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Dear Fellow Cyclists,

I am writing to inform you of two cycling related events that are going to
be occurring in the month of May that I think will be fun events for the
cycling community in Boise. The first event is the showing of a cycling
film called "The Collective." Donations will be collected at the showing of
"The Collective" in order to fund the second event, also known as the 3rd
annual Boise Bike Week. Please forward this information on to your
respective teams, clubs, family and friends if you feel like they will be
interested in either event.

Boise Bike Week and Satchel's Grill are pleased to present "The Collective -
a new 16mm mountain bike film" in all it's big drop glory on the nights of
May 5th, 6th, and 7th. This film has been touted through out the industry
as one of the most original and artistic free ride films to date. The film
will be played at Satchel's Grill, located at 705 W Bannock St, on their
outdoor screen (weather permitting). Recommended donation will be $3-$5 and
the show starts at 8:30 each night. All donations will be used to support
the events of Boise Bike Week. On Thursday, live music will be provided
care of Satchel's Grill. Performing will be Dan Costello and Rob Hill. The
movie "Seabiscuit" will also air each of these three nights after the
showing of "The Collective." For additional information please see
http://www.boisebikeweek.com, http://www.satchelsgrill.com, and
http://www.thecollectivefilm.com/.

Boise Bike Week is a nonprofit group that puts on a series of events that
will take place in conjunction with National Bike to Work Day with the goal
of promoting cycling and increasing cycling awareness in the Treasure
Valley. The 3rd annual Boise Bike Week will take place over the week of May
16th - 21st. Safety, skills, and health clinics as well as other events
that are designed to promote the fun and enjoyable aspects of cycling will
be offered over the course of Boise Bike Week. Cyclists of all ages and
skill levels are welcome to enjoy the events of Boise Bike Week. Check out
http://www.boisebikeweek.com for additional information.
 
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