National Bike Challenge finish line is near

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National Bike Challenge finish line is near

The National Bike Challenge is a nationwide event uniting thousands of current bicyclists — and encouraging countless new riders. In its simplest form it is a logging center for users to record miles ridden and be part of the national community of bicyclists. Users compete on a local, state and national level. 

Prizes are offered at all levels. At the local level, two lunches-for-two at Fiddler’s Hearth will be awarded at the end of the competition on September 30: one lunch-for-two will be awarded at random to one of the top-10 female riders, and one for one of the top-10 male riders. Only 4 weeks of competition remain, but if it were ending today, the following people would be entered into the drawings for the lunch.

Women:

Bonnie Yoder Granger
Sarah Lukens South Bend
Linda McFarland South Bend
Katie  Michalczyk Goshen
Judy Lee Walkerton
Caitlin Day South Bend
Priscilla Beaver Osceola
Elma Chapman Middlebury
Nicole Kroeger Mishawaka
April Boughton South Bend

Men:

John Boughton South Bend
Chris Vandenbossche South Bend
Michael McFarland South Bend
James Rutkowski North Liberty
Donald Renfro South Bend
Chuck Michels South Bend
Michael Bramlett South Bend
Paul Ewing South Bend
John Swartzendruber Elkhart
Jamie Smith South Bend

 

With the end so near, riders are reminded to keep those cranks a crankin’.

 

By | 2014-09-04T16:10:14+00:00 September 4th, 2014|Categories: Events|Tags: , |Comments Off on National Bike Challenge finish line is near