So far in 2017, we’ve been having a lot of fun with this app called Ride Report. Here’s their pretty logo:
People have often asked us for an easy way to track miles during 30DOB. We’re digging this iPhone/Android app because of how fun and casual it is.
You don’t even have to push a button to start tracking your miles — it automatically starts tracking for you. PLUS, it prompts you each day with clever motivational messages and directives and awards you trophies based on your achievements.
Because it’s ALMOST April, and we’re only just telling you about this app now — EEK! — we’re thinking of 2017 as our test run with Ride Report. Give it a try, let us know what you think, and let’s have fun biking together! …
NOW HEAR THIS: When you attend every single one of our Joyful Riders Club meetups in Minneapolis this April, you’ll receive a LIMITED-EDITION Joyful Riders cap from Surly Brewing (design to be revealed soon, but see the photo below for an example of the caps we’re talking about) AND you’ll be entered to win a gorgeous Surly Cross-Check donated by Surly Bikes.
We’ll hand out Joyful Riders Club punch cards at the ride on April 6th, and they’ll look like this:
What’s the Joyful Riders Club? In 2016, it sprang out of 30 Days of Biking as a monthly ride, outside of April. We gather every second Thursday at Surly Brewing, go for a relaxed-pace social ride together, then enjoy beers together at the brewery. …
by Greg Loper, joyful rider extraordinaire
Yeah, I know, this whole site is dedicated to getting you on your bike and riding every day in April. But, let’s be honest, this challenge isn’t for everyone. There are lots of reasons why people are not going to take part in 30 Days of Biking. Before you jump in and commit to this challenge, here are 10 reasons you may want to NOT take part in 30 Days of Biking.