Tuesday, September 29, 2015

National Bike Challenge ends Tomorrow; 35 million mile goal reached

The National Bike Challenge pits bicyclists around the country in a friendly competition. Riders log each bike ride they take, earning a point for every mile ridden, plus 20 bonus points for every day you ride a bike.

A local challenge is sponsored by Bike Cleveland and Bike Pittsburgh, with cyclists in both cities seeing who can rack up the most miles in the Rust Belt Battle of the Bikes. Pittsburgh took the title in 2013, but we Clevelanders rallied to bring the Rust Cup to Cleveland in 2014. Who will capture the Rust Cup for 2015? We'll find out soon!

On September 21, People for Bikes, the organizers of the National Bike Challenge, announced that we had reached their nationwide goal 10 days ahead of schedule -- 35 million miles biked and logged across the USA! Click here to read the full article.

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