The Tahoe-Pyramid Bikeway is a vision of following the Truckee River by foot or by bicycle from its source at forested Lake Tahoe to its desert terminus, Pyramid Lake.
The route will descend over 2000 feet in 116 miles, using a combination of existing dirt and paved roads, plus some sections of new trail and bridges.
Tahoe-Pyramid Bikeway Map
* * * * * Fleish Bridge * * * *
Fleish Road from Verdi to the suspension bridge is now open 7 days a week until August!
See current site specific conditions on the "Use the Trail" pagefor the section you are going to visit,
as there are often temporary closures or repairs that may affect your ride.
The missing 2-mile trail from Farad to Fleish is finally under construction -- hope for an October opening!
The section of Bikeway continuing upriver beyond Fleish Bridge is completed and open. You can reach the finished section by taking I-80 from Verdi upriver to Farad, then turning around and driving east 2.8 miles to a large parking area. From there it is a gentle 1 mile walk upstream on the new trail.
The trail at McCarran Ranch has been re-routed by the Nature Conservancy, so keep a lookout for signs.
July 11, Saturday: Truckee Regional Park to Squaw Valley Ride
Meet at 9:00 at Truckee Regional Park (Brockway Rd at the River) for a mostly flat 10 mile road ride to Squaw Valley. Return after a cold drink, or continue on your own to Tahoe City.
July 25, Saturday: Truckee Regional Park to Glenshire ride
Meet at 9:00 at Truckee Regional Park (Brockway Rd at the River) for an all-paved trail 5-mile ride to Glenshire on Truckee's spectacular new Legacy Trail. Return after reaching the top of the 200' climb, or continue on your own to Boca or Stampede.
August 15, Saturday: Big ride from Boca to Tahoe
Meet at 9:30 at Boca Historic Site for an all-paved 24-mile ride to Tahoe City. We are pleased to have Jerry Hughes of Adventure Cycling lead this ride, courtesy of Procrastinating Pedalers.
Join Our Century Circle
By joining this visionary group, you will get the satisfaction of knowing that you are increasing the prospects of the Bikeway being finished in your lifetime. Learn More
Thanks to "Century Circle" Donors!
Each year, we have over 100 donors who give
$100 each or more.
The money raised by the Century Circle giving campaign
is used for trail planning and design, as well as
modest administrative costs.
If you want to join the
donor list, click here.
Thanks to all who donated in 2014!
In 2014 we received unprecedented support from charitable foundations - thank you trustees! If you would like to know about how to create a challenge grant (you match donations from smaller donors) or a bequest, please call us at 775-825-9868