(This post will mainly be directed at female cyclists, but anyone can take some snippet away that they can use.) If you are like me, […]
How does riding a bicycle make you feel? For me, bicycling has always meant FREEDOM. During my childhood my bicycle allowed me to get from […]
Bicycle-related IDAHO CODE Title 49, Chapter 7 49-714. TRAFFIC LAWS APPLY TO PERSONS ON BICYCLES AND OTHER HUMAN-POWERED VEHICLES — DUE CARE. (1) Every person […]
San Fransisco is the latest city to try to implement a version of the Idaho Stop. Aptly named because the rolling stop was put into law for bicyclist in the 70’s in Idaho. This video that Oregan tried to use to get a similar law passed explains how it works. (Unfortunately it was a large majority of the cycling community that opposed it.)
Now in its fifth year, the Chasing Mailboxes Coffeeneuring Challenge is a relaxed weekend cycling endeavor for cyclists everywhere. If you like riding a bike and enjoy drinking […]
The scenic USBR 10 traverses 66 miles across the Idaho Panhandle before continuing on into the states of Washington and Montana.
The new U.S. Bike Route 10 includes a 66-mile section that travels through northern Idaho to Montana using U.S. 2, Idaho 200 and local routes. Along the way, the route parallels historic water paths in the Panhandle region and follows railroad beds established more than a century ago.