The Tahoe Fat Tire Festival is produced by the Tahoe Area Mountain Biking Association.  TAMBA works very hard to improve trails in the Tahoe area and counts on the proceeds of the Festival to help continue these efforts.  Please consider volunteering, becoming a member, or making a donation.

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We also have help with the festival from the Truckee Bike Park Project.  These guys organized to build the Truckee Pump Track that opened in June 2012 and Phase 2, the Dirt Jumps just opened in August 2013.  Future phases include slopestyle and loop xc trails.


The Sierra Buttes Trail Stewardship is partnering with the festival to organize the Tour de Squaw Poker Ride on Sunday morning.  The Sierra Buttes are well known for their great work in and around Downieville and will be making an announcement with TAMBA at the festival on Sunday that will be pretty rad.


Shine Riders Co. is doing the Queen of the Mountain Ladies DH clinic on Friday and will have some awesome extra prizes for the ladies competing in the DH on Sunday.  Shine promotes the women’s freeride movement and focuses on illuminating and    inspiring rad female gravity mountain bikers!