Now in its 62nd year, the annual winter recreationists barterama at Expo Idaho assembles some 20,000 items and is one of the largest in the Northwest, according to organizers.
In anticipation of the opening game, crews put the finishing touches on the rink--including painting the Steelheads logo onto the ice--on Sept. 12. Too bad that within minutes of the first game, players will carve up the well-polishing rink as they race to score against their opponents.
"Anybody can hop a mile on a Hippity-Hop. My 59-year-old mother did it. It takes her about 40 minutes."
During Boise Bike Week, our fair town will become even more obsessed over the two-wheels, favoring fixed-gears over Fiats. To cement that image in the collective minds of Treasure Valley riders, the cycling community is blocking off some sweet downtown Boise asphalt to dedicate to the paragon of human-powered transit: the bike.
On Thursday, May 17, the Linen Building will be abuzz with booze and bicycles for Boise Bike Week.