Welcome to Tahoe Bike Company
It’s Springtime and right now we have our full line of  Bikes from Beach Cruisers and Hybrids to full suspension Mountain Bikes and Road Bikes and always popular 4 and 6 passenger Surries available for rental.

Is your bike ready for summer?  Take advantage of our $40.00 Safety and Tune up special available now thru May.
Stop by or call.  We’re open 7 Days a Week.  Monday-Thursday 9-5
Friday-Sunday 8-6

(530) 600-0267
Located at 3131 Harrison Ave in South Lake Tahoe

Our new bikes for 2016 are arriving!  Stop by and take a look!

A Tahoe must do!

A Tahoe must do!

 

Surries
Double Surrey

Bike Rentals
12-tc150-alite

Volt Electric Bikes
Green Pugsley 2

Skis, Snowboards, Snowshoes

Fresh tracks for France - A million of us are set to slope off to the French Alps WINTER just gets better and better. Snow has been falling in the Alps in bucketloads over the past month ? and now there's lots of sunshine too, making the early ski season one of the best in decades according to the Ski Club of Great Britain. All good news for the million or so Britons due to make tracks to France for their long-awaited week among the white stuff. With fresh powder arriving daily and snowguns a'blazing, France remains our favourite skiing destination by far, especially for mixed ability groups and more experienced skiers and snowboarders. And that's thanks to a slalom of advantages that's keeping the country in pole position. For a start, massive recent investment means France has got seriously BIG ski areas. There are 650kms of piste (and 200 lifts) in the Three Valleys (Courchevel, Meribel, Val Thorens), 425kms in Paradiski ( Les Arcs, 425 kms in Paradiski (Les Arcs, Pesiey, La Plagne) and 300 kms at Espace Killy (Val d'Isere and Tignes). The Three Valleys alone is the size of the six largest North American resorts put together and just one ski pass gives access to a mind-boggling choice of runs for all levels, from glacier blacks to wide open, tree-lined blues. The French Tourist Board says that snow is guaranteed in many of the 100 or so French Alpine ski resorts until mid-May, with 75 per cent of slopes groomed daily. And new technologically advanced lift systems now whisk skiers to the vast, clearly marked ski terrain, making lift lines less of an issue.