Far West Regionals
Simplot Sports Complex
Runs thru 23rd


Bogus Fest
Bogus Basin
Runs thru 22nd


Road to X-Games
Rhodes Skate Park
Runs thru 29th
Boise’s Big Bike Race

Join us for the exciting transformation of Boise’s downtown streets, when The Twilight Criterium bring some of the fastest bike racers to town. The format for the July 13 event is deceptively simple: racers make repeat laps around downtown, going as fast as possible, until the clock runs out. And with all of the great outdoor seating available at downtown restaurants, it’s a great way to enjoy the racing spectacle. Local bike racing legend Kristin Armstrong will once again inspire kids on bikes with her kids-only race, happening earlier in the day. New this year, a couple of bold-face names in the bike racing world will bring a new event to town for the weekend: George Hincapie, the Tour de France veteran, will debut his Hincapie Gran Fondo, a long-distance bike ride in Boise on July 14. Sign up to ride with George and his buddy Lance Armstrong (no relation to Kristin), who is also planning on attending. 

Cheers! It’s Idaho Wine Month

Boise is really good at summer. One of the ways we know that we’ve finally arrived at that season is the kickoff of Idaho Wine Month for the month of June. The month kicked off with a sold-out Savor Idaho event at Idaho Botanical Gardens, but don’t worry; there’s plenty more opportunities to sample Idaho’s best wines. Drop by Telaya Wine Company for Thirsty Thursday wine tasting with live music on June 13. The Boise Co-op Wine Shop will have tastings from Potter (June 13) and Huston (June 14) winemakers. Or keep in mind that Uncorked! will have an all Idaho-made wine flight every day in June. Look for everything you might need: idahowines.org/events/.

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