write to TAMBA, P.O. Box 18861, South Lake Tahoe, CA 96151.

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