The Boise Bubble Podcast

Episode 76: Boise Bicycle Project

November 28th, 2023

We’re really excited about this episode. If you've been looking for a way to give back to the community and see some of the best of what Boise offers, this is it.

The Boise Bicycle Project is a local organization whose mission is to get the community excited about biking and get people access to bikes in the Boise area. They also educate on how to ride and repair. Their shop is on South Lusk Street in Boise where they sell bikes and parts, offer classes on bike repair and maintenance, and host a variety of programs and events.

Devin McComas is a passionate bike enthusiast and the new executive director. In addition to swapping fond bike-related memories with us, he walks us through what the Boise Bicycle Project is all about and tells us all about their major annual event- the Holiday Kids Bike Giveaway. This event is amazing and presents a great opportunity for individuals, families, and businesses to make a real impact in the life of a young person by helping them get their dream bike. The kids actually submit a drawing of their dream bike and together with volunteers and members of the community, the Boise Bicycle Project designs, creates, and gives these bikes to the kids. It’s pretty freaking cool.

The Boise Bubble and our sponsors- Jesse Taff with Waypoint Real Estate Group, Bryce Gonser with Fulcrum Home Loans, and Dr. Dustin Portela with Treasure Valley Dermatology- are all pitching in to support the Holiday Kids Bike Giveaway by adopting a couple of bikes. If you’re interested in supporting this cause this holiday season, you can visit the Project’s website ( and click on the link for the Holiday Kids Bike Giveaway. When you get there, you’ll see multiple ways you can contribute: you can donate a bike, you can volunteer at the event on December 16th, make a monetary donation, or adopt a bike.

We hope you enjoy this conversation and learn more about a great resource for our Valley, and if you feel so inclined, check out the Boise Bicycle Project’s website and Boise bike shop. It will definitely brighten your day.