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A Northern California high sierra multi-day mountain bike tour like no other. These tours provide plenty of big mountain terrain and rides to keep you entertained, swimming holes and breweries to explore, and small communities to connect with along the way. We will show you as much High Sierra singletrack as we can here in Northern California.

North Tahoe and the Lost Sierra are where we’ve planted and grown our roots for and where we continue to share the magic with those searching for high quality trail riding. Join us as we ride, roam and repeat in our very own backyard.
Our multi-day trip destinations include Downieville and Lake Tahoe.
Multiple Destinations
Pick-Up Service
Available within San Francisco.




High Sierras

Distance: 16-40 miles
Ascent: 500-4,000’
Time: 4-6 hours (riding time)
Recommendation: Intermediate to Expert

Mountain biking the Downieville Downhill is definitely an experience! This iconic route takes riders on journey down some of California’s most beautiful and challenging terrain. 

Dropping 5,000 vertical feet in 16 miles from Packer Saddle to Downieville, the Downieville Downhill is the longest and most demanding downhill mountain bike race trail in the nation.

This prestigious ride follows the paths of the Sunrise Trail, Butcher Ranch Trail, Third Divide Trail and First Divide Trail. It's big, it's bad and it's beautiful.

The downhill ride features banked turns, reverse grades, rolling dips and even a few G-outs. It is an action-packed, adrenaline-rushing, heart-pounding trail!

PRICING (price does not include bike. If you need a bike, we can rent one to you!)
1 person: $200
2 or more people: $150/person


Incline Village

Distance: 15-30 miles
Ascent: 1,500-4,000’
Time: 4-6 hours (riding time)
Recommendation: Intermediate to Expert

PRICING (price does not include bike. If you need a bike, we can rent one to you!)
1 person: $250
2 people: $200/person
3 or more people: $175/person

This is is one of the most beautiful mountain bike rides in the Lake Tahoe area. 

The Flume Trail Mountain Bike Ride is a moderately difficult one way 14 mile ride at 7000′ to 8100′ feet in elevation with over a 1000′ of climbing in the first four miles and 4.5 miles of single track.

The Flume Trail itself traverses above several steep sections, so those afraid of heights be forewarned. In this world, most spectacular vistas require traversing steep terrain.

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