Check out the view from the bench. This is a great ride. It has some technical sections, but they are easy to walk if you lack the skills to ride. I’m one that lacks the skills to ride these sections so I just hop off my bike and walk for a very short distance. For those of you that don’t understand what a “technical section” means I have a general description below. It generally means tight rocks or very thin lines (areas to pass) where more advanced riding skills are needed. I have to be honest, although I am embarrassed to admit that on my last ride to the bench I didn’t bring enough water and ended up cramping up on the way back. So please make sure you bring plenty of water and it never hurts to pack a trail bar and a PBJ. Make sure you are in decent shape if you are planning to do this ride. The Trailhead begins at the end of Andrea Street (off of North Benjamin) and there is plenty of FREE parking. This ride is about a 14 mile round trip and will take around 3-4 hour depending on what kind of shape you are in and how long you want to stay at the bench. The view out there is awesome so make sure to bring your camera and enjoy the serenity. Stop by Shoreline of Tahoe to get additional information about the ride. You can also pick up a good tahoe trail map, energy bar, and we stock plenty of bike accessories. Be safe out there and ALWAYS WEAR A HELMET!!!
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It really blew me away when I found out about “Google Street.” Have you seen or heard of this site? I’ve embedded “Market Street,” where Shoreline of Tahoe is located. So let me tell you about “Grandpa Charlie.” This is one of the many nicknames for our beloved head technician. Grandpa Charlie is one of the most loved Shoreline employees. My wife and I often receive compliments about Charlie. “Charlie did a great job fixing my skis, he tuned up my bike like new, and he is so nice to my children.” Charlie this and Charlie that. My wife and I are very happy to hear this. In an age where computers are turning us all into loveless machines, this kind of personal treatment is like going back in time. A time when people would say “howdy” and pass the time talking and relating to each other because relationships used to be important to Americans. I have to take this time to mention what kind of person “Ol Charlie” is so you can truly enjoy the fact that as the Google Street van came by our shop it captured Charlie teaching a three year old boy to skateboard. When I saw this picture of Charlie I yelled across the store, “You’re so Fired!” Think about it purely from a business perspective and this is a total misuse of time. I would think that maybe some employers would fire an employee for this abuse of company time but not me. The more I thought about the odds of the Google Street camera van catching Charlie helping this little kid skateboard the more I was impressed with Charlie’s commitment to treat everyone like a person, even 3 year olds. So if you stop by Shoreline and can’t seem to locate an employee don’t forget to check outside and see if we’re skateboarding for the Google Street cameras.
The Shoreline Nevada Beach bike loop is a family friendly adventure. Starting at either Shoreline of Tahoe location, make your way up SR-207 (Kingsbury Grade) to where the trailhead begins at the end of Pineridge Road. Wind your way through the wooded mountain side on a paved path to Kingsbury Middle School. Once there, make your way around to the other side where the trail starts up again. It’s all down hill from here to Nevada Beach. After enjoying some time on the beach, make your way to Campsite 20 where you’ll find a dirt path through the meadow back to either Shoreline location (CA or NV).