New Website for 2014 Challenge
More than 34,000 riders can’t be wrong: The 2013 National Bike Challenge succeeded in uniting Americans to pedal 18 million miles. But we listened to your feedback and we’re working behind the scenes to make the 2014 Challenge even more engaging, dynamic and user-friendly.
Today, the League, in partnership with Scott Naturals, is excited to announce that we’ve launched a first look at our new and improved website. While we work through the finishing touches, you can sign up on our splash page to be the first to know when the full site is live — and then build your teams and start logging miles!
We’re aiming high for the 2014 Challenge: 50,000 riders pedaling 30 million miles.
And we’re looking to make it easier than ever to log those miles and encourage other riders. The new National Bike Challenge site will allow users to choose from three different mobile applications, in addition to manually logging on a computer. Users can pick from Moves, Map My Ride or Endomondo, allowing users to seamlessly synch their trips throughout the Challenge.
But that’s just the start. We’re building on the Challenge’s strengths and improving the areas where we know there is room to grow. Stay tuned in the coming weeks and months as we continue to work on making the 2014 Challenge the best yet!
For now, go sign up to receive updates as we move closer to the launch of the full site, and encourage your friends, teammates, coworkers and others to do the same!