Any bike advocacy organization can sign up to host an Advocacy Challenge and select the counties they want to include in their Challenge. There are a limited number of advocacy challenge hosts permitted per county. The League of American Bicyclists reviews and approves Advocacy Challenge territories on a first come first serve basis.
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- What is the leaderboard?
- What is a league?
- How do I know if I am on a team, workplace, or school?
- How do I participate with my bike club?
- How does the Challenge identify my advocacy challenge host?
- What qualifies as a business?
- How does the Challenge identify my “community” for the leaderboard?
- What is the difference between a private team/workplace/school and a public team/workplace/school?
- How many different groups can I compete in for the challenge?
- What is a worksite?