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  • Lake Tahoe Area Calendar of Mountain Biking Events

    Lake Tahoe Area Calendar of Mountain Biking Events
    There are many opportunities to help improve and extend multi-use trails in the Lake Tahoe area. Volunteering for trail building is a great way to give back as well as interact with our community of trail enthusiasts! If trail building isn't your gig, we have plenty of mountain biking parties coming up as well! Come on out and join the fun!

    Flume Trail Mountain Biking Lake Tahoe Mountain Biking -Flume Trail

    Volunteer Trail Building Days

    7/7 – Trail Work Day: Angora Ridge Trail (Start time for weekday work is 8:30 and we finish by 12:30)
    7/8 – Trail Work Day: Elevator Shaft, Tahoe City (Meet at Nordic Center, 8:45am)
    7/9 – Trail Work Day: Angora Ridge Trail (9am Start, free BBQ and drink)
    7/14 – Trail Work Day: Armstrong Connector Start time for weekday work is 8:30 and we finish by 12:30.
    7/19 – Trail Work Day: Elevator Shaft, Tahoe City (Meet at Nordic Center, 8:45am)
    7/22 & 23 – Trail Work Days: Incline Flume
    7/26 – Trail Work Day: Elevator Shaft, Tahoe City (Meet at Nordic Center, 8:45am)
    7/29 – Trail Work Day: Elevator Shaft, Tahoe City (Meet at Nordic Center, 8:45am)
    Ongoing: Bijou Bike Park Maintenance Mondays, Scott and Bob’s weekday trail days

    Friday, July 14, Scott will lead volunteers to resolve issues on Armstrong or Armstrong connector. Start time for weekday work is 8:30 and we finish by 12:30.

    Weekend work in South Lake: Sunday, 9 July, from 9 to 3, we will continue creating six miles of new trail that traverses Angora Ridge and overlooks Fallen Leaf Lake. Snacks, BBQ, beer, and lots of amazing vistas. Come join us on Angora Ridge Rd and look for the TAMBA canopy. Check TAMBA's website for updates and more information, http://www.tamba.org.

    8/6 – Trail Work Day: Elevator Shaft, Tahoe City (Meet at Nordic Center, 8:45am)
    8/12 – Trail Work Days: Incline Flume
    8/13 – Trail Work Day: Angora

    8/26-8/27 - Tahoe Mountain Bike and Brew Festival
    Now in it's 5th Year, The Tahoe Mountain Bike and Brew Festival is a two day event anchored by the infamous Triple Crown Ride 30 mile ride, followed by live music and a beer garden at the Divided Sky on the 26th.

    On the 27th, we take the party to the Corral Trail, where we'll be demoing al the latest bikes from: Specialized, IBIS, Norco, YT Industries, Pivot Cycles, and Intense. Shuttles will be offered by Shoreline of Tahoe for optimal testing applications.
    Meyers Mountain Bike Festival

    9/2 - Rose to Toads - Over 62 miles in length with 8,000+ feet of climbing and 10,000+ feet of descent, this ride is all about bragging rights!

    10/7 - Corral Night Ride - Do you like to party? Possibly get dressed up in your favorite costume and charge off into the night for an amazing mountain biking experience? If you answered yes to either, you should go!

  • 84 Inches in 7 days

    #Snowpocalypse

    Heavenly has received 84" of the white stuff in the last 7 days.  Be aware we have had periods of rain in between the snowfall making the snow totals deceiving at lake level and causing resorts to experience lift operation qualms.  With the current weather prediction by OpenSnow we should see the storm pattern continuing into the month.  Locals are experiencing power outages and flooding from the continuous storms.  Everybody is waiting for the resorts to get back into a state of operation.  Heavenly is hopeful to open Jan 10th 2017.  With a great start to the season, this wet snow will make a great base that will help progress our 2017 season!  Now is a great time to do some online shopping and get exciting for the storms to come!

     

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  • Great Googles for an Affordable Price! $100+/-

    Mid-Priced Googles That We Love-  $100+/- Rangegog1

    There is an overwhelming selection of googles to choose from these days.  How do you decide which ones to choose?   Prices can ranging from $30 for a basic pair upwards of $500 with a GPS or camera built into your googles.  At Shoreline we find that most customers are looking for that great priced do-it-all google.  I picked a handful of googles from our display case that I enjoy selling.

     

    Zeal Optics, Fargo $98.95

    gog7 zeal optics fargo

    Zeal Optics based out of Boulder, Colorado has been making great eye wear quietly over the years.  The Fargo comes equipped with an array of technology. to prevent fogging, triple-layer face foam and dual lens construction will keep the fog out of your lenses and you on the slopes.  Impact resistant, helmet compatible and no slip grip are all great standard features that are usually found in a mid price google.  I have had only great experiences with Zeal Optics.

     

    Smith Optics, Squad $99.99

    gog3 Smith Squad

    My personal favorite to sell to customers looking to upgrade their googles but not yet ready to pony up the cash for a high end google.  With a partially frameless design, In my opinion, the best looking google in the group .  Boasting a cylindrical carbonic-x lens and TLT lens technology for crystal clear vision.  You can't go wrong with the Squad.  Did I mention the Squad comes with a bonus lens?  Helmet compatible and an ultra-wide silicone back strap to keep everything where it needs to be.  I can't say enough good things about this google.

    Oakley, Line Miner $129.99

    gog5 Oakley Line Miner

    A new edition to the Oakley line up and quite a good one.  A tad higher priced than a few of the other googles, but don't rule this google out as the lens is as good as it gets.   Featuring Oakley's newest lens technology, PRIZM.  This lens will work in all conditions and provide a clear vision to whats ahead of you on the open mountain.  This google will also work for people that wear prescription glasses.

    SPY Optics, Marshall $109.95

    gog6 Spy Marshall

    Spy optics has a trick of two of their own.  Made from 100% biodegradable Plantate-an all natural plant material.  So you know your helping Mother Earth out!  Spy's Happy Lens program is on another level, If your not happy with your product within 14 days they will give you a full refund.  So feel free to try these bad boys out.  Loaded with standard features like scoop ventilation and a spherical dual lens.

    Anon, Relapse $119.95

    gog4 Anon Relapse

    The Relapse doesn't come package with a integrated face mask like some of its more upscale brothers, but it is 100% compatible.  This google is over the glasses compatible just like the Line Miners.  While this google has all the features of a do it all google, I picked this google because it comes with two lens and the frame has nice aesthetics.  Anon googles also integrate with Anon helmets and can make a cozy cockpit.

    Dragon Alliance, NFX $129.95

    gog2 Dragon NFX

    The only fully frameless google in the line-up with hypo-allergic micro fleece lining.  Too many features to list like armored venting to prevent snow from clogging up your vents and a bonus lens.  A great cross-over google to bring into other sports like biking, the NFX holds up to 30 laminated tear offs for extra muddy days.  Add these dragons to your collection if your a versatile monster.

  • Snowboard Boot Lacing Systems, Which to Choose?

    Lacing Types, whats the difference?

    boot-typesThere is a large selection of snowboard boots to choose from in this day in age, with a variety of lacing systems.  How do you know which lacing system is right for you?  More than likely any will do, but each lacing system has its owns strengths to boast.  I will discuss the various options that are available and my personal opinions on each lacing system.  remember, these are just my personal opinions.  at shoreline every employee rides a different lacing system!

    Fast Track Lacing

    type1 2017 ThirtyTwo Lashed - Fast Track

    Fast Track gets you onto the mountain without fumbling with traditional laces, tightening the upper and lower zones with the quick pull of each lacing handle. Not only does this system simplify the lacing process, but more importantly, it adjusts the boot's flex to your personal riding style and local terrain.  Growing in popularity because of its simplicity and quickness Fast Track lacing should not be overlooked.  Some of our top shredders rock the fast track system with no complaints.  check out the the ThirtyTwo Lashed XLT

    Boa Lacing

    type2 2017 DC Control- Double Boa

    There are two main types of boa systems – Single Boa and Double Boa.  Single boa systems have one knob for the whole boot.  Double boa systems have one knob which controls the lower boot and one knob that controls the upper boot.  Really easy to get them tight.  Just a matter of twisting the knob, especially good for those with weaker grip.  Easy to tighten when fingers are cold and even while wearing gloves.  With the Boa system you are less likely to experience too much heel lift.  especially with the Ride lassos which are known for eliminating heal lift!

    Traditional Lace

    type3 2016 ThirtyTwo Lashed Bradshaw- Traditional Lace

    Tried and True, this lacing system is either loved or hated.  Loved because of its simplicity and ease to replace the laces.  Sometimes hated because there is so many other lacing system with technology built into them that can make your lacing experience much quicker.  Many freestyle riders choose this traditional lacing system because it allows a good flex through out the boot.  Check out the ThirtyTwo TM-2 one of the most sought after boots of all time ridden by many pro snowboarders.

    Hybrid Lacing
    type4 2016 K2 T1 - Hybrid lacing

    The best of Both worlds? Traditional lacing on the front of the boot and Boa cables on the inner liner. Traditional lace allows for easy replacement and ease of mind knowing there is no room for technology to fail.  While laces are doing there job on the exterior the Boa cables are keeping your heel locked down.  with the reliability of the laces and heal lock when you need it on the inner liner.  This  lacing system is the authors favorite choice in the line up.  Check out the ThirtyTwo Session Grenier boot for a great Hybrid experience.

     

     

  • Bigger than life Labor Day Weekend Sale.

    Labor day saleStop in now through the end of the Labor day weekend and save big on all your skiing and snowboarding gear. The 2016  Ski & Board-wear is now reduced by 50%. Skis, boards, boots and bindings are now 40% Off. Even Our Splitboards have been marked down for the weekend only at 40% Off. Have your eye on the latest great goodies for 2017? All new 2017 gear is 10%.

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