Bogus Basin Hill Climb 2010 information

38th Annual Bogus Basin Hill Climb

Saturday August 28th, 2010

Sponsored by: George’s Cycling & Fitness

ON-LINE REGISTRATION ONLY!! at www.spondoro.com from August 1, 2010 through midnight August 27th, 2010. No refunds on registration.

YOU CANNOT REGISTER THE DAY OF THE EVENT!

Classes/age groups

  1. “Non-Competitive” Touring Category for 2008! This group

will be lead by Mike Cooley “Mike’s Army”; will depart at 8:00am with a stop

for water at the half-way point . (2-hour pace)

  1. Competitive

Men <18, 19-29, 30-34, 35-39, 40-44, 45-49, 50-59, 60+

Women <18, 19-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59, 60+

Event starts promptly at 9:30am (mass start with separate times for all age groups).

All Packet pick-up Saturday August 29th from 7:30am to 9am at the event start (Highland Elementary School, 3434 Bogus Basin Rd).

Field will be limited to 500 participants.

Entry includes T-shirt and post-ride refreshments

No prizes awarded. Only bragging rights.

The course: a 14.5 mile ascent up Bogus Basin Rd finishing just before entering Bogus Basin Resort. (approximately 3500 feet elevation gain)

All participants must be able to complete the ride within 4 hours for touring class and 3 hours for competitive class. No guarantee of a time or refreshments after 12:30pm

All participants are responsible for returning timing chips to Spondoro, or you will be charged a fee (approx $150).

Questions? Contact Mike Cooley at George’s Cycles & Fitness (208-343-3782) or Dave Landis (860-5606)

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July 20, 2010 at 10:20 am 1 comment

August 21 century ride in Idaho Falls area

The Art Museum of Eastern Idaho is sponsoring a ride on August 21. It includes a 25 mile ride, and metric century (62 miles) and a century. It sounds like fun:

The HeART of Idaho Century Ride is scheduled for Saturday, August 21, 2010, in Idaho Falls. Bicycle through lush farmland, Grand Teton views and vibrant desert landscapes with fully stocked rest stops and ride support. The ride starts and ends at Snake River Landing where riders will celebrate at a post-ride barbecue with live music, a beer garden, massage therapists and prize drawings.

Register for the HeART of Idaho Century Ride

  • $40 ~ 25 mile ride
  • $65 ~ 62 & 100 mile rides
  • $100 ~ 25 mile Family Package for 2 adults and 2 children
    ($25 each additional child)

Prices include T-shirt, goodie bag, full SAG support along the ride, rest stops with complimentary food and drink, ticket to post-ride barbecue, ticket to beer garden, and prize drawings. *Registration fees are nonrefundable

Here’s a link to a map of the century course.

July 17, 2010 at 8:49 am 1 comment

4th of July Criterium in Hailey

I love these races which take place after the parade in Hailey.  The criterium course is along two blocks of Main Street and First Street so you can watch the action from many vantage points.  The first race was the Pro Men 1-2 category.

cyclists lined up before the start of the crit

The race was led and won by Remi McManus of Team Exergy.

Team Exergy were a strong presence Sunday

The afternoon of racing included contests for young riders and a Competitive Pool (Men 3, Women 1-2-3 and Master Men) and the Development Pool (Men 4-5, Master Group B and Juniors).

We need some more criterium races in Hailey so the local riders can get more experience.  Thanks to Blaine County Rec District and Powerhouse/Road & Dirt for putting on the races.

July 5, 2010 at 8:50 am Leave a comment

Sawtooth Century 2010 is history, what now??

We were treated to wonderful weather for the century this year.  It was a little early in the year for me but I did it, along with some good friends.  What’s next?  There are a number of weekly rides including Nappy’s ride on Wednesdays starting in Ketchum and the Sturto’s ride on Mondays starting in Hailey.  Our women’s only ride is Tuesday evenings starting at the bike path at Fox Acres Rd. at 6:00.  Now I’ll have more time for mountain biking, too. Come on out and I’ll see you on the road or trail!

me, Laura and Shari at Alturas Lake, the farthest point on the ride

we had to stop on the way up the north side of Galena to stretch

still smiling and back in Ketchum at the Sun Valley Rhythm & Ride festival

June 27, 2010 at 1:13 pm 1 comment

2010 Sawtooth Century

The Sawtooth Century is 3 days away!! I know you’ve been waiting to sign up – looking at the weather and wondering why they moved the date up, we haven’t had time to train! But you can do it. You can sign up at Sportsbaseonline. You can pick up your bib bag at the Elephant’s Perch from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. on Friday. The ride starts from the Elephant’s Perch on Saturday at 8 a.m. to 9 a.m. The ride finishes this year at the Sun Valley Festival Field. The proceeds go to the Wood River Bike Coalition which is used to advocate and promote bicycle and pedestrian safety, education, and access here in the valley while encouraging everyone to further utilize human power for their recreation and transportation needs. You can read more about them on their About page.

June 22, 2010 at 10:29 am 1 comment

Cruiser Criterium in Ketchum June 23

the Cruiser Criterium is kicking off the Sun Valley Rhythm and Ride festival this week.

June 21, 2010 at 12:09 pm Leave a comment

June 20 2010 Town to Summit Race, Ketchum to Trail Creek Summit

The race started at 9 a.m. with cool weather that was good for the climb.   Cold riding downhill with rain on the way back to town.  Good job, everyone!

click Here to see all the photos in the album.

June 20, 2010 at 1:45 pm Leave a comment

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