Rolling H Cycles is located in the heart of Downtown Nampa, Idaho. We are devoted to everything bike – yes, that means maintenance too! RHC is a proud retailer of amazing bike brands: Scott, Santa Cruz, Niner, Haro, and more, along with a wide range of well-known parts and accessory lines. Our mission here at RHC is simple- “Get More People On Bikes”. Rolling H Cycles is more than just a local bike shop. As Nampa and Boise natives, we are passionate about supporting the cycling community here in the Treasure Valley. In support of your journey, we invite you to join our group rides both on and off the trail. There is nothing small about what we do here at Rolling H Cycles!
Let’s Talk Bikes
“I love bikes most importantly I want you to love bikes too. I have been riding bikes for most of my life and when I am on a bike, things just tend to make sense. Group rides have turned acquaintances into lifelong friends, while racing introduced me to competitors who have pushed me to be a better person and a better athlete. The cycling community I have met through the years has always been a source of joy and encouragement. Cycling has also been a place where I can process what is and isn’t important. Whether it’s a mountain bike ride or long road ride, God helps me put things into perspective when I’m on two wheels. The vision of Rolling H is to generate enthusiasm for Nampa’s growing cycling community and encourage cyclists to do what they love…ride.”
-Adam Haynes, Owner
Meet Our Team
I was born and raised in Boise, growing up on the greenbelt, which meant a life full of adventures on wheels. My passion for cycling has only continued to grow as I started exploring the foothills on a mountain bike. Riding bikes with my son has been one of the coolest experiences as I’ve had the chance to watch my family’s love for the outdoors continue to grow. One thing people know about me is that I love chatting bikes over a cup of coffee, so this is truly the perfect job for me. Nothing lights me up more than seeing others take part in the sport and community that I love so much. When I’m not riding or talking about bikes you’ll find me taking a million photos of my big dogs and eating what my friends call hippie food. One of my big goals is to add more fly fishing in my life, so hopefully you’ll see me out there biking to cool fishing spots.
2021 “I Dig Wilson” Trail Maintenance Fundraiser
The “I Dig Wilson” fundraiser is being hosted to support the improvements to the trail system. The system is used year-round by mountain bikers, hikers, trail runners, and equestrians. Its peak use is during the winter months when the Ridge to Rivers trail system in Boise is too muddy for use.
During the winter months, most trails in Boise and Eagle are too muddy. When Eagle Bike Park, Table Rock, and the Ridge to Rivers trails (like Hulls Gulch and Military Reserve) are muddy, many people expand their ride season by driving 45 minutes to the Owyhee Front. And of course, we’re already missing the epic trails at Bogus Basin since they are obviously closed for ski season. So if you are not into winter sports, we welcome you to our home trails, Wilson Creek.
The Wilson Creek Trail Crew has been taking care of trail maintenance for several years by repairing damaged trails by filling in deep holes and shoring up blown out edges. Their efforts have expanded to not only be focused on reducing erosion, protecting vegetation, and improving the trails for everyone but also replacing and repairing the trail signs damaged by the Soda Fire in 2015.
2020 Ride Bikes for Kids – Benefitting the Boys & Girls Club of Nampa
2018 Nampa Police Department Bike Fleet
2018 Bike Drive
This Black Friday Rolling H dedicated the day to giving back. by hosting a bike drive for the Nampa Bicycle Project. During the drive we collected donation of previously owned bikes in the community. In return donors received in-store credit to be used towards a new bike on November 23rd and 24th.
Our mission is to continue strengthening our partnership with the Nampa Bike Project. A bicycle can mean freedom and reliable transportation. The need is always there and continues to grow. If you’re looking for volunteer opportunities, contact the Nampa Bike Project via their website at http://www.bikewalknampa.org
Nampa Bike Walk
Nampa Bike Walk began in 2007 with the goal to make the city a bike friendly place. They are a local non profit organization that puts bikes into the hands of those in need. Be it children or adults, Nampa Bike Walk accepts donated bikes, repairs them to a safe condition, and gifts them back to community members. They also serve as a liason between the residents of Nampa and City leadership to support the encouragement of riding and walking our City. Adam (Owner of Rolling H Cycles) volunteers his time out of the bike shop to represent NBP as the Vice President of Pedestrian Advisory Committee. Rolling H supports the project as a drop off location for donations, supplier of parts as well as a donor of tools etc. http://www.bikewalknampa.org/