Treasure Valley Cycling Alliance Pumps Up Support For Bikes

Dated: 07/13/2015

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Treasure Valley Cycling Alliance promotes Boise as bike friendly. Photo by Ian Donaldson.

Bicycling supporters unite!


If you're a strong supporter of Boise's biking community, then you should consider joining the Treasure Valley Cycling Alliance.


This local group works to make Boise a more bike friendly city, while also encouraging others to try the alternative method of transportation. Treasure Valley Cycling Alliance (TCVA) is both a member of the Ada County Highway District and the City of Boise Bicycle Advisory Committees. You're sure to have your voice heard if you're a member of TVCA.


It's thanks to TCVA's efforts that many local events have monitored bike parking. The group also hosts Boise Bike Week and is involved in Tour de Fat every year.


Membership is inexpensive ($25 for singles; $50 for families) and goes a long way to helping keep Boise bike-friendly.


If you're in search of a bike friendly neighborhood or city, then give Thinking Boise a call. We'd be happy to help you find your future home.

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Janet Jameyson

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