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2 - Basic Skills


Slightly more challenging than a level 1 ride. A rider with minimal experience will still feel comfortable riding a larger bike (such as a V-Strom 650) on a level 2 ride. Level 2 routes include primarily gravel roads with tighter corners and steeper grades. You may encounter some very easy double track. You should be comfortable with steady speeds on straight gravel, averaging 40 m.p.h. when appropriate.

Quick 4 Site Challenge Ride

  •  Member Ride
  •   08/30/2015 - 8:00 am
  •   08/30/2015 - 5:00 pm
  •  ~225
  •  Express Cafe 400 E Fairview Ave, Meridian, ID 83642
  •  Not Applicable
  •  Every 200 Miles
  •  Pack it in, Pack it out

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2 - Basic Skills

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Ride Description:

 Just a quick ride to 23b Sagehen Res Gem County, Site 2b Mica LO Adams County, 44b Crane Creek Res Washington County and 38b Clay Peak Motorcycle Park Payette County.  Kick stands up at 8 so if you would like to eat show up early.  Not sure where we will be around noon so I would pack a lunch.

Contact Information:

Dan Driscoll 863-8028 touchngodan@gmail.com (This information has been provided by the creator of this event page.)

Ride Roster

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2015 Yellow Pine Music Festival and Dual Sport Ride

I think I was on time to Big Twin BWM where we met up and introduced ourselves.  Bo, Norris, Reg, Larry, Dan and myself were present at the meetup.  Big Twin put on some coffee for us, we checked out the bikes in the for sale lot, had a brief meeting and were on our way.  We rode up to Bogus Basin, then Larry led us over the Boise Ridge into Placerville where we met up with Doug.  From there we headed into Garden Valley for fuel and a quick bite.  Heading East on the Banks/Lowman highway for a few miles, we then turned North onto Scott Mountain Road/FR555.  Its

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After Work Ride - Eagle, Horseshoe Bend, Foothills

  •  Member Ride
  •   08/07/2015 - 6:00 pm
  •   08/07/2015 - 10:00 pm
  •  ~~75 miles
  •  Chevron on the Corner of Beacon Light and Hwy 55 in Eagle
  •  Not Applicable
  •  Frequently Available
  •  Not Applicable

Difficulty Rating:

2 - Basic Skills

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Ride Description:

 I got a new to me Supermoto, and need to get out and put some miles on it.  So I was thinking about doing an afterwork ride from Eagle up into the Foothills. This should be mostly easy, big gravel and pavement, with easy outs for anyone who doesn't want to do more technical stuff.

Contact Information:

rockhopjohn@gmail.com or 208-286-2005 (This information has been provided by the creator of this event page.)

Ride Roster

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Silver City (Cow Creek to Murphy)

  •  Member Ride
  •   06/25/2015 - 7:30 am
  •   06/25/2015 - 5:00 pm
  •  ~n/a
  •  
  •  Not Applicable
  •  Every 100 Miles
  •  Available enroute ($)

Difficulty Rating:

2 - Basic Skills

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Ride Description:

 I am dying to get out!  

 

Can anybody run to Silver City this Thursday?  Short notice, I know.  I would like to go in on the Oregon side via Cow Creek, and leave through Murphy.  I am up for any riding, such as staight through, picinic lunch, or a little exploring.

I think the loop is about 150 miles round trip from Greenleaf.   I could meet up in Nampa or Caldwell at 7:30.  If somebody wants to grab breakfast, let me know where.

 

Feel free to call, text or email!

Bo 

 

Contact Information:

869-one9one9 (This information has been provided by the creator of this event page.)

Ride Roster

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Sam's Ride to Promontory Point (Golden Spike Transcontinental Rail Road Monument)

This is the second time that Sam Stone has led a group of riders from the Boise area down through southern Idaho into the desert east and north of the Great Salt Lake to visit Promontory Point, the Gold Spike National Historic Site where the Union Pacific and Central Pacific Railroads joined their rails on May 10, 1869 forging the destiny of our nation. 

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