Warming Up

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    Apr 11, 2015 3:38 PM GMT
    We are getting closer to the kick off of this nationwide bike challenge. Encourage your friends, relatives, coworkers, classmates, companies, and businesses to join this nationwide challenge. Thousands of riders from companies, businesses, schools, colleges, and universities across the country have already joined and are warming up. This is not just for hardcore cyclists, but for everyone of every age who lives, works, or goes to school here in America. The goal is to unite 75,000 riders to ride 35 million miles from May 1-September 30 when days are long. There is no cost to join and prizes will be given away every month during the challenge in various levels of achievement, including grand prize drawings for bikes and trips at the end of the challenge. More than 60% of all trips in the US are less than 5 miles and are easily traveled by bike. Bike commuting has grown 60% in the last 10 years.

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    Apr 11, 2015 4:14 PM GMT
    Here's the link to the website to join and daily watch the leaderboards as riders track their miles on bikes: https://nationalbikechallenge.org/

    This is the new golf haha that is challenging companies, businesses, schools, colleges, and universities across America. Last year it was a huge success with Wisconsin and our own Fox Cities winning the 1st place award overall. There is getting to be more traffic around here on bikes then cars and that is a good thing. I can breath some clean air again.

    The shirtless guys are also coming out of the closet by the hundreds as they shed their shirts in temps that are really warming up here. lol I love spring with all the hot guys coming out and showing off their beach bodies that they worked hard all winter for. I'm going to take in a little vitamin D myself today with some shirtless fishing and sunbathing on the famous Wolf River here in Wisconsin with millions of walleyes on their annual spring migration up the famous Wolf River from Lake Winnebago and Lake Poygan for reproduction in the river beds and marshes.