Race #1 – Magic Mania

Magic Mania 2017! A race to remember for sure! Extreme weather became a factor for the ladies race in the afternoon. Video was dedicated to the ladies who endured cold and rainy weather and still came in smiling.

How fun was that Video!

Thank you Ray Anderson for that incredible video! We are excited to get the race season started at Magic Mountain (24-25 August 2018). This is a very fun venue with great beautiful camping in the trees. Our camping map is below.

***Water access will be limited this year as the well we have used in the past has been contaminated. We ask everyone to help the team and pack 3-6 gallons of drinking water.

Forecast as of today (17 August 2018):



AUG 23

Mostly Sunny 78° / 50° 0% WSW 8 mph 28%


AUG 24

Sunny 76° /48° 0% W 10 mph 28%


AUG 25

Sunny 73° /46° 0% W 9 mph 31%


AUG 26

Sunny 74° /47° 0% W 9 mph 28%

Sunrise / Sunset Times

FRI 24 Aug SAT 25 Aug SUN 26 Aug
First Light First Light First Light
6:25 AM 6:26 AM 6:28 AM
Sunrise Sunrise Sunrise
6:55 AM 6:56 AM 6:57 AM
Sunset Sunset Sunset
8:24 PM 8:23 PM 8:21 PM
Last Light Last Light Last Light
8:54 PM 8:52 PM 8:50 PM

More Details for Race #1 Magic weekend:

  • Race Flyer – Viewing the race flyer before you leave town is a MUST do and it’s always found HERE, and http://www.idahomtb.org/race-series/
    • Girls race start at 9:00 AM; Girls breakfast at 6 AM
    • Print flyer prior to leaving for race as times and scheduling are subject to change!
  • No Internet or Phone Service at this venue! Emergency calls can be made from Magic Mountain Lodge and the top of Petit Mountain.
  • Additional GEAR again – Be prepared and pack extra for this weekend.
    • We continue to message that appropriate clothing and gear will make this event a truly fun and enjoyable experience! Pack extra and decide what to wear when you get there.
    • Team Jersey required for Awards and podium.
    • Have warm dry clothes in the BBMTB Pit Zone to change into after your race.
    • Make sure you have water packed for weekend! Water is in area, but not confirmed.
  • VOLUNTEERS are always critical to the team’s success.
    • If you are a parent and have not volunteered yet this season, this is definitely the time to do so.
    • Race venue will be ten minutes from camping and NO Internet or phone service, we will once again need your extra attention for support.
  • Sign-up for BBMTB Team Volunteer positions HERE
  • Volunteer for Idaho League Race Operations HERE
    • We need fifteen (15) volunteers per race!
    • Penalty of a smaller Pit Zone far, far away if we don’t meet our quota.
    • Take the time to sign up for the rest of the races, before your dream volunteer position gets taken!
  • Bikes
    • Bikes and any large gear will be left in the BBMTB Team Pit Zone on Friday night.
    • 25′ Cable locks, tarp over bikes and security for gear will be provided.
  • Food
    • Friday night dinner will be provided by the team in Diamondfield Jack campground at 7:00 PM
    • Pre-race pasta dinner with Anne’s famous spaghetti sauce. (GF/DF/VEG options available)
    • All team members and family members are welcome. No charge.
  • Camping
    • Diamondfield Jack Campground – look for BBMTB signage
    • RV’s are welcome, please share if you have extra space or amenities.
    • Look for Team banner on a 10 x 10 tent and “BBMTB” signs
    • Plan to stake your tent. Winds gusts to 21 mph expected.
    • Driving Time – 3 h 5 min (163 miles) via I-84 E

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Once again, we will do our best to get this location on Thursday evening. Please watch your alerts for any changes.

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  • Logistics

    • As you drive into the venue on Friday. Please drop your racer/s off at Magic Lodge for pre-ride if you are running late, and then continue to campground for set-up. You will cross the race course twice, please look for riders and follow directions from Course Marshals managing crossings.
    • Saturday morning – If you are staying at a hotel or in Twin Falls, 60 mins away, please park near our campsite in the main parking area and take the shuttle over to the race area.
    • Our camping area is across from the shuttle stop.
    • Girls race starts at 9:00 AM and all other racers should be in the Pit Zone at this time supporting their teammates, eating breakfast, getting their bikes to the team mechanic for a run through and preparing for warm-up.
    • All student-athletes that are racing are required to have their bikes checked over by one of the team mechanics on Saturday morning prior to their race start.


  • Once again, we advise that everyone set up in their team Pit Zone on Friday and leave all large equipment and bikes in the Pit Zone. IICL staff will be camping overnight at this location for security.
  • Shuttles will be available from Diamondfield Jack parking area.

As always, Boise Braves MTB are grateful for our Team Sponsors!

2018 BBMTB BSC Sponsors

Full Team Meeting Tonight

We are looking forward to seeing parents tonight at Military Reserve at 8:00-9:00PM! This our last full team meeting prior to our first race. We would like to complete our “housekeeping” as efficiently as possible to make sure everyone is ready to have fun and so their best at the race next weekend.

  1. Boise High School Forms – For all 9th through 12th grades. BBMTB needs a copy (digital is great) of these forms to keep on file. Please make sure forms are completely filled out and are legible. BHS will not let you race without them on file. Boise Schools Medical Release and Waiver (https://boisemtb.org/forms/)
    1. Head Coach Andrew needs to verify these with the Athletic Director on Wednesday morning.
  2. NICA Pit Zone – Reminder that everyone must be “Practice Ready” to attend practices and “Race Ready” to race. Coaches/Ride Leaders must have a checkmark next to their name before we can give you a Coaches Plate to ride with the team on the race course.
  3. Team Apparel – If you are exchanging a piece of clothing, tonight is the time to bring your apparel exchange. To save you extra costs, we will be exchanging sizes among the team. We can collect clothing before practice and place it in the team trailer. Do not worry about having to ride through practice with it. We will have all BBMTB merchandise available at the team meeting for pick-up and new purchases.
  4. Volunteers – Please be ready to take part in our fun race weekends. It takes everyone’s efforts to make this program successful. It’s also really fun to take part!
  5. Snacks and Chairs – Your student-athlete is going to work hard at practice tonight, please bring a snack and something to drink to get them through the meeting. We will be meeting in the grass. Bring a chair or a pillow if you are not comfortable sitting on the ground.
  6. Time – We understand how valuable everyone’s time is. We work hard to be clear, concise and efficient and will do our best to keep this meeting to 60 minutes. Time for Coaches will be extremely tight starting Tuesday to get ready for our first weekend away, so please support your Team Director and Coaches by making sure you get registered completely and the proper forms in on time (send to – renee@boisemtb.org)

We are looking forward to an exciting and fun race season! Can’t wait to see you tonight!



Single Track Times

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In this edition

1. League update
2. Category Placement
3. Time to register for the race series
4. Equipment rules
5. NICA Rulebook
6. Call for volunteers
7. A fantastic day for all: NICA Code of conduct
8. Social Media Fun

League Update

Dust off those cowbells!

In just under 2 weeks the Idaho Interscholastic Cycling League’s 4th season kicks off!

I am so proud of the efforts underway by students, coaches, parents, staff and volunteers making this all happen. With 800+ student-athletes and 400+ coaches, plus all the friends and families of our racers, Magic Mountain is going to be an awesome start to the season.

Watch for the first of 5 “Race Details” emails to hit your inbox this Friday. These emails will cover all the information you need to know for each race to have a great experience. In the meantime, feel free to check out the Race Flyers and Venue Maps HERE.

Let the fun begin!

Eddie Freyer
League Director

Category Placement and Petitions

Category placement rules are designed to promote fair, safe and challenging competition. A new student athlete’s category placement is based on their current grade in school. For returning student-athletes, category placement is based on prior year’s results. Please refer to the Category Placement Table posted by the league to determine your racing category if you are a returning rider.

To race in a different category than which you were placed in the Category Placement Table, your Team Director must fill out a NICA Category Petition Form and submit it to the league Rules Committee for review. Students should discuss their racing categories with their coaches well in advance of the race season to determine if submitting a petition might be appropriate. Petitions to change category can be made at any time during the season, however if the petition is granted after the first race, you will lose the points from your previous category. We encourage anyone considering filing a petition, to file early, allowing more time for consideration.

For more information regarding category placement refer to the NICA Rulebook.


Time to Register for the Race Series!

With practices in full swing across Idaho, don’t forget to register for the races!

Online registration closes the Tuesday before each race at 12:00 midnight. Students must be league registered and “practice-ready” for the season prior to this date.

On-site registration will incur a $20 late fee.

There is no on-site league registration available, only race registration and you must complete registration at least one hour prior to your race start.

Student-athletes who do not register online in advance will not be staged in accordance with their current series standing and will instead be staged at the back of their category.

On-site registration is only available during the following times:
Friday—12:00 PM – 7:00 PM
Saturday—7:00 AM – 1:15 PM

Students will receive both a race plate and a category bib for the race series, both will be used for all 5 races, so please take care of them. Race plates have chips on the back and require care to avoid damage. There is a $15 fee to replace race plates if lost, or forgotten.

Race registration is accomplished through NICA’s on-line Pit Zone registration system. Have your Team Director or Head Coach help you with this if your unsure about race registration.

For race venue details and planning, please see our Events/Race Series tab on the Idaho League website: www.idahomtb.org or click HERE

Equipment Rules

Equipment rules cover equipment requirements necessary to compete in a NICA race. These rules cover approved helmets, bike, bike equipment and race accessory requirements. Below are some highlighted rules as outlined in the NICA Rulebook:

For safety reasons, handlebar end plugs and stem caps are required.

Student-athletes must complete the entire race on the same bicycle upon which the race was begun. A 10-minute penalty applies for switching bicycles in a race.

Student-athletes must wear appropriate footwear. Footwear must be fully enclosed and fastened with either straps, buckles, or laces.

Student-athletes must affix an official League number plate to their bikes at League races. The number plate should be attached with at least three fasteners and must be on the bike at all times before and after competing, including the pre-ride, and should also remain on the bike at any time the student is riding at the event.


In addition, Idaho League specific Rules, Policies and Protocols can be found HERE. Be sure you read and understand both the NICA Rules and IICL specific addendums since it is each racer’s responsibility to know, understand and abide by all rules, policies and protocols.


NICA Rulebook

Be informed on the NICA and Idaho League Specific Rules!

It is everyone’s, including our Student Athletes, responsibility to read and understand the NICA Rulebook. Be sure to read it and have your Student Athletes read it. We encourage coaches to incorporate rules training into practice. Consider reviewing a rules chapter a week, or facilitating a rules game.



We could not do this without you, and we appreciate you showing up to make race day a success.

Here you will find a summary of the volunteer positions, as well as brief (4 minutes or less) videos describing what you will do on race day. Please do take time to watch your respective video. Not only will it prepare you for the day, but it will get you really excited! Email questions to volunteer@idahomtb.org or click here to volunteer spot.

Thank you!!


Coaches and parents are the motivating force that encourages NICA student-athletes to do their very best to attain their race goals at every race. They also serve as ambassadors and role models who are expected to abide to a code of conduct that serves as an example to all student-athletes. In addition, all NICA student-athletes must abide by Trail Etiquette & Code of Conduct which covers the aspects of safety and respect. Here are the rules as outlined in the NICA Rulebook:


All coaches and team assistants are expected to comply with all helmet rules at all team practices, team events, and League races. In the event a coach is seen riding without a helmet, a 25-point penalty will be applied to his or her team’s score.

Coaches have a duty of care to their student-athletes at every event. This duty of care begins at the time designated by the team for student-athlete arrival and it ends at the conclusion of the event. The Head Coach, or someone acting as interim head coach, must remain at the venue until the last student-athlete from his/her team has departed, except in the case that any remaining student is in the care of a parent or legal guardian.

A Head Coach must attend each race. If the Head Coach cannot attend a race, an interim Head Coach shall be appointed and the League Director must be notified as to who is serving as interim Head Coach.

League officials have complete and total discretion for the implementation of the rules regarding appropriate sporting behavior. It is required that all coaches will demonstrate respect for and deference to the person and the decision of the League officials as it relates to sporting behavior of student-athletes, parents, other coaches, and other League officials, and a failure to do so may result in restrictions imposed on a coach’s or student’s participation in the League. Coaches will also display mature and positive behavior during every event and in all interactions at all times with student-athletes, parents, other coaches, and League officials. Coaches must serve as role models to student-athletes, thereby demonstrating fair and calm response in the event protests, complaints, conflicts, or emergencies. Coaches are expected to be focused not just on winning, but on helping student-athletes develop positive character traits, learn life lessons, and grow into healthy young adults.


Parents shall comply with the helmet rule at all races. Parents riding bicycles without helmets will receive two warnings. After a third infraction, the parent’s student-athlete will be penalized 25 points at the race where the infraction occurred. Parents are also expected to wear helmets for the following reasons:

To set an example for the student-athletes
As part of risk management due to limited emergency resources on site
It is often difficult for race officials to visually differentiate between parents and coaches
NICA is concerned about the safety of all our participants and spectators

Parents must handle protests, complaints, and/or conflicts with a positive and respectful attitude (see Rule 12.3). Parents should keep in mind that League officials have complete and total discretion for the implementation of these rules. It is required that parents will demonstrate respect for and deference to the person of and the decisions of the League officials and failure to do so may result in restrictions imposed on a student’s participation in the League.

During a race, parents must not ride or run on the course within 200 meters of any racers. Parents cannot run along the course with a student-athlete for more than 50 meters, and may not provide any food or beverage or otherwise provide physical support to racers outside of the designated feed zones. As stated otherwise in these rules, failure to comply with this or any other rule may results in limitations to the parent(s) attendance or child’s participation in the current or future events.

It is expected that all parents will conduct themselves with a mature and positive sporting attitude during every event.

What parents can do to encourage positive sporting behavior:

Keep your comments positive. Don’t bad-mouth coaches, student-athletes, or officials. If you have a concern you need to express, discuss it privately with your child’s coach or a League official. Commend good effort and performance, no matter who it comes from. This is especially when it concerns student-athletes from a “rival” team. Remember that you are a parent. Shout encouragement, not directions, from the sidelines. *Be courteous towards other parents, coaches, and student-athletes from other teams. Understand your behavior sets an example not just for your family, but for everyone else at the event.
Look for examples of good sporting behavior in professional student-athletes and point them out to your child. Talk about the bad examples, too and explain why they upset you.
Emphasize values like teamwork, responsibility, and discipline. Winning comes and goes, but these values persist and are foundational to the physical and educational benefits of youth sports.

Get Social with NICA!

Whether you Instagram, Facebook or Tweet, be sure to follow @NationalMTB for race highlights, program updates, industry news, photos, videos, contests and more! Tag @nationalmtb and @idahomtb in addition to using hashtags such as #morekidsonbikes and #idahomtb.

Idaho Interscholastic Cycling League

National Interscholastic Cycling Association


Thank you to our 2018 Idaho League and National Sponsors

Idaho Interscholastic Cycling League’s youth development programs are made possible by our National and Local League Sponsors. Please consider supporting these businesses and organizations when you have the choice.



Magic Race Flyer & IICL Volunteers


Do you have a favorite volunteer position at IICL races? Go to http://idahomtb.org/race-series/ to sign up.

BBMTB requires 16 volunteers for the new ratio.

Wanted to give you a heads-up that we posted the race flyer for Magic on the IICL website yesterday at this page (http://idahomtb.org/race-series/).  Please be aware that we are using a new race flyer/guide format this season and that there may be some changes/corrections made as this is reviewed by everyone.  That being the case, please be sure to send out the link to your teams and not a downloaded copy of the flyer.  Additional flyers will be posted over the next couple of weeks.

Also, we have the 2018 volunteer sign-up page ready to go.  You can also find that link on the same IICL webpage above.  Please remember that Pit Zone access times for site selection and set up will be based on the number of volunteers each team provides against the requirement of 1 volunteer for every 5 registered student-athletes.  Pit Zone sizes will still be based on total number of registered racers.  I’ve attached a sample of the report we will create before each race to track this and assign time slots accordingly.

Let me know if you have any questions.


Eddie Freyer

League Director

The CHRONO this Friday

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Kristin is still looking for VOLUNTEERS! Go HERE to Volunteer and HERE to get more information. Volunteers receive an event t-shirt, lunch and a special gift. Also, if you sign up under Boise Braves MTB, the IICL and the BBMTB team will receive a portion of the proceeds from Friday night.

Visit the Idaho Cycling League booth on Friday, 4-7 pm at JUMP and Saturday at the Criterium for a chance to win great raffle prizes or just stop by to say “hello”.

The Chrono is a UCI 1.2 Men’s and Women’s ITT. It is part of the UCI America Tour calendar and USA Cycling’s PRT calendar.

Friday July 13
Start                                    Hunters Creek Sports Park, 1500 N Star Rd, Star, Idaho 83687

9:30am                              Ride Like a Pro Citizens Race
10:30am                            UCI Pro Women Start
12:00pm                            UCI Pro Men Start
Finish                                   Firebird Raceway, 8551 ID-16, Eagle, Idaho 83616

Friday July 13                J.U.M.P (Jack’s Urban Meeting Place) 1000 W Myrtle St,  Boise, Idaho 83702
4:00pm                             National Fry day and Athlete Potato Bar, Autograph Alley
6:00pm                             Awards J.U.M.P. Downtown Boise

2018 Bike Skills Camp

BBMTB Bike Skills Camp (BSC)  –  22-24 June 2018

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  • Registration Form HERE
  • Fee – $75 (waived for DDS participants)
    • What are your paying for? Food, Insurance & Venue Fee
    • Check your Team Snap Tracking to see what has been paid for.
    • BSC Payment HERE
  • Volunteer HERE
  • BSC Waiver HERE

Location Map HERE

Jug Mountain Resort, 13834 Farm To Market Rd, McCall, Idaho
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Travel Logistics

Carpooling is encouraged.  Need a Ride? Have extra Space? Use Team Snap to communicate extra seats and/or extra space for bikes.
  • Carpooling caravan will meet at World Cycles parking lot at 12:00 PM (Noon) on Friday, 22 June 2018.
  • NEW – The venue is requiring vehicles to stay in the campground through the entire weekend due to crossing the #1 golf tee. If you need to leave during the weekend you will need to park in the clubhouse parking lot. (as of 18 June 2018)
Bike Camp Skills Schedule:
*Need to know more details? Go to TS Media/ BSC folder/ 2018 BSC Run Sheet
Adult Skills Session at Healthwise (18.00) & final prep meeting at Lulu’s (19.30)
Pack and prepare your gear. It really pays off to prepare in advance, keep travel gear in one place, look through the checklist early, and create a travel routine.
12:00 pm Meet at World Cycles to carpool. Departure time 12:30
(drive time from World Cycles is 2 hours 17 minutes)
3:00 pm Sign-in and get Camp set-up
4:00 pm Team Introductions. Trail ride.
7:00 pm Dinner
Early to bed – BIG day on Saturday
Full day of skills, trail riding, team activities and lots of good food.
7:30 Breakfast
9:00 Be ready to ride
1:00 Family Lunch and BBQ – all family members invited
3:00 Departure
Extra Schedule Details
  • Core Operations team will be arriving at Jug Mountain Ranch Thursday night through Friday morning for early set-up.
    • We welcome early arrivals anytime, but we may be out riding, so please call 208.870.5093
  • Check-in and parking instruction starts 3 PM Friday
  • Trailers allowed under 20 ft (notate in TS notes or REG form)
  • Team Trailer will be unavailable and in motion after 2:00 PM on Thursday.
  • Student-Athlete arrival starts at 3:00 PM Friday and we will be prepared for arrivals till 6:45 PM (just in time for dinner). Those arriving at 3:00PM, will ride at 4:00PM.
  • As you’re packing, please reference the packing list.
  • Directions and links to maps are below.
    • Signage at venue will lead you straight into BBMTB Center Camp.

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What to Bring

  • Bike in proper working order:
    • Derailleur adjusted & shifting smoothly; brakes adjusted and not rubbing; wheels true & tires in good condition.
    • Any mechanical problems should be taken care of before arriving to Camp. 
    • **World Cycles offers free safety bike checks for our team. ***
      • You will be given a sticker to show that your bike is safe to ride.
      • Please schedule your tune-ups and bike checks. The shop is busy too and need to schedule you in for the best quality service.
  • Tube, Pump, Basic Tools
  • Helmet, Cycling Shoes
  • Gloves
  • Cycling clothes (for hot, cold and possible rainy conditions)
  • Camel Back/Water Bottle (please bring full for Friday activities)
  • Complete Change of Clothes for three (3) days, extra layers, towel and a blanket for early mornings.
    • Many like to bring a winter jacket for the chilly mornings.
    • A rain shell (just in case)
  • Sunscreen SPF & Bug Spray
  • Plastic or Mesh Bag (for wet dirty cycling clothes)
  • Camping Gear – Tent, Thermarest or equivalent (super important for good sleep), cold weather sleeping bag, camp chairs, head lamp/portable light.
    • Please reach out to Team Leaders if you do not have the required gear. We have extra!
  • Event Gear Still Required for Center Camp

    We will need extra pop up tents to run skills camp this year. We are in a new camping location with less trees. If you have any to lend, please contact Coach Bob
    • Extra Pop-up Tents

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Haven’t signed up yet? Volunteer HERE

  • ***Carpool Coordinator***
  • Ride Leaders
  • Grill Masters and pancake flippers
  • Photographer/Videographer
  • Camp monitor (hang out at camp during team rides)
  • Water Coordinator (early morning water refill at clubhouse)
  • find more roles on SignUp.com

Weather (as of 17 June at 6 am)

BSC 2018 Weather

Remember we are in the mountains and a rain shower could come through camp anytime, but we couldn’t ask for more perfect weather for riding than this!! Hero dirt!

Are you still reading? You are awesome!!

THIS WEEK: Final Prep Day

Wednesday, 20 June 2018 

  • 6:00 PM at Healthwise Parking Lot
    • Coaches, Ride Leaders and those wanting to learn bike skills to be able to ride with the team in the future.
  • 7:30 PM at Lulu’s Pizza
    • Final meeting for BSC
    • Carpooling, Camp Logistics, Team Gear, etc.

Still have questions or suggestions? Contact a Team Leader or come to the last planning meeting.

We are looking forward to another fantastic weekend of riding bikes and spending time with the team!! 

Coach Renee

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DDS, BBMTB Time Trial & BSC

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Desert Dirt Shredfest

Happy Friday! Today is the last day for our fundraising through Desert Dirt Shredfest. I hope you had fun riding in the desert. Thank you for the time and effort you put in to financially support our program.

  • If you still have donations to turn in, please do so this over the weekend or at the latest at Hill Climb sign-in table. Mail or drop off donations to Team Director (see Team Snap message for address)

BBMTB Hill Climb

Are you excited to ride? Wednesday, 13 June at 5;30 PM, we are looking forward to seeing everyone get together for our annual preseason hill climb. Meet at Military Reserve for team Check-in. This event is a snapshot of preseason fitness and assists Coaches to assign ride groups at Bike Skills Camp. Results will only be disclosed to individuals at Bike Skills Camp and not posted publicly.  We will have a follow-up hill climb mid-season to see individual improvements.

  • Parents please VOLUNTEER on Team Snap under this event in the “Schedule”.
  • Team Snap “Availability”. Please use this feature so we can have proper Coach:Student-Athlete ratios.
  • Details for event can be found on Team Snap Media Folder HERE .
  • All student-athletes must have a DDS2018 sticker on their bike showing that the bike has passed safety inspection. You can still get this completed at World Cycles. Please call ahead to schedule.

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BBMTB Bike Skills Camp

22-24 June 2018 at Jug Mountain Ranch, McCall

  • $75 per Student-Athlete (waived for DDS Fundraising participants)
  • Register through Google form HERE
  • High School Student-Athletes (9th and above) need to provide Boise School District waiver and medical release form at registration tent at camp.
  • All participating adults (over 18) MUST have a BACKGROUND CHECK
    • This is completed through NICA Pit Zone
      • Only needed once. Prior year volunteers do not require this.
      • $25 fee – scholarships available
      • Once you sign up to volunteer, an invite will be sent to you or request one through Team Director
  • Food and Beverages provided by team throughout the weekend
  • We are camping in a beautiful meadow this year (new location)
  • Entire families welcome on Sunday at 1:00 PM for lunch social – no fee

More details this weekend to be provided in the Team Snap Media Folder (camping packing lists).

Thank you for reading to the end! Have a great weekend.

Coach Renee

BBMTB Team Store Open

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I want to thank everyone for their patience while we worked diligently on offering more accessories this year. You will find your jersey and shorts on the site with new items this year (arm, knee and leg warmers, cap, wind and thermal vests and a thermal jacket). We are very excited about the thermal jacket and extras to keep us warm on chilly race mornings.

What you need to know:

  • Go to Team Snap for your link and $90 coupon.
  • You must have paid your team dues to use the coupon.
  • Team Store is open to all Student-Athletes, Coaches, Ride Leaders and parents.
  • Last years jersey will qualify for this years NICA races. If it fits, you can the spend the extra money on other items. Feel free to trade last year’s jerseys amongst the team if it no longer fits.
  • Black riding shorts are required, but we give you the freedom to find the most comfortable fit. You may purchase the team shorts or go out and buy other black riding shorts.
  • Once we close the store (June 10, 2018), one shipment will go to the team director and we will distribute apparel to the team all together and schedule a team photo.

Questions? Comments? Someone else probably has the same question. Start a post on Team Snap or give your Team Director a call and we will get you answers.


Less Than a Week to GO!

This Saturday is DDS2018!

We are almost ready for the Desert Dirt Shredfest and the weather looks like it will be perfect for a really fun day. Go out and get your pledges this week.

We would like to welcome “Off The Grid’l” food truck to the event this year. Breakfast or lunch will be available from $5.50 – $8.50 and it is YUMMY.  Lunch is included for all Volunteers.

Thank you in advance to our sponsors!

Larson-Miller Medical Waste, Aristos Events, Knobby Tires, Idaho Interscholastic Cycling League “Try It Out”, World Cycles and Rolling H Cycles.

See you on the Short Track!