Ride Spot Posts Challenge for Juneteenth
PeopleForBikes just posted a challenge to raise money for organizations supporting black cyclists. Their Juneteenth Challenge asks riders to ride at least 19 miles between June 13-19, logging it on the RideSpot app, and they’ll donate $2000 each to Black Girls Do Bike, Ride For Black Lives, and Radical Adventure Riders (RAR) if at least 500 people join in and complete the challenge. Seems like a pretty easy and fun way to offer support, especially on an e-bike, right? Sign up for/sign in to the Ride Spot app, sign up for the challenge, and go have some fun on two wheels!
If you complete the Challenge, you’ll also receive a limited edition Juneteenth patch.
Juneteenth is a celebration of the emancipation of enslaved Black Americans in 1865. First recognized as a federal holiday in 2021, the date is typically commemorated by celebration and reflection, often centered around freedom and community. You can learn more about Juneteenth at www.juneteenth.com
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