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Our Bike Ride

The Treasure Valley Chapter hosts this bike ride each spring as a fund raiser event. We strive to produce a ride that is fun for participants and lets people meet new friends.

Our History

This is our 20th annual ride, the first taking place in 1998.  We annually raise over $10,000 for use in supporting programs that help the blind live, work, and prosper independently.  There are generally around 400 riders who participate in the ride.

Our Volunteers make it happen

Each year we have a dedicated group of volunteers
who help us organize and produce the event
The volunteers make the event exciting and fun for everyone

Volunteer to help this year        Please contact Ramona Walhof at (208)336-5333

Volunteer your Tandem Bike     We can always use tandem bikes with or without pilots for our riders who are unable to ride by themselves. Please contact Lisa Baker at (208)867-2150 or (208)323-9060

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Registration and Prizes

Registration can be done online or through paper registration.  Registration includes our famous socks as well a lunch.  Both can be purchased separately for $5.00.  Door prizes will be given out following the ride.

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Cooks and Cleanup

We offer a full burger and fixings lunch following the ride.  The team is headed by chief Sue Sebranek and head cook Jim Spamberger.  Volunteers from local Lions Clubs, NFB members and others man the site.

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Bike Mechanics

A fully stocked bike repair station is on site.  This service is provided by Boise Bike Wrench owner Dave Seamons