Log your miles in 2015 and watch the miles add up, whether 100 miles on a century, 30 miles on a club ride, 10 miles on a trail, or 1 mile to the store. Some people pencil their miles into a paper log, some enter them into a computer spreadsheet, and others track their miles at a website such as mycyclinglog.com.
The National Bike Challenge encourages cyclists to ride more. Cyclists earn a point for each mile and 20 points for each day they ride. You can manually enter your ride data into Endomondo, download it from a Garmin, or have it automatically entered during your ride with the Endomondo app for iPhones and Android smartphones.
Join the 2015 OHBIKE Challenge at http://www.endomondo.com/challenges/20009953 and let’s see how many miles club members can log during 2015.