It's been quite the journey to compete on cycling's biggest stage, and it all started in Boise for Matteo Jorgenson.
The graduate of Boise High has been selected as one of Movistar Team's eight competitors for the Tour de France, which starts on Friday with an individual time trial in Copenhagen, Denmark...
E-bikes are catching on around the Treasure Valley, and some of them can really zoom. Boise is looking at ways now to make sure these electric bikes are playing nice with pedestrians and other bikes, and they're asking for your thoughts. Like, should faster bikes be kept off The Greenbelt?
Mayor Bieter is right there with the rest of us in Kristin Armstrong's corner. Happy for her and proud!
And there's a celebration event in the planning stages now that's going to turn into a city-wide celebration.
Kristin Armstrong was back in town Saturday night for the 30th annual Twilight Criterium, and the kids that turned out to meet her will also be seeing her on TV next month competing in the Olympic games.
Football, baseball, basketball, and soccer seem to be the biggest, most popular sports i the US, but the Olympics inspire kids to stick with whatever sport they love and feel drawn to. And Kristi
The Boise Twilight Criterium is considered one of Boise's premiere annual events. In the past, it has drawn more than 20,000 people to the downtown Boise and brought professional cyclists from around the world to compete.
This year the Criterium celebrates 30 years with a birthday bash for all ages, full of activities and races...