The Coffeeneuring Challenge reaches the end of Week 2 and, like that, Week 3 begins tomorrow. What are your plans?
The Facebook Coffeeneurs group is going gangbusters, and Twitter and Instagram light up on the weekends.
The “Coffeeneuring” group on flickr welcomes your photos, too. Images in this group range from:
- Pedaling to coffee;
- Picking up beans;
- Bikes at the roaster’s;
- The Ultimate Coffeeneur (if you don’t believe me, read this post and see this photo set);
- Coffee shops without walls; and
- Irresistible treats.
Some people have said coffeeneuring is now a movement, but it’s really always been there. I just gave it paperwork, a name, and a prize. Thanks to everybody who’s helped make the Coffeeneuring Challenge the robust event it has become.
I created a Coffeeneuring 2014 Blogroll page that I hope to roll it into something that includes blog write-ups from the coffeeneurs of yesteryear. Check it out, and if you are blogging, please make sure I’ve included you on this list.
Thanks to those who are including information about the bike-friendliness of locations visited. This is excellent field research for the coffeeneuring community.
As I wrote yesterday, functional fitness embodies the type of activity I favor, and coffeeneuring is one piece of that. I favor the pastries, too, though they probably do not fit under this fitness (or any fitness) label. Oh well.
Have a great weekend everybody, and please feel free to share any Coffeeneuring Challenge news you have via a comment here or through your preferred social media outlet (or even an email or letter, if you like)!
¡Que viva coffeeneuring!