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National Bike Challenge
August 30, 2013by Liz MurphyRob Erbeau has been riding bikes for most of his life. But the power of the bicycle became clear in the early 2000s when he was diagnosed with Hepatitis C. Anders, one of our top National Bike Challenge riders, now sees bicycling as his means to living a healthy life -- "it sets me free," he says. We caught up with Anders about his Challenge story.
August 23, 2013by Liz MurphyCara McKaskle has a special National Bike Challenge story. Not only has propelled herself to the top of the Conway, Ark., Commuter Challenge, she's seen the power and generosity of the bicycling community firsthand. We caught up with Cara to hear more about her NBC experience.
August 16, 2013by Liz MurphyThis guest post comes from Laurie Rescheske, a National Bike Challenge 2013 participant and mom to Brian. Brian is my 19-year-old son, and he has Down Syndrome. Over the years, we have tried many times to teach him how to ride a bicycle, but he could never quite get the hang of it.