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2013 May 10

National Bike Challenge

The League of American Bicyclists and California Bicycle Coalition are encouraging bicyclists to enroll in the National Bike Challenge.

Enrollment is free, and all you need to do is log your miles over the summer.  You get one point for each mile you ride and 10 points for each day that you ride at least a mile. Once you’ve earned a few points you get entered into lotteries for small prizes.

I’m not quite sure what the point of it is for LAB and CBC (perhaps, like Bike Week, it is an attempt to increase daily biking).

So far only 6 people have signed up from Santa Cruz, making out points per capita astonishingly low (57th in California).

2 Comments »

  1. I want to ride my bicycle, I want to ride my biiiiiiiiike.

    Comment by Freddoe — 2013 May 11 @ 02:03 | Reply

  2. […] month of May is almost over, so I suppose I should mention the National Bike Challenge that’s also almost […]

    Pingback by Cyclelicious » Summertime and bikes — 2013 May 28 @ 13:20 | Reply


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