So this is the event the prompted to get this blog started. 30 Days of Biking is a simple event, apparently based in Minneapolis but recruiting participants world-wide. The goal is to ride every day in April and share experiences online. Here’s the official description:
Ride! Every day for 30 days!
Another month of life-changing bicycling is en route!
The third round of 30 Days of Biking begins on April 1, 2011, and it poses a simple challenge: Ride your bike every day in April—whether 20 miles, to the store, or around the block. You choose where and for how long. Straddle and pedal.
…Then, share your adventures online, through Twitter, Facebook, Flickr, Tumblr, Daily Mile, or whatever else you can find. 30 Days of Biking is all about cyclists meeting and connecting over a shared love, and group rides will meet up throughout the month.
Make the pledge, beginning on March 1, at http://30daysofbiking.com/bike/register.
I registered a few weeks ago, so now I just have to get my bike out starting tomorrow. It will be challenging as rain & snow are predicted. I’d much prefer snow to rain because the temperatures are too warm for the snow to stick, but the rain is guaranteed to make me wet & miserable.