A band of misfits that love dirt biking, trail clearing, recreation, camping, community, or the fun of supporting the Idaho City 100.
Year after year we are even amazed at the magic of our teamwork.
It takes a village...our members and volunteers submit permits, lead meetings/teams, create course maps, clear and mark trails, coordinate with the community, gather sponsors, order supplies, trophies and t-shirts, run registration and scoring equipment, sweep, award scholarships, and so much more. Any one willing to play nice, have fun, and contribute what they can belongs in our community (riding a dirtbike is not required). If we each focus on a passion project or volunteer for something we can do, then collectively the work will magically all get done.
Grab a camera....and watch this!
Yes if we built it we rode it. We have cursed, crashed, and cackled with each course as it comes together. Trails are named after the mishaps that have occurred on them there mountains. It's not work when you are having as much fun as we do riding, camping, eating, howling, and lingering by the fire solidifying our friendships all hours of the day and night.
To become a member of the Boise Ridge Riders, complete this online application or verbally at one of the club meetings state, "I wish to become a member of the Boise Ridge Riders". Your membership application to become a "prospective" member must include a one time, non-refundable $25 membership application fee given to the BRR Treasurer or paid online. You will then be given Prospective Member status and added to our membership roster as such. To gain full membership status, the "prospective" member must assist a captain in preparation and cleanup of at least one Idaho City 100 event.
The club members will review your application at the club meeting immediately after the event and will vote to approve or deny full membership. You cannot be voted in as a "full" member until you have worked one of our Idaho City 100 events.
There are no age, sex, race, or other restrictions on becoming a member of the Boise Ridge Riders. You don't even have to know how to ride a motorcycle. We are looking for people who are interested in trail maintenance work, who enjoy being outdoors (regardless of the weather) and willing to volunteer for duties to support the club and the event.
Once you become a member, you are a member for life. There are no yearly membership renewal fees, or any other fees imposed on members.
Boise Ridge Rider benefits include:
· Right to cast votes at club meetings
· Right to become an officer of the club
· Right to become the Clerk of Course or Loop Captain for the IDC 100
· Right to purchase at cost and wear a club apparel (hats, jerseys, etc.)
· Right to receive club emails
· Right to receive club promotional items (donated by sponsors)
The BRR monthly meetings are at 7pm on the 2nd Tuesday of every month at Cobby's Sandwich Shop 4348 Chinden Blvd., Garden City, ID.
Pay your $25 Membership Fee to the Treasurer or via this paylink: