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4th Annual Mountain Blue Bird Classic Ride Report



Mountain Blue Bird Ride - photo courtesy of The Hub

Last Saturday was the 4th Annual Mountain Blue Bird Classic organized courtesy of Aaron Nydam.   Fitzy Team Rider, Gabe Klamer shared his ride report with us.   Enjoy!

The following is how I saw the ride through my perspective and is not to be reproduced without the written consent of Ricky Bobby, Inc. (more…)

The DW Link – the Heart of a Pivot


Pivot Mach 5.7

Pivot Mach 5.7

So we’ve been talking about how much we love how Pivot bikes handle for awhile now.  You’ll hear us say they are plush, efficient, stiff, supple, bottomless, sweet and much much more. What makes them so sweet?   Careful frame design and construction and attention to detail for sure.  But the heart of the design is the DW-Link, so I thought I would spend a bit of time explaining this suspension system and why it, in our opinion, is the best suspension design on the market. (more…)

Burritos are Back!



We’ve partnered with Wrap & Roll in Driggs to bring back one of our favorites – The Nine Bar Breakfast Burrito!  Stop by The Nine Bar on Tuesday, April 30th for coffee and a breakfast burrito.  And we promise not to poop beans!

Ride Report: Melissa grabs some Pocatello Dirt!


Melissa Riding Singletrack in Pocatello

Melissa Riding Singletrack in Pocatello

This just in:  Pocatello: A great shoulder season biking spot from Fitzy Team Rider Melissa Davidson.  Thanks for sharing! (more…)

Jay P Featured on Salsa Cycles Home Page


Jay P Featured on Salsa Cycles Home Page

Jay P Featured on Salsa Cycles Home Page

Ok, so we are kinda proud of our staff and we love to show them off.  So when we found out that our own Jay P and his winning and record-setting Iditarod Trail Invitational ride made it onto one of our favorite bike brands home page, we had to share!   Congrats to Jay P on an amazing ride, and to Salsa Cycles for showing off our staff!

You can follow Jay and Fitzy Team Rider Tracey Petervary on their next adventure riding in Southern California’s Stage Coach 400 this weekend.  Last year Jay P won this event and Tracey took an impressive 10th overall and 2nd in the women’s race.  Once they have the spot tracker site up we’ll post up that link.   And we’ll get Jay P to talk about his gear selection for this race when he gets back.

What’s the Deal on Women’s Bikes?


My First Road Bike

My First Road Bike

I remember buying my first road bike.  I was living in St. Louis for a summer and was looking for something to do, so I decided I would ride!   I found my dream bike – it was a steel Trek 1100 in Glacier Blue with HOT PINK accents and down tube shifters.   I was super excited – I took it for a test ride and put down my money.  The shop said they needed to get it ready so I was told to come back the next day and pick it up.  When I picked it up I was incredibly disappointed – they replaced the sleek racing saddle with a fat “Women’s” saddle (just imagine a cruiser saddle on my super fast road bike) which they said was the only saddle for a girl like me.   And just to add another insult, they wouldn’t put the other saddle back on.  Grrr!   Well that was the last time they got any of my money! (more…)

Progress on the Idaho Transportation Alternatives


Safe Routes to Schools

Safe Routes to Schools

We recently received news from the Idaho Pedestrian & Bicycle Alliance about how federal transportation funding will be spent in Idaho.  The Idaho Transportation Board says that the Transportation Alternative Programs supports local tools such as Safe Routes to School, Transportation Enhancements, Scenic Byways and Recreational Trails – this is great news for local communities to get funding for cycling pathways and creating safe routes to schools.   Now’s the opportunity for us to contact our local officials and encourage and help them apply for grants to improve pathways and safe routes to schools in our Idaho communities.

Here’s the letter we received!

Dear Members, Supporters and Friends,

We attended the Idaho Transportation Board’s meeting on Wednesday, and finally, after many months of hard work from all of you around Idaho, we are very close to a winning solution!
The Idaho Transportation Board voted and passed a resolution to support and authorize funding for the Transportation Alternatives program as established through Moving Ahead for Progress in the 21st Century (MAP-21). Within the resolution, Idaho Transportation Board stated that the Transportation Alternatives program supports a variety of local transportation projects by repacking elements of the Safe Routes to School program, Transportation Enhancements program, Scenic Byways program, and the Recreational Trails program. They have created the Community Choices for Idaho management tool to assist local communities in applying for funds and to competitively select projects that will be submitted to the board for approval. (more…)
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