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The Tahoe Trails Conference is brought to you by IMBA and The U.S. Forest Service at South Lake Tahoe's Montbleu Resort and Casino. The event, which is open to all members of the mountain bike community, will create a valuable opportunity for collaboration between riders, land managers and the bike industry. The goal is to ensure the future of sustainable and enjoyable trails in the Lake Tahoe Basin, and beyond.

IMBA members receive a 10-percent discount on registration. Make sure you are logged in to IMBA's website before completing the registration forms! 

View the conference sessions and speaker bios.

Montbleu Resort and Casino offers a discounted hotel rate to conference attendees, but rooms for the special rate are limited. Call 800-648-3353 and use group code "STUSFSS" when booking your reservation.

Check this site for updates as the conference gets closer. Specific conference goals include:

  • Create a sense of environmental stewardship and ownership for the trails in the Lake Tahoe Basin.
  • Gather input from mountain bikers on Forest Service planning efforts.
  • Improve the lines of communication between riders and Forest Service staff.

Conference workshops will include information on:

  • The latest in trail science.
  • How to influence Forest Service planning efforts.
  • Improving mountain bike opportunities at ski resorts.
  • Developing bike parks and special-use freeride areas.

In addition to informational sessions and presentations the conference will feature group rides, networking opportunities and planned social gatherings. Please plan for a social event on Saturday evening, stay tuned for more details!

October 1st, 2010 1:00 PM   through   October 3rd, 2010 6:00 PM
Basic Registration $ 115.00
Local Resident Registration (available to attendees living in either the Tahoe Basin or Truckee) $ 85.00

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