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Join the Bike More Challenge this May!

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_DSC0050Ready for a friendly competition? The Bike More Challenge is a fun way to motivate yourself to ride your bike more often and to encourage other members of the PCC community to do so, too.

During the month of May, you can earn points every time you ride your bike and every time you recruit someone else to take part in the challenge. Compete against friends, family and colleagues to see who get the most points. Take the competition to the next level by having your department challenge another department, set up a challenge between students and faculty, or take part in a competition to see which PCC campus can log the most trips. In addition to getting exercise and having fun, you can win prizes and earn great discounts to local businesses.
Join the PCC team!

To participate, visit the Bike More Challenge website at bikemorechallenge.com/. Make sure you join the Portland Community College team as well as your campus team. Add your department or group and get challenging!

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x by Rudy Jeffery 1 year ago

I do the bike more challenge every year and always create a PCC group. Is ther someone who creates a group for PCC? I have signed onto web site and created an account three years ago.

x by stephania.fregosi 11 months ago

Yes, check in with active transportation.

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