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  • Crazy costumes and bedazzled bikes: Watch Tour de Fat cyclists parade through Boise for a good cause

    Creatively costumed people on bicycles paraded through Boise during Tour de Fat in Boise on Aug. 12, 2017. The event started at Ann Morrison Park and ended at the Statehouse steps for a bicycle rally in support of the nonprofit Boise Bicycle Project, Southwest Idaho Mountain Bike Association and Treasure Valley Cycling Alliance.

Crazy costumes and bedazzled bikes: Watch Tour de Fat cyclists parade through Boise for a good cause

Creatively costumed people on bicycles paraded through Boise during Tour de Fat in Boise on Aug. 12, 2017. The event started at Ann Morrison Park and ended at the Statehouse steps for a bicycle rally in support of the nonprofit Boise Bicycle Project, Southwest Idaho Mountain Bike Association and Treasure Valley Cycling Alliance.
Darin Oswald doswald@idahostatesman.com