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    Boise Profiled in Latest Issue of Mountain Flyer magazine

    Mountain Flyer magazine, the freewheeling chronicle of cycling in the Rocky Mountains, has a story about riding in Boise, ID, in issue #13, currently on newsstands. You can pick up Mountain Flyer nationwide through select Barnes & Noble, Borders and REI locations, as well as through fine bike shops and coffee shops throughout the Rocky Mountain region.
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    I have seen this mag in CO & NM but never around here...well, I made an attempt to find it the other day, Barnes & Noble-nope, REI-never heard of it so, I hit the Apple St. Hastings, right round the corner from my house and whada ya know-they have it! Too many cliche potato references, but pretty decent article overall.

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    Glad you enjoyed it!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Blister Butt
    Glad you enjoyed it!

    Did you write this article?
    Hey, is that a Huffy? That's a nice-lookin' bike, boy!

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    Fcuk Boise!

    It blows my fcuking mind that they would waste paper writing about that siht hole place. I bet Ivan the terrible and twisted crank had to do some "favors" to get that to happen. I guess maybe boise boy had to get in on some of that action.


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    modern cyclists = drama queens

    reading about cycling is like dancing about architecture
    Nobody cares what kind of bike you ride.

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    Hi Dirt Monkey,

    I did write the article. I'm sorry you have such bad feelings about Boise, Busted Rubber. I don't know what that's about. That's something you and Boise (or whatever) will need to work out.

    All the best,

    --Jim
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    Blister, I re-read my post above and it had a tone of displeasure-that's not the case it was a good read...I enjoyed it...nevermind me, I have a potato reference complex
    Hey, is that a Huffy? That's a nice-lookin' bike, boy!

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    Uh oh

    Hey Dirt Monkey,

    I wasn't confused about your post. I was referring to Busted Rubber's post. You should talk to Dr. Phil about that tater issue. He can probably help! LOL
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    IdaKnow Potato Paradise

    no bicycling allowed here not on the trails or the roads or the highway either


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