Lake Tahoe from the Flume Trail

2020 Flume Trail Shuttles operating daily!
2020 Tahoe Rim Trail Shuttles begin mid June.

Flume Trail Shuttle

2020 Information:  Shuttles to Spooner Lake to ride the Flume Trail one way back to Incline and our shop operating daily.
First shuttle 9:30 every day. 

So how are we dealing with Covid – 19 as we move into the next stage of opening up? Nevada is allowing more in the phase 1 opening.
To comply with OSHA and State of Nevada requirements for social distancing, shuttles will run at about half capacity (8) seats will be partitioned and only people from the same household will share a seat.  

Due to the constraints of our reservation software, we will sell rides in groups of two for each bench for the four benches in the van- $36.00 per bench –  so you will not sit next to someone unknown to you. For two people the cost is still $18 per person. ($2 of that is the state park entrance fee). If you are an individual rider, book the two seats (entire row) for $36 and we will refund $18 when you arrive. Clunky we know, but just how it has to be for the time being. 

There will be partitions between seats. Touch surfaces in the vans will be sanitized between trips. Hand sanitizer will be available before you board the shuttle. 
Drivers as well as passengers are to wear masks. (Bring a mask)
Windows will be open on the van as well as the fan for outside air.
A second shuttle will be available if the scheduled shuttle fills to our current 8 person capacity (in a 15 passenger van). 
Another option is for groups to park in the state park at Spooner Lake – we can deliver rental bikes if needed – Ride to our shop behind Tunnel Creek Cafe and then just one member of the group takes the shuttle back to spooner in the afternoon or we can take the group back if they would be returning back to South Lake Tahoe. 

Flume Trail Shuttle schedule:  Saturday May 23, 2020 to mid November.
9:30, 10:30, 11:30, 2:00, 4:00. Private shuttles can be arranged as well. 

Tahoe Rim Tahoe Shuttle schedule: Even calendar days of the month (2nd, 4th, etc). Shuttles to the TRT beginning mid June 2020 after the snow melts.

We operate two shuttle routes for two distinctly different classic Tahoe mountain bike rides. Our Bike shop is located at the end of the trail for these classic point to point rides just behind our Tunnel Creek Café, Incline Village, NV.
Good food, coffee and beer next to the bike shop!

  • Take the shuttle van in the morning from our shop behind Tunnel Creek Café to Spooner Lake State Park and ride the amazing Flume Trail one way back to your car at our bike rental shop and café.
  • Coming from South Lake Tahoe? Drive to Spooner lake in the State park and ride first, then take an afternoon shuttle back to spooner. This will help you avoid the busy east shore by Sand Harbor in the morning. 
  • Take the shuttle van in the morning from our shop behind Tunnel Creek Café to Tahoe Meadows to ride the Tahoe Rim Trail. Rides from 14 miles to 40 miles accessible from this shuttle ride all ending back at our bike shop and Tunnel Creek Café.
  • If you have your own bike and taking a shuttle, please park in the new parking lots along highway 28. It may be a bit down the street but you have a bike! Do Not Park in the one hour Cafe Parking lot!

E-mail: info@flumetrailbikes.com   QUESTIONS? call us: 775-298-2501. For the last part of June just e mail as the phone is disconnected due to a remodel at our Tunnel Creek Cafe. 

Flume Trail Shuttle – 7 days a week, Usually Memorial Day to mid November $16 per person plus $2 for Nevada State Park Entry. Reservations available. 

Shuttle from Flume Trail Bikes next to Tunnel Creek Cafe in Incline Village to Spooner Lake State Park. Ride your bike back to Flume Trail Bikes in Incline Village via the spectacular Flume Trail. The classic Flume Trail Ride is 14 miles back to the shop/cafe and your car. Longer loops can be added.
We drop you off at the trailhead in the state park and you ride back to our shop with NO riding on Highway 28 to get back to the shop. 

  • Flume Trail Shuttle: Flume Trail Bikes to Spooner State Park

    Flume Trail Shuttle Schedule: 9:30, 10:30, 11:30. Then 2:00 and 4:00 for two or more.   Two rider minimum for afternoon shuttles. If a scheduled shuttle on the half hour fills, we send another shuttle in half an hour.

  • Last shuttle 2:00 if renting a bike from us. 
  • Last shuttle 4:00 for two or more with your own bikes or to return to your car at Spooner.
  • Coming from South Lake Tahoe? Drive to Spooner lake in the State park and ride first, then take an afternoon shuttle back to spooner. This will help you avoid the busy east shore by Sand Harbor in the morning. 
  • If you have your own bike and taking a shuttle, please park in the new parking lots along highway 28. It may be a bit down the street but you have a bike! Do Not Park in the one hour Cafe Parking lot!
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Tahoe Rim Trail Shuttle. 
$16 plus $2 State park entrance fee.
Flume Trail Bikes to Tahoe Meadows.
Even days of the month (2nd, 4th, 6th, etc).
Running Mid June to November 2020.

Leave on the shuttle van from Flume Trail Bikes next to Tunnel Creek Cafe to the Tahoe Meadows Trailhead of the Tahoe Rim Trail on the Mt. Rose Highway. Shortest ride back to the shop and cafe is 14 miles. Many excellent loops can be added for up to 40 miles of mostly single track riding all ending back at our shop, your car, the cafe and a cold beer!

Tahoe Rim Trail Shuttle Schedule:
Operating even days of the month Mid June 2020 to November.

    • Midweek even days of the month –
      9:00 and 10:00.
    • Weekend even day – 9:00, 10:00 and 11:00.
    • 2:00 and 4:00 for two or more. Park your vehicle at Tahoe Meadows, ride the trail and we will get you back up to your car.
    • Arrive about half an hour early. IF a scheduled shuttle fills, we send another in half an hour. 
    • Reservations available and recommended for weekends.
    • Fall colors at Marlette Lake peak the third week of October.
    • You can park at Tahoe meadows, ride to our shop and catch an afternoon shuttle back up to your vehicle. 

Flume Trail Shuttle