Lower Gear Cycles Mobile Bike Repair
Ethyn Williams is the owner of Lower Gear Cycles offering Mobile Cycle Repair to the Treasure Valley Idaho area. Serving Boise, Meridian, Eagle, Kuna, Nampa and surrounding areas.
Ethyn brings his cycle repair business to you, wherever you are! This is a huge advantage over loading up your bike into the car and dropping it off at a bike shop. Plus, if your bicycle is your primary form of transportation, this is a game changer. Ethyn handles all types of repairs from flat tires, tune ups, to full overhaul and more.
Eagle Sports Park has something for everyone!
Located at Old Horseshoe Bend Road and E Greenbrook Street Eagle, ID 83714, you can hike, bike, play basketball, skateboard and there is even an awesome RC Track! But, the biggest attraction for mountain bikers is the seemingly endless miles of single track mountain bike trails that include options for the beginning mountain biker to the most hard core! With names like Shake N' Bake, Stormin Morman, Sage Fright and more!
(If you've ridden at the park, share your favorite trail in the comments below)
The park has many trails, each with it's own challenges to test and motivate every level of cyclist.
There is also a BMX park complete with ramp and all the jumps and turns the beginner or seasoned BMX'er will enjoy!
If you are in the Southern Idaho, Boise area...do yourself a favor and stop by this incredible mountain bike heaven! Traveling to Boise and want to be near the park? Check out Hi-Valley RV Park less than a mile away.
Over on our cycling art page you'll find some information about Michael and his incredible art. He travels the world to create his unique bicycle prints and posters. I love the humor he brings to cycling through his art!
This quote on Michael's website pretty much says it all!
“My bike can take me anywhere, but my pen will take me everywhere.”
Check out Michael's Work
In 2017 when I made the decision to ride my bike across America, I had no idea how it would change my life. I had no experience whatsoever in bicycle touring, no special bike (I used a $350.00 department store mountain bike) still I made the choice to do something without an understanding of the outcome. This uncertainty is what made the ride so special.
If you want to read about my journey, please visit taketimeforlife.com.
When I first saw this video, I could relate on so many levels. When I decided to do my ride, I approached my employer and told him what I was planning and that it would take me approximately 3 1/2 months to complete. I told him that I hoped that I has his support but was prepared to lose my job if that's what it came to. Though they couldn't pay me while I was gone, they supported me 100% including my job when I returned. Watch the video below then comment if you could do something like this.
Interesting and fun things in the news about cycling,