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Celebrate Local Biking at the Shasta Bike Challenge Celebration Party June 7

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The Shasta Bike Challenge, presented by Healthy Shasta, is now over! The final results including the winning teams will be announced Friday, June 7th at the Shasta Bike Challenge Celebration at Chain Gang Bike Shop starting at 4:30 p.m. This social event will celebrate the teams and individuals who participated in our local bike challenge where prizes will be randomly drawn and handed out to those who logged trips.

Healthy Shasta will also honor the organizations, volunteers, and sponsors who made everything possible. The celebration will include music, food trucks, drinks, free corn hole tournament, Chain Gang rocks, lighted bike ride through downtown, and more!

The Bicycle Friendly Business Award will also be presented in conjunction with the Redding Chamber of Commerce. All attendees will be entered into a huge door prize giveaway valued at over $500. Everyone is welcome to join in this free celebration.

What is the Shasta Bike Challenge?

The Shasta Bike Challenge is a collaborative effort of the bicycling community to engage new, old, and current cyclist to ride as much as they can whether it is for transportation or just for fun! Participants can register as an individual or join a team on our tracking platform, Love to Ride. The challenge is free and all level of riders are welcomed!

This year’s 2019 Challenge is from May 1st to 31st. All participants are entered into a free drawing for great prizes each day they ride their bicycle to work, school, or wherever they may want to go (up to 31 entries)!

Our local  Shasta Bike Challenge is tracked on the Love to Ride platform, a partner in conjunction with the National Bike Challenge. The tracking platform allows participants to easily log and track trips with current leader board rankings based on mileage and points.

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