When the Boise, Idaho (LDS) Temple was first dedicated in May, 1984, my bride and I were there. (In fact, our second daughter Kellyn was there too - she was born a week or so later.) So we were full of excitement when they announced a major renovation a couple years ago.
The renovation has been completed. The main difference on the outside is that the gray marble tiles were replaced with white granite... it's lovely! (The inside was completely renovated, as well - photos of the interior can be seen HERE.)
I got to serve as an usher on a couple evenings during the recent Open House. (And I could kick myself for not extending a personal invitation to my local friends! So sorry.)
Saturday was rather dreary and wet, but I ventured by to see if the bike parking situation had changed. (When the bride and I attend temple sessions together, we drive in her car... but when I go alone I almost always bicycle out there. It's about a 5-mile round trip.) Bike parking has NOT changed - one rack. And I've never seen a bike attached to it, other than my own.