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.
|Sarah Lukens||South Bend|
|Linda McFarland||South Bend|
|Caitlin Day||South Bend|
|April Boughton||South Bend|
|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|
|Jamie Smith||South Bend|
With the end so near, riders are reminded to keep those cranks a crankin’.