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 is now open on weekends from Verdi to the suspension bridge. Please continue to avoid this area on weekdays due to utility construction.
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 will go out to bid this spring and will be built in the summer!
The section of Bikeway continuing upriver beyond Fleish Bridge is completed and open. Thanks to all who came out and helped build this section of the trail.
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 Boy Scouts did a great job finishing the soil at Mustang, so the sand pit at mile 1.5 isn't the obstacle it used to be.
Come visit our exhibit table at Truckee Earth Day in Squaw Valley Village, and an easy ride from Squaw Valley to Tahoe City, starting at 11:00 from the the A-Frame Bar in the east parking lot.
Visit our exhibit table at Reno Earth Day in Idlewild Park, and join us for an easy ride from Reno to Vista Blvd starting at 11:00 by the Rose Garden.
Sunday May 3 will be the annual Cookie Ride, celebrating 10 years of the popular Mogul-Verdi Bike Path. This year we are having multiple start locations, with area cycling clubs, or ask your favorite bike shop to organize a group ride to Verdi. Or just come out with friends. We will have homemade cookies and lemonade at Crystal Peak Park in Verdi from 10:30 to 11:30. HOMEMADE cookies are needed, and our cookie coordinator again this year is Pat Larson, so get in touch with her about your cookie donation at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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!
The Bikeway has been approved for a $350,000 Recreation Trails Grant in California,
which will extend the trail 2 more miles upstream in 2015.
In 2014 we received unprecedented support 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