What started as way to get more people active, the 30 Days of Biking campaign has grown in popularity. The campaign is a pledge to ride your bike every day in April, any distance, any destination and share your adventures online at #30daysofbiking. So tell your friends and make sure your bike is ready to roll. They need help to reach their goal in 2016 of 10,000 pledges!
30 Days of Biking is a spring time tradition founded in 2010 by two avid cyclists in Minneapolis. Last year over 8,000 bicyclists from St. Paul, to San Diego, to Düsseldorf, Germany, join this “community of joyful cyclists.” Will you join them?
This year for every two-pledges, the 30 Days of Biking campaign will donate $1 to World Bicycle Relief. Plus, participants who ride each day through April, find that they meet a lot of new friend with similar interests and feel better about themselves.
How 30 Days of Biking 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 and trainer bike miles count too!
Then you share your adventures online with #30daysofbiking and have fun while supporting a good cause!
To make a pledge to 30 Days of Biking
It’s easy and no monitary costs to you at: http://30daysofbiking.com/pledge
The 30 Days of Biking Goal
Organizers want to get 10,000 people signed up this year. That would equate to $5,000 to benifit World Bicycle Relief.
Twin City kickoff ride to 30 Days of Biking
11 a.m.-2 p.m. April 2, at Gold Medal Park in Minneapolis. Details at: https://www.facebook.com/30daysofbiking (see more details soon.)
Merchandise for 30 Days of Biking
You can find T-shirts, Spoke-cards and more for 30-days-of-biking at: http://banjobrothers.com/products/current/30-days-of-biking/
Video of 30 Days of Biking
See a short video here https://vimeoom/6231457.c8 explaining the 30 Days of Biking.