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Vermont & Wisconsin Battle for Biking Bragging Rights


Since May 1, Burlington cyclists have pedaled almost 200,000 miles, putting them at the top of the National Bike Challenge. Vermont is also ranking #1 in the state rankings.

Wisconsin won’t go down without a fight, though. The Cheesehead state is sitting pretty with five of the top 10 cycling communities in this year’s challenge. The states and their bicycle-loving communities will duke it out until August 31.

Keep up with the latest action and rankings over on the National Bike Challenge website. The Leaderboard includes rankings of individual riders, teams, workplaces, communities, and states!

Sources: Endomondo and League of American Bicyclists
Image Credit: Burlington bicyclists via the League of American Bicyclists

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