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Coming Attractions & Updates
FIRST RIDE 2013!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Feb 16 2013 - There is a group ride to test the roads Sat morning. Folks are
going to meet at the Chevron in Horseshoe Bend around
11:00. Going to make a short run to the gun store just
north of town and then run Blacks Canyon a few times.
So blow the dust off and lets get a nice ride in Sat.
Welcome to 2013!
With all the cold and snow since Christmas, we have decided to wait for a break in the weather before publishing our Spring ride and activity schedule. If you have a suggestion for a ride please send us a message through our "Contact" page.
November 18 - 10:00am Sand Hollow Café (West of Caldwell on Sand
Hollow ( Hwy 30) and the Oasis intersection, or just off of
I-84 N of Caldwell)
November 4 - 10:00am Starlite Café (152 Clark St N, Vale, Oregon)
October 21 - 10:00am Tom's Cabin (5001 W Highway 52, about
5.4 miles west of Emmett, or 22.2 miles east of Payette
October 7 - 10:00am Jordan Valley Café (701 Main St, Jordan Valley, Oregon)
September 30 - 10:00am Buhl (is there a place to eat here??)
September 16 - 10:00am Mann Creek Store (10 miles N of Weiser:
1498 Highway 95, Weiser, ID)
September 2 - 10:00am Sourdough Lodge (N of Lowman)
******** CHANGE NOTICE********
Aug 19th - 2012
Breakfast meeting and ride planning session at the Sand Hollow Country Store and Cafe located just west of Caldwell on Sand Hollow Rd ( Hwy 30) and the Oasis Rd intersection (208) 454-8686. (Click on "Sand Hollow" for map link.) Meeting time is 10:00am. This will be an opportunity to have a great breakfast and do some group planning about future ride destinations. Everyone welcome!
Aug 12th - 2012
Breakfast ride to the Triangle Restaurant in Sweet at the conner of Hwy 52 and the old Sweet/Ola hwy @ 9:30am. Hwy 52 runs between Horseshoe Bend and Emmett. For people
heading out of Boise through Eagle we will be at the Chevron @ Eagle rd and State street @ 8:45 heading out no later then 9:00am.
Aug 4, 2012
Big Twin Cycles Retro Rocket Rally
Sat Aug 4th the Retro Rocket Rally @ Big Twin Cycles was a ton of fun. Bikes of all brands were represented with beautiful examples. Fred had a stage setup out front for the band ( Bret Welty and the Growlers) Carl came out from behind his desk and rocked the house on the bongos and harmonica. The showroom was full of vintage bikes as was most of the area outside. Pizza was offered up by Free Range wood fired Pizza( burp, that was good).
Greg, Tim and Rob were amazed with all of the people wanting to know what was up with the t-shirts. We started explaining what they were and why we started the new club. Afterwards we signed up 7 new people on the spot including 2 employees of Big Twin and 3 long time disgruntled bmw riders from Boise. One guy stated he had parked his mint /5 due to all of the flack he got for not riding a NEW bike. Sounds like whoever he was riding with forgot it about the ride and not what your on or wearing.
Bunch of non-fat soy mocha latte sucking BOZO Yuppie Muppets.
Check out the pic section/events and remember it not what you ride but the fact that you ride at all
July 29, 2012
Tech ride for tire adhesion test.
The ride to Stanley on Sun the 29th for tire testing was real nice. Headed out from Horseshoe Bend around 9:20 up to Banks then to Lowman. We stopped at the Haven Restaurant in Lowman for a GREAT breakfast. The food and owners are both worth the trip (one of the owners joined the club).
Lowman to Stanley got crowded with all of the Sunday box traffic. Had the gopro on and got 2 good vids both before and after Lowman. The Z8 Interacts did a great job even when I got well over into the elephants.
July 7, 2012
The breakfast ride was a lot of fun. The sun was shining but it started getting hot fast. The view from the deck at Mann Creek was great; we could sit and watch the country side as we ate. All the people from both clubs appeared to be having a good time except one poor guy from the other club. He was sitting across from us hunched over in his chair, shaking and turning different shades of red (maybe he was up late). We sure hope he gets to feeling better soon.
Things are going to be hopping this month with the national but keep checking in to see if we set up another event soon.