Tell Your Story

For those that have completed their ride or run you need to now add your stories and pictures to the blog to fully complete the challenge. The instructions below will help you with this task

Before you begin you need to first reformat your pictures so that the file size is not too big. This is because we are using the free wordpress blog site and there is a data restriction for uploads:

  1. Change the format to a .jpg for all pictures
  2. Change the resolution to 150 dpi or web format
  3. Change all pictures to a medium sized
  4. If you have questions  about picture re-formatting send us an email

Now that you have your pictures ready to upload send us an email and we’ll get you set up to as an author to the blog,  shortly after that you will receive an email that allows you to setup your username and password. Once you have completed the instructions for the setup you can now start to write your story. This page explains how to write a post if you are not sure how to do this. If you run into problem send me an email.

Your story should be a minimum of 200.  Include as many pictures as you need to tell your story but keep it reasonable please.


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Lonely Stage Challenge Rules

Here’s how it works:

  1. Ride alone (original rule) – NO EXCEPTIONS – okay one exception, you can ride with someone you are isolated with, but no drafting. Updated rule – You can “ride” with one other but must keep the 2 meter physical distance when riding side by side, and 4 meters inline.
  2. There are 4 stages, you need to complete all 4 stages, unless you don’t want to (you can be like one of those specialist riders in the tour de france riders)
  3. You only get 1 attempt at each stage
  4. Start May 8 and finish by June 19
  5. Record your time for each stage, combine all 4 stage times for your overall time.
  6. Use whatever you want to record your time.
  7. Solo rides prefered (except with iso-friends), try not announce your ride days and start times.
  8. If you encounter another “competitor” on the course drop them, or get dropped
  9. Don’t cheat or bend the rules, if you do you’re a dick, don’t be a dick.

See the above post for more info.

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