Tahoe Area Mountain Biking Association is a finalist for major trails grant

tambaSUBMITTED NEWS, SOUTH LAKE TAHOE — TAMBA (Tahoe Area Mountain Biking Association) is one of the finalists in the Bell Built Grant. This means they might win a share of $100,000 split between 3 projects and have IMBA Trail Solutions come here to help build out all the proposed features on Corral Trail (jumps, berms, hips, tables, rock features). Once complete, the Corral Trail will be a model for how trails with mountain bike features can egally be built in public forests around the country! Tahoe is competing against projects in Vermont, Alabama, and Indiana – a vote for Corral Trail means a vote for recreation in Tahoe and a positive partnership with the US Forest Service. VOTE for Corral Trail here (Select Flow Trail Projects): http://www.facebook.com/BellBikeHelmets/app_228716427271717

Over 100 applications were submitted from across the country and TAMBA has been selected as one of the 12 finalists. The wining projects will be announced in April at the Sea Otter Classic. TAMBA wants Corral to be one of those three winning projects and needs your help. Help by spreading the word and creating some buzz, and remember to vote for Corral on the Bell Facebook page by April 12th. Read the proposal to find out more at TAMBA.org.

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