Truckee is an authentic mountain town nestled in the heart of California’s northern Sierra Nevada. A biking mecca, Truckee is home to endless singletrack, dirt and gravel roads, and scenic paved paths. There’s terrain for all types of riders - gravel grinders, mountain bikers, serious road riders, and family-friendly cruisers. Visitors will also enjoy Truckee’s proximity to Lake Tahoe, just 15 minutes from the northern shores, and its charming Historic Downtown, filled with shops, restaurants, breweries, and bars.

Plan Your Stay & Book Truckee Lodging

Choose from a wide variety of Truckee lodging options - boutique hotels, cozy inns and bed and breakfasts,  flagship hotels, spacious vacation rental homes, and more. Browse Truckee’s 12 hotels, lodges, and inns, as well as a huge selection of mountain homes, including 18 professional property management companies. Book direct for best rates and availability.

Getting to Truckee is easy! Reno-Tahoe International Airport is just 30 minutes away, and the town is also conveniently located off Interstate I-80. Whether you plan to drive or fly, Truckee offers easy access to all travelers. 

Before your trip and while you’re here, be sure to check the Truckee-Tahoe Travel Alert for daily updates on weather, roads, events, trail conditions, and more.

Truckee Bike Shops & Biking Trails

Looking to go for a ride before or after the race? Truckee is considered a world-class biking destination, and for good reason. The town has easy access to 26 miles of scenic paved paths for casual family riding, over 57 miles of dirt trail and paved paths open to e-bikes, and hundreds of miles of singletrack, gravel roads, and bike lanes. From road riding to flowy mountain biking, Truckee’s got it all. Learn more about Truckee biking.

What’s more, Truckee has Trails for EveryBODY™: all-inclusive trails that have been universally designed for all users. These trails are great for young kids, seniors, and people with disabilities and can accommodate strollers, wheelchairs, mobility devices, and adaptive bikes. 

Check out Truckee's bike shops for top-tier service to get your bike ready for race day. There are many local shops to rent bikes, purchase gear and equipment, and get repairs or maintenance taken care of before or after the race. And while you’re there, chat with knowledgeable local riders for the beta on best places to ride and current trail conditions. Support Truckee’s community of dirt and gravel enthusiasts by shopping local.

Truckee Restaurants, Breweries, Groceries, Markets

Fresh, local, organic ingredients are at the forefront of Truckee’s mountain cuisine. There are tons of great restaurants to try, plus five breweries and beer gardens to quench that post-ride thirst. Those with little ones in tow will enjoy this list of 8 Great Family-Friendly Restaurants in Truckee.

Staying in a mountain home? Here’s where to stock up the fridge if you plan to take advantage of the kitchen during your stay - farmers markets, veggie boxes, grocery stores and more

Sustainable Truckee

Truckee shares your commitment to sustainability. See what Visit Truckee-Tahoe is doing to support Truckee's community, environment, and local economy on their Sustainable Truckee programs and sponsorships page.

You can help too! Read the Sustainable Truckee Best Practices for Events to learn how to help reduce waste, lower emissions, and support local businesses during your stay. Thanks for taking care of Truckee's special people and places. Your actions make a difference in the community.