The April 30 Days of Biking Challenge

Make every day better with 30 days of biking

Started six years ago as a way to make every day better, many are now pledging to ride their bicycles throughout April. In return for every 30 people who pledge to ride, a bike will be donated to Free Bikes 4 Kidz for their distribution program. Plus participants who ride each day throughout April, will discover they meet a lot of new friend with similar interests and feel better about themselves after each day of riding.

T-shirts for this year’s pledge program designed and produced by Banjo Brothers

Thirty Days of Biking is a springtime tradition that was founded by two avid cyclists in Minneapolis. Now, bicyclists from St. Paul, to San Diego, to Düsseldorf, Germany, join this “community of joyful cyclists” by promising to ride their bikes every day in April—“no matter the weather, no matter the distance” — and to share their wheeled adventures online with the hashtag #30daysofbiking.

Can you ride one, five or twenty-five miles each day, through April, to help bring happiness to another kid?

And this year, #30daysofbiking will again be donating a bike, for every 30 who register, to Free Bikes 4 Kidz.

So ride for the adventure and have some fun!

How it works

Very simply, it’s a pledge to ride your bike every day in April, no matter, what the weather or if it is one or thirty-miles each day. Then you share your adventures online, with #30daysofbiking.

To make a pledge

http://30daysofbiking.com/pledge

Outreach

For every 30 pledges, 30 Days of Biking is working to donate one bike to Free Bikes 4 Kidz.

Goal

Organizers want to get 15,000 people signed up this year. That would equate to 500 free bikes.

Twin City Kickoff Ride

11 a.m.-2 p.m. March 29 at Gold Medal Park in Minneapolis. Details at Facebook.com/   (see more details soon.)

Merchandise

T-shirts and Spoke-cards banjobrothers.com/products/current/ 30-days-of-biking/

Video

See a short video here explaining the 30 Days of Biking.

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