Team #LovingtheBike does #30daysofbiking Winners


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Last week we wrapped up another fantastic month of riding our bikes every single day as part of the #30daysofbiking event.  This is the third year that we’ve kicked things up a bit over here at Loving the Bike, and added an extra dimension with our points system.

There was a lot of great riding that took place and I loved seeing all the pictures posted on our Facebook Page.  Now it’s time to award some prizes and thank our great sponsors.

Not everyone on Team #LovingtheBike submitted their point totals to us, so we’ve based things on those who gave them to us.  Congratulations to all of you who took part in #30daysofbiking.

Top Point Getter – Julie Starling

Julie receives a fantastic prize pack from Clif Bar, as well as one of The Sufferfest training videos.

Runner Up Point Getter – Mark Beaconsfield

Mark receives a video from The Sufferfest.

Most Points by Team #LovingtheBike rookie – Ryan Werenka

#LovingtheBike does #30daysofbikingRyan receives a training video from The Sufferfest.

A huge thank you goes out to Clif Bar and The Sufferfest for their support and for providing the great prizes.

We’ll be back to do this again next April.


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