- All events are FREE!
rides require a helmet and a signed
. Waiver for participants under 18 must be signed by a parent
or guardian. Only one waiver is required if participating in multiple
- Participants are responsible for their own food
and drink during rides. If it's hot, make sure you carry some
water. Volunteers can help if you need a way to carry food or
- Participants are responsible for maintaining
their equipment in safe working order. Let a volunteer know if
you have concerns about equipment; we can probably help. We suggest
being prepared for a flat tire by always carrying a spare tube,
tire irons, and a patch kit.
- Some events, or the ride home after the event,
may extend into dusk or beyond. Front and rear lights in addition
to reflectors are highly recommended. After sunset, a front light
and rear reflector are required by law.
- Boise Bike Week volunteers will lead all rides.
All rides are no-drop, meaning nobody gets left behind.
the rules of the road .
- Obey all traffic laws and ride the way a car
would drive. Be predictable.
- Ride single file except in areas where it is
safe to ride side by side.
- Please ride in such a manner as to not offend
motorists, pedestrians, etc.
- Participants will receive a list of destinations
with objects to be picked up.
- Riders who collect the most ojects win.
- In case of tie, the rider with the fastest time
- Multiples of the same item count as if only
one of those items were turned in.
- Prizes for the top three places.
- A pannier or messenger bag is recommended to
hold the objects.