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    Bogus to Boise Banzai

    Anybody racing this weekend? Should be a fun course just watch out for the sand on 8th Street.

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    when and were
    Save a tree & wipe your butt with an owl.
    Thank your local Sierra Club.

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    Link for XC

    Link for Downhill

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    We are all racing....and coming to get you!

    Just when you think you are the only one racing....everyone shows up and looking to hog your line; spew dust in your face; elbow you off the road; pass you on the hills; and rip by you on the downhill. The sand is simply not as important as surviving the sick war tactics as the Samurai warriors on bikes. Bonzai....

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    Sit in the middle of the road at the top of 8th Street or (Not So) Hard Guy for the best view of the race.

    The best riders are the ones that are having the most fun.
    Nobody cares what kind of bike you ride.

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    I will be there, cant wait for that le mans start...

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    Sorry

    No defending my "fastest fat guy" title this year! I just got up in the hills for my first dirt riding last weekend. Still rehabbing from the knee surgeries this summer!
    Good luck to all that participate.
    Notes for you racers:
    1) Get up top early for your best bike placement at the start, otherwise you will be riding in a herd of slow moving cows.
    2) Eagleson Summit is always both longer and steeper than you remembered it being on your last ride!
    BoiseBoy

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