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How to wash your bike for the DIY cyclist

You might not realize it, but dirty bikes and drive trains cause premature wear to your bike.  You love your bike so keep it shiny and efficient. If you’re a NODIY kind of rider, then drop your bike off at the shop for service.  Choose one of our many tune-up packages.  Let our trained staff…

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Thomas Harp at Jug Mountain NICA race 2016

Impact Blog Series – Thomas Harp

Photo: Thomas Harp at the finish line at Jug Mountain 2016 NICA race.   Team C4 was an answer to my prayers as a high school kid who was looking for a sport. None of the staple high school sports caught my eyes and this was simply the answer.  Practices that were very schedule friendly…

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Idaho Youth Cycling

Impact Blog Series – Tanner Jackson

Mountain biking means commitment. It means working hard to achieve your biking goals.  2016 was my first year getting out on my mountain bike. I worked hard to learn the trails and all of the components of a bike. I really enjoy the community that mountain biking brought. I also made some good friendships, Cody,…

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Impact Blog Series – Lyndie Jackson

Q: Why do you want to be involved in cycling as you grow up? A: Because cycling is a fun way to exercise. When you are riding a bike and it’s a hot day the feel of the wind in your face makes you feel good. My mom road bikes and getting to spend time…

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Idaho Youth Cycling

Impact Blog Series – Cody Wyman

Cycling to me is hard work, determination, fun and friends.  Cycling is a different world to me where the only thing that matters is the trail in front of you and being on two wheels, for me that is.  I find cycling as a getaway from my normal life where I don’t really have to…

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Impact Blog Series – Graham MacDonald

Pictured: Graham MacDonald Rolling H Cycles has a big goal for 2017: to get more youth involved in the sport of cycling.  We’ll be featuring stories from local kids about what cycling means to them as part of our Impact Blog Series.  Cycling been a tremendous benefit in my life, and not only physically. My…

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Page Bitz and her dad Brad Bitz

Impact Blog Series – Page Bitz

Pictured: Page Bitz and her dad, Brad Bitz. Rolling H Cycles has a big goal for 2017: to get more youth involved in the sport of cycling.  We’ll be featuring stories from local kids about what cycling means to them as part of our Impact Blog Series.  First up, Page Bitz. For me, cycling has…

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Rolling H Cycles Thanksgiving Day Ride

Thanksgiving Day Ride

Our Thanksgiving Day Ride has become a favorite of many riders in the Valley! Before we spend hours eating wonderful food in the company of friends and family, we make an effort to earn our turkey…or at least do something active! We will be heading out for a 25-30 mile road ride, as a group.…

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Lyle Pearson & ZIPP Wheels

So one of my greatest friends and favorite cyclists recently rode in the Lyle Pearson 200. Big Dan Smith has been, since day one, one of our greatest supporters. He always participates in shop events, buys local and is willing to give us honest feedback about our shop and community involvement. I love riding with…

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What Touring Is Really Like

A little story for you, from Mo: The idea of touring is a simple one: get a bike, gather the bare necessities to sustain life, and travel somewhere other than home. A group of cyclists from the Nampa area have formed and set a date for a mid-week camping trip for 3-4 days to Succor…

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