The more you ride your bike to run errands, get to work, go to the park or just to get our of the house, the easier and more appealing it becomes to ride your bike just about anywhere. Of all the habits you can form, biking is probably the best one. It saves you money and fills the spaces between errands with joy.
30 Days of Biking is a brilliant and simple project based out of Minnesota to help people get into the habit of riding their bike. Basically, you just take the pledge, then challenge yourself to ride your bike every single day in the month of April. If you need motivation to get out one day, you can remember that there are thousands of people across the country taking the pledge with you. People will be talking about their progress on social media using #30DaysofBiking.
What “counts” as a bike ride? That’s up to you. There are no hard rules about it. Some people set minimum distance goals, while others (myself included) count a quick ride around the block at 11:59 p.m. The point is that your bike tires have hit the street at least once every day for 30 days straight. If you make it, biking will become a hard habit to break.
Are you making the pledge this month? Let us know in the comments below!