Ann Arbor Velo Club launches new Not Everesting cycle challenge
ANN ARBOR, Mich. The Ann Arbor Velo Club has launched a new Not Everesting cycling challenge for its members. Until June 15, AAVC members can submit an activity report of themselves Everesting -- a challenge in which cyclists ride up a hill for 60 minutes without stopping. The goal of the AAVCs challenge is to gain as much elevation as possible in a single ride. Participants who enter an activity report through Strava are entered into a raffle for 12 Walz caps. Non-members in the Ann Arbor community are encouraged to participate in the challenge but must be AAVC members to be eligible for the prizesOver the course of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Ann Arbor Velo Club has created different challenges for its members to participate in; however, non-members can still participate in the challenges and showoff their results.
Ann Arbor Velo Club uses bike bingo to motivate members, support small business sponsors
The Ann Arbor Velo Club has created AAVC Bingo to keep its members motivated and moving during the COVID-19 pandemic. The bingo game is simple: Download an AAVC Bingo card and do five consecutive activities. Activities range from making bike ride Strava art to ordering food from an Ann Arbor Velo Club sponsor. AAVC Bingo is the Ann Arbor Velo Clubs second challenge during the pandemic. Corle said that the cycling club is likely to have more events in the future, including different ride challenges.