National Bike Challenge Speeding Out of the Gate

And we’re off! The National Bike Challenge kicked off yesterday, and we’re already shattering records from last year. Yesterday, we averaged more than 150 registrations per hour. And we blew our single day registration record number out of the water. On May 1, 2012, we had 14,228 riders registered for the Challenge — yesterday we
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National Bike Challenge Speeding Out of the Gate

And we’re off! The National Bike Challenge kicked off yesterday, and we’re already shattering records from last year. Yesterday, we averaged more than 150 registrations per hour. And we blew our single day registration record number out of the water. On May 1, 2012, we had 14,228 riders registered for the Challenge — yesterday we
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Hot off the Presses: May/June issue of American Bicyclist

Just in time for the start of May, our latest magazine is hitting mailboxes with plenty of ideas and inspiration for National Bike Month. To get you energized for the best month of the year, we’ve got stories on the Many Faces of Bike Month, the evolution of Cyclofemme, the Top 5 reasons to participate
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Where the Ride Takes Us: Providing Books to Low-Income Kids

Last year, the League celebrated Bike Month with our daily Why I Ride web series. This year, in our “Where the Ride Takes Us” series, we’ll be spotlighting how bicycles aremore than means of recreation and transportation, but tools for personal empowerment, social justice and community development. Today’s post comes from Mathew Portell, the founder of
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