Join Our Team “I Bike Decatur” for the National Bike Challenge

ribbon-blueLet’s go Decatur- if you ride your bike at all, then join the team I Bike Decatur for the National Bike Challenge. You get points for riding so even if your ride is only a mile or so, it counts!


Click here and then search for our team and join. You can log your miles in a variety of ways: Moves, Map My Ride or Endomondo.

Check out the video here that takes you step by step through the registration process and gives you the options of the apps you can use.

Be sure to check our biking page ( to find biking opportunities in Decatur.






Join the National Bike Challenge and Be on Decatur’s Team

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The new-and-improved National Bike Challenge platform is live — and the event kicks off THIS Wednesday, May 1! If you haven’t already registered, create a profile, join our team I Bike Decatur, and get riding! The fun and free program runs from May 1 to September 30, and the League of American Bicyclists is aiming to unite 50,000 riders to pedal 30 million miles. Start your National Bike Month off right, and join us in an attempt to make every mile count!

Let’s connect all the riders in Decatur!

Check our for National Bike Month activities in Decatur.

Most People Like to Track Their Workouts

Most people like to know how far they have walked, biked or run. A couple of us at Decatur Active Living have been using the Endomondo app to track our walks, bike rides and even yoga. You may want to check it out. You can enter your workouts on their website and/or track with a phone app. For a bike ride, you just turn the app on and it will let you know how far you rode, save your route, estimate the calories burned and more. Same for runs or walks. For other activities like yoga, weight training and indoor cycling, you simply go to the website to enter. Great way to keep track of your workouts. Check it out here.

If you are a cyclist, you may want to consider joining the National Bike Challenge and join the Georgia Bikes team. Whether you are commuter who does short rides or a long distance rider, all your miles count. It’s free, and who knows, you may even win a prize!