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From Tahoe Trails to Global Ultramarathons

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Truckee resident Adam Kimble had never run a race until 2011, when he tackled his first half marathon. Three years later, he was running ultramarathons, and medaling. Now, he is a professional ultra runner obsessed with the sport. Enews excerpt: Truckee resident Adam Kimble had never run a race until 2011, when he tackled his first half marathon. Three years later, he was running ultramarathons, and medaling. Now he is a professional ultra runner obsessed with the sport.

Mountain Bikers Will Have Fewer Trail Options this Summer

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For the next year, mountain bike riders won’t be able to ride the popular Donkey Kong (aka Jackass) trail, along with many other trails in the area, due to closures for a forest health and wildfire resilience project

Artists, Teachers, and Moms Who Rock

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Veronica Lichter, Tiffany Connolly, and Brittany Rose are Truckee moms who rock. Their band, Rogue, takes audiences on a trip back to the era of ’90s grunge and beyond, with a mix of genres.

Lily Bradley Is Making the Podium More Inclusive

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Tahoe local Lily Bradley is making waves on the Freeride World Tour, but even more important to them than skiing success is making the sport and the outdoors more inclusive for queer athletes.

Not Horsing Around

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New technology allows spectators and officials to better track the horses and riders in the Tevis Cup, the 100-mile endurance horse race from Olympic Valley to Auburn that takes place this month.

Out of the Blue

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The burgeoning sport of eFoiling has gained in popularity in recent years on Lake Tahoe. Truckee local Matt Cook launched Cook eFoils to help people learn, and fall in love with, this new sport.

Getting Pumped

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How the pandemic led Reno teen Adrian Lin to chase a dream he didn’t even know he had: building a neighborhood pump track.

Micro Machines

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Is microtransit the key to cutting traffic congestion during peak tourist times like weekends and holidays?

Defining a Culture

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There’s a little bit of ski bum in all of us. Contributor Bill Hatfield explores the evolution of the everlasting ski bum.

A Walk Toward the Future

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Where policy meets practice. Artist and author Obi Kaufmann and California Natural Resources Secretary Wade Crowfoot join forces to examine California’s natural future.