America’s Most Beautiful Bike Ride – Lake Tahoe
America’s Most Beautiful Bike Ride is a 72-mile breathtaking vista that circumnavigates the enigmatic Lake Tahoe on Nevada and California sides. The ride includes a challenging 800 foot climb to a rest stop overlooking Emerald Bay and a 1,000 ft climb to the top of Spooner Junction as wells as numerous short ascents and descents totaling over 4,024 vertical feet of elevation gain! The ride’s altitude ranges between 6,300-7,100 ft, so this ride is recommended for experienced riders.
*Participants must be at least 14 years of age (please, no children on bike carriers or trailers) and must be experienced in riding roadways.
*Start – Finish: Stay at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino
America’s Most Beautiful Bike Ride-Lake Tahoe is a Most Unique Scenic and Fun Ride for Recreational Bicyclists!
This event also includes:
– A Boat Cruise – 35 Mile ride offering a shorter ride distance option… Enjoy a Continental Breakfast & Site-Seeing Cruise on the Tahoe Paradise, across the Lake, De-Boarding at Garwood’s Pier in Carnelian Bay to ride the remaining 35 miles back to the Finish Line. (Limited to 65 bicyclists, only).
– After Check In and Bicycle Safety Check a Big Sale @ Tahoe Sports Ltd.
– After Ride Pool Party with a delicious meal and live band with Deep Fryed Mojo offered in the Finish Line at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Pool. *Included with entry fee.
*America’s Most Beautiful Bike Ride is limited to the first 3000 pre-registered riders.
Click Here to Register to Ride
Bike the West & America’s Most Beautiful Bike Ride continues to promote the Lake Tahoe Bikeway, in conjunction with the Lake Tahoe Bicycle Coalition.
Join Team In Training (TNT) to line up at America’s Most Beautiful Bike Ride while raising money to drive lifesaving results in the fight against cancer. The Team In Training experience includes start line priority, private packet pickup, pre-ride dinner and more! Since 1988, more than 650,000 individuals have completed events with Team In Training, raising over $1 billion for The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society.