Pacific Northwest - Boise folks, where do you ride?
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09-27-06, 07:38 PM
I'm looking for some new 10-20 mi road rides heading out of downtown Boise. Warm Springs/Greenbelt and Hill Road are getting a bit tired. What are some other options?
11-24-06, 03:15 PM
bogus basin road. especially fixed, just push yourself until you just can't go any farther up...it might not be far, or long, but if you keep hill-climbs a part of your regular regimen, it'll really help strengthen you up. i used to bogus on my road bike, now i do mt. tabor fixed. not as often as i should, but shhhh....
one thing i forgot about boise, now that i'm in town, is how much thinner the air is here than in portland. i'm going to be a bit slower than some other people, i think.
12-19-06, 01:22 PM
Hilltop Cafe above Luck Peak or just up to Luck Peak if you don't want the climb.
Checkout Lactic Acid's ride list. Most start from downtown.
03-05-07, 12:55 PM
Seaman's Gulch to hidden springs and back is usually a good road ride.
From downtown, it's a good work out.
03-05-07, 03:02 PM
yea.. i like the dump loop..
there is some good riding out by micron..
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