The 2023 Idaho City 100 is a 2-Day, AMA sanctioned Reliability Enduro (FIM rules). Riders can ride BOTH days or just Saturday only or just Sunday only. Scores are posted for each individual day. The Idaho City 100 is a national level event over difficult terrain.
The Idaho City 100 is not intended to be for beginning riders.
The Idaho City 100 is held under a special use permits from:
The USFS Boise National Forest
The Idaho City 100 is also held on private lands. Please consult the Motor Vehicle Use Maps (MVUM) to determine if the trail or road is open to vehicle travel. MVUM maps for the Idaho City Ranger District will be available at sign-up. More information about trail riding opportunities in Idaho can also be found here. Participants and spectators must stay on designated routes.
The Boise Ridge Riders partner with the Idaho Department of Parks and Recreation to promote responsible use of public lands. The Boise Ridge Riders also promote the Stay on Trails Program.
The Idaho City 100 is held in the mountainous forests surrounding Idaho City, Idaho. Idaho City is located 39 miles NE of Boise, Idaho on state highway 21. It is about an hour drive from Boise off exit 57 on Interstate I-84 to Idaho City. Map of Idaho City
For more information about Idaho City and things to see and do in Idaho City see check out the Idaho City Chamber of Commerce
This is a 2-Day event and meant to be ridden both days. There is a permit capacity rider limit of 300 riders per day. If the 2-day event is not sold out then we maximize the course and preparation efforts to provide an opportunity for other riders by offering the 1-day option. The one-day option is not a guarantee. All entries are non-transferable, non-refundable and there are no deferrals.
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