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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.

Ride to Wickahoney with side visit to Higby Cave

Friday, April 10, 2015, a group of eight riders, nost of whom are IAMC members, met at the Trolley House Restaurant on Warm Springs Avenue next to the M&W.  We have a good breakfast and then set out on our ride to Wickahoney in Owyhee County.

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2015 IAMC Challenge Kickoff BBQ at Pro Moto Billet in Nampa

Thanks goes to Dan Driscoll, our fearless club leader, who put this ride together and arranged to have our club Challenge kickoff BBQ at Pro Moto Billet in Nampa.  A thanks also needs to go out to Lynn Hodges, owner of Pro Moto Billet, for hosting us and giving us a tour of his facility.  Anyone who uses his specialty products knows what excellent quality they are.  I, for one, speak from personal experience.

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Ride to Wickahonney (Challenge Site #-37b)

  •  Member Ride
  •   04/10/2015 - 10:00 am
  •   04/10/2015 - 5:00 pm
  •  ~200-250 miles
  •  Trolley House (1821 Warm Springs Avenue, Boise, ID 83712)
  •  Not Applicable
  •  Every 100 Miles
  •  Not Applicable

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2 - Basic Skills

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Ride Description:

Wickahoney is a ghost town in Owyhee County, located in a remote southern part of the county.  It once had its own post office, which doubled as a stagecoach stop on the route from Mountain Home, Idaho to Mountain City, Nevada.  The now-abandoned Wickahoney Post Office and Stage Station was in service from 1895 to 1911.  It was built of local lava rock by Dow Dunnington, who homesteaded the property and served as the postmaster.  The year of construction

Contact Information:

Craig Olsen (coolsen2@slhs.org - 208-859-3575) (This information has been provided by the creator of this event page.)

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Succor Creek / Leslie Gulch March 2015

Kumakahn put together a ride for us all to join in on the other weekend.  Thank you.   I know it can be difficult to motivate yourself into preparing for a ride when the morning temps are less than comfortable.  Luckily the breakfast break helped me warm up physically as well as mentally after ingesting the mini personal pot of coffee our server left each of us.  The meet n greet went well, I think all food orders were correct and we all seemed

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April Fools Weekday After Work Ride

  •  Member Ride
  •   04/01/2015 - 6:00 pm
  •   04/01/2015 - 8:30 pm
  •  ~n/a
  •  Ada County Courthouse 514 W. Jefferson
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  •  Every 300 Miles
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Difficulty Rating:

2 - Basic Skills

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Ride Description:

 The clocks have all been set forward an hour, the days are getting longer, spring is in the air and Weekday After Work Rides are back on! To mark April Fools Day and the challenge kickoff, I propose a little bit of urban offroading to hit the first challenge point of the year. Feel free to look as ridiculous as you want :)

Contact Information:

880-9189 or Pressguy71@msn.com (This information has been provided by the creator of this event page.)

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