It all ends at 11:59 p.m. on March 15. Don’t let the 2016 Errandonnee pass you by; get on your bike – or your two feet – and ride or run your way to the finish line.
Here is the mathematical breakdown:
30 miles run (also known as Errundonnee), cycled, OR a combination of the two. This year you can even walk instead of run!
You can do it!
And I haven’t even mentioned the Errandonnee bloggers I know. Here are a few:
- Bike Like Crazy
- A Few Spokes Shy of a Wheel
- Adventures With Nancy
- Recycled and Recounted
- bike love jones
- Martin likes to ride his bike (and other musings)
- The View from the Crosswalk (where both an Errandonnee and Errundonnee are currently in progress)
- Lindsey Bikes!
- Town Mouse
I’m sure I’ve missed someone so let me know in the comments or send me a note.
Errandonnee participants are a creative group, and find all sorts of ways to make the broadly scoped categories work for them. It’s quite impressive to see all that a person can make fit into the “Personal Care” category, for example.
If you complete the challenge, you are eligible for a small slice of Errandonnee glory: an embroidered patch. This year, bike and run versions available!
A completed Errandonnee, $5 (or $6 if you are outside the U.S.) for the fully embroidered patch, and a lifetime of memories – of your errands. How can you resist?
5 days, 12 errands, 30 total miles. Let’s go!