Thursday, May 24, 2012

Update 5/24: Vermont still leading the National Bike Challenge

From Local Motion

One week into the first ever National Bike Challenge, Vermont is running away with first place!
This nationwide challenge aims to get more people biking more often.  A slick on-line reporting system helps tens of thousands of cyclists around the country keep tabs on their riding this season.
The problem is that 820 Vermonters have registered for the challenge — far more per capita that most other states in the union…and since we love to bike…we’re running away with the competition.  Vermont has 64 points and Wisconsin (where the challenge was born) is in a distant second with 37 points.  Mississippi is in last place with just 0.32 points.  So, come on states, step up and give us a run for our money!
Not registered for the challenge yet?  Register here!

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