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  • Pow Surfing Tahoe
    Pow Surfing lake Tahoe with the Jones Pow Surfer. Keith and Zak from Shoreline doing a few fun lines in the backyard.

  • 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,

    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!

  • 9 Things You Need Mountain Biking

    Mini Pump

    One of the major issues that happens out on the trail is getting a flat. From rocks, stumps, bumps, sticks, and twigs, there’s a good chance something will happen. Without a pump, you’ll be stuck in neutral! Picking up a small pump is easy, right? Wrong! There’s MULTIPLE sizes, so how do you choose? Similar to Goldilocks and the three bears, you need to find the one that’s perfect for you. Well, you can go with the smallest pump available but if you do get a flat, you might be there for a LOOONNGG time trying to pump it up. But if you get the biggest one, you can pump up the tire quicker but it’ll be a lot heavier to carry. For us, we picked the middle size one.  big enough to pump in air quickly but not too heavy to carry for the ride.

    Spare Inner Tube

    This is your first line of defense if you do flat-out. Inner tubes are as cheap as a cup of coffee why even mess with a patch kit? Grab that tire, rip out the tube, throw in a new one in and you are good to go

    Patch Kit

    It's just a good idea as a backup to your spare inner tube(s). If you’re 10 miles from your car, you’ll be glad you brought a patch kit with you. It might take a bit more work, but a patch kit can cover MULTIPLE flat tires if it happens out there. Better to be safe than sorry with a ride like that!

    Multi-tool with pliers

    A multi-tool is THE standard backcountry tool you should always carry with you, sun or snow.From a pair of pliers to a knife, this is something you should carry any time you’re out in the wilderness. A Leatherman is the standard most outdoorsy folk use as they fold up nicely and stay out of the way till you need it.

    Bicycle Multi-tool

    Besides a normal multi-tool, there’s a good chance you’ll need something that’s specific to a bike. That’s where the bike multi-tool kit comes in. From hex keys to tire levers, it’s critical to have this if something unexpected happens out there.  Tire Levers Rims on a mountain bike aren’t cheap. If you don’t have a tire lever to pop the tire off correctly, you could damage not just your ego but the rim itself. Be sure to pick up at least a pair of these because they are known to break. And if they do, replace them before your next ride.

    Chain Tool / Master Link

    The bike chain is an essential piece of gear on your bike. When riding over stumps, rocks and sticks, there’s a high likelihood that you’ll bend the chain. You might be able to bend it back, but if you have a chain tool and a master link, you can pop off the problem link and put on the new one with no issue. Each “speed” (8, 9, 10 speed, etc.) has different thicknesses and lengths for their links. So, when buying a master link, be sure you pick up the right one.


    Similar to run-flat for a car, zip-ties are a great option to temporarily fix your bike until you can get somewhere to fully fix the problem.

    Duct Tape

    If something snaps, just like our pedal, some good 'ole duct tape could’ve helped keep that piece of the bike together.

    • When planning your next mountain biking adventure think about the following
    • How close are you to the nearest road?
    • Can someone come and get you if something bad happens?
    •  Proximity to civilization/wilderness aspect?

    Depending on how you answer the questions above, adding things like a headlight, water, and snacks might also be good ideas. It’s always fun to head out into the wilderness but be responsible! Stay tuned as we talk about going tubeless.  What else do you bring with you when heading out on the trail?

  • Ride Your Bike!

    Seasons are changing and Fox's new video will get you hyped to play with your bike.  Come on into the shop if you need a tune-up or a new bike!  Enjoy this ROWDY video.

  • One last Heavenly Weekend

    Heavenly will reopen April 28th-30th.  Don't miss out on the fun!  Shoreline will be open from 8am to 8pm to accommodate you with your last rentals of the season!


  • Resorts Closing? No problem, backcountry is wide open...

    Backcountry Gear Essentials

    The 2016/2017 season is coming to an end, or is it?  Yes! Most of the resorts did extend their lift operations for a few weeks with the above average snow fall we are having this season.  But what do you do when the lifts close for the season and your still dreaming of turns in the mountains?  I'll tell you what you do, you head to Shoreline and pick up the necessary tools to extend your season until....well forever.  Welcome to the Backcountry, an endless playground of white mountains.  Lets glaze over some equipment that you will need to be safe and efficient in the backcountry.



    Sometimes you have to go deep in the backcountry for untracked pow. With ski / snowboard carry, helmet carry, and a breathable, quick-dry backpanel with main cargo access, this pack is always ready to explore a ridgeline or start breaking trail. Now you just have to figure out where the best place to ride is.


    North America’s best-selling avalanche transceiver. Includes harness. The Tracker2 avalanche transceiver offers the industry’s fastest, most precise pinpointing, with triple receive antenna, instantaneous real-time display, and the same easy-to-use interface as the Tracker DTS. An intuitive mechanical search/transmit switch makes it easy to use right “out of the box.” Includes Special Mode and multiple burial indicator lights.



    The Dakine SC Shovel is a great shovel to grab on the go! It breaks down for compact transport. Some feature include a tempered aluminum blade and an anodized telescoping handle which makes for very easy use


    find your Friend before you start digging.


    The Prospector is designed to take your experience to the next level. An exclusive flat zone under the touring pieces provide extra grip for skinning traction while the Original Rocker Camber Profile and tapered shape give the Prospector ultimate powder floatation on the descent. The elastomeric rubber damping system and firm flex allow the Prospector to mow through runout debris and heavy snow. The unmatched durability of our Carbonium Topsheet and full wrap P-Tex protection will keep the Prospector searching for epic lines for years to come.



    There's a reason the Spark R&D Arc is one of the most popular splitboard bindings available. Lightweight with medium flex for long hours, epic overnighters, trees and steeps, it can do it all.




    High traction skin material manufactured by G3 is the perfect combination of stick, glide, and grip. Equipped with our patented tailclips, these babies get you to the top with less effort and more style. New for 16/17 is our Spark Crossword graphic for a fresh look.



    The Ibex Crampon is 4WD for your splitboard. Crampons mount to Tesla touring brackets and give riders added traction on steep or icy terrain. New for 16/17, we have added a narrow size for a better fit and reduced fatigue when used with narrower boards.


    Near infinite adjustability for splitboards built with inserts. The unique design gives the Spark Pucks channel-like adjustability for regular splitboards.



    collapsible four-season pole for snowshoeing, splitboarding and hiking.



    These are just a few of the essentials to make a safe and comfortable backcoutry day trip.  For more information contact your local resort or snow shop to find out even more information including avalanche classes and information on where to get even more informed.  There is endless knowlage to be gained in this sport and always go with a buddy who is more knowledgeable than yourself if possible.  Come into shoreline and lets talk about getting set up for endless backcountry!

  • Protect Your Head!

     Protect Your Head!



    New and Improved helmet shopping at our Heavenly Village location.  Easy to try on helmets and browse our variety of stock.   No longer do you need to ask a sales associate for assistance to find the right fit for you.  Try them all on; Smith, Anon, Bern and Red.  We are always ordering new inventory, so be sure to check in to see whats in stock.  We are stoked on this, I hope you are too!  Always check our website:  if you wanna shop in your underwear at home :)

  • Face Mask Mania!

    What Can A Face Mask Do For You!


    Everybody's wearing them and they are an essential garment for the mountain.  So many designs, colors and brands to choose from.  Go ahead and choose your favorite print,  Check out the diagram below to see all the different way they can be worn.  You wont want to be stuck on the mountain without your Face mask after discovering all its new uses!

    how-to-wear-facemask Diagram of all ways you can wear your facemask!
  • Tech Shop

    Repair Menu

    winterstigers                                  repair

    Hot Wax .........................................................$15

    Edge ...............................................................$15

    Wet Belt Tune ...............................................$45

    Stoneground Tune .......................................$65

    Mounting .......................................................$30

    Base Weld ......................................................$10 an inch

    Binding Test ...................................................$25


    If you need any services that are not listed feel free to ask and more than likely we can meet your needs!  259 Kingsbury Grade, Stateline NV 89449

  • 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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259 Kingsbury Grade
Stateline NV 89449
775-588-8777 -Map

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193 Kahle Dr.
Stateline, NV 89449
775-580-7722 -Map